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"I am fascinated by how plants (above and belowground) mediate ecosystem carbon cycle responses to climate change."
“Glaciers are fascinating, beautiful, cold and silent natural phenomena, yet loud and clear indicators of the ongoing climate change.”
"I am researching the limits to climate change adaptation in mountain regions, and what happens when those limits are reached."
“As quantitative geographer, my passion focuses on understanding human’s perception of wellbeing in a landscape of diverse languages.”
“I analyze how emotions are entangled with individual conceptions of nature and how they influence social and political negotiations surrounding nature conservation projects."
"Remote sensing linked with field observations offers me unique datasets to study the changing cryosphere across scales."
"I study how biodiversity and evolution can help plant communities to persist under environmental change."
"I am fascinated and motivated by team work: mastering challenges, growing beyond yourself and having fun."
"I aim to contribute to an improved understanding of basic interactions between spatial accessibility, spatial mobility, and mobility impairments applying digital tools and methods."
"I want to know how we can assess and monitor forest biodiversity using satellites."
"I research the role of politics, power, and political economy in the triple global crises of biodiversity loss, climate change, and social inequality."
"I use satellite data to observe and monitor Earth processes for a more sustainable world."