Bente Jessen Graae

Professor Institutt for biologi
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Høgskoleringen 5, Realfagbygget * DU2-127

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Bente Jessen Graae

I study plant performance, community dynamics and productivity, and carbon fluxes and stocks in vegetation - all in response to different environmental drivers. Most of my work has been carried out in Arctic-alpine ecosystems, temperate-boreal forests and tropical savanna and the research focuses on how plant and plant community dynamics are responding to changes in climate, land use history and grazing. I work mostly in the field but can also be seen in the lab or greenhouse when needed. I right now work within three networks:

the Horizon 2020 project AfricanBioServices where I lead the work package on drivers of change in biodiversity and ecosystem function in the Greater Serengeti-Mara Ecosystem (Tanzania and Kenya). See more here: http://africanbioservices.eu

the Fleur network studying the impact of climate change to forest herbs along a latitudinal gradient from France to Northern Sweden see http://www.fleur.ugent.be

the ECOSHRUB network studying the effect of shrub encroachment on community dynamics and ecosystem processes in alpine tundra see http://www.ntnu.edu/biology/ecoshrub

In my group you also find:

Post doc: Stuart Smith

Ph.D. students: Mia Vedel Sørensen and Kristin Odden Nystuen,

and I cosupervise the Ph.D. students Koen Kuipers and Anders Kolstad

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