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Kellner, J. (2015-10-01). Modelling temperate grasslands under elevated CO2 with a coupled hydrological-plant growth model. Presented at 8th GGL Conference on Life Sciences, Gießen, Germany.
Kellner, J. (2016-09-21). Simulating the effect of elevated CO2 on plant growth of a temperate grassland using a coupled hydrological-plant growth model. Presented at 9th GGL Conference on Life Sciences, Gießen, Germany.
Keidel, L.; Lenhart, K.; Moser, G. & Müller, C. (2018): Depth-dependent response of soil aggregates and soil organic carbon content to long-term elevated CO2 in a temperate grassland soil. Soil Biology and Biochemistry 123, 145-154
DOI: http://dx.doi.org/https://doi.org/10.1016/j.soilbio.2018.05.005.

Seibert, R. (2016-09-20). Impacts of long-term atmospheric CO2 enrichment on the species dynamics and aboveground biomass production of a periodically wet grassland. Presented at 9th GGL Conference on Life Sciences, Gießen, Germany.
Seibert, R. (2015-10-01). Impacts of long-term atmospheric CO2 enrichment on the soil seed bank in a temperate grassland. Presented at 8th GGL Conference on Life Sciences, Gießen, Germany.
Müller, C. & Moser, G. (2018): Global Change Biology Introduction - FACEing the future conference. Global Change Biology 9, 3873-3874
DOI: http://dx.doi.org/doi:10.1111/gcb.14385.

Seibert, R. (2017-03-28). Impacts of 19 years long atmospheric CO2 enrichment on aboveground biomass production and population dynamics of a periodically wet grassland. Presented at 2nd Agriculture and Climate Change Conference - Climate ready resource use-efficient crops to sustai, Sitges, Spain.
Seibert, R.; Grünhage, L.; Müller, C.; Otte, A. & Donath, T.W. (2018): Raised atmospheric CO2 levels affect soil seed bank composition of temperate grasslands. Journal of Vegetation Science 30, 86-97
DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.1111/jvs.12699.

Seibert, R. (2014-09-18). Population dynamics, phenology and yield of grassland. Presented at 7th GGL Conference on Life Sciences, Gießen.
Kellner, J. (2014-09-18). Development of a coupled hydrological-plant growth model for grasslands under elevated CO2. Presented at 7th GGL Conference on Life Sciences, Gießen, Germany.
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