I am currently a postdoc in Anu Eskelinen’s lab, based at the German Centre for Integrative Biodiversity Research (iDiv). I study how interacting global changes—warming, nutrient deposition, and altered herbivore patterns—affect plant community composition. My work focuses on recruitment, germination, and seedling life stages as drivers of population and community responses to global change.

Testing light limitation as a driver of recruitment and diversity responses to nutrient deposition and grazing

Examining the joint roles of soil type and herbivory in community recovery from nutrient deposition

For more detailed information on Eskelinen lab projects: https://www.ufz.de/index.php?en=38880