Christine Fischer

Post doctoral researcher
Christine Fischer Image: Rudolf Karl Wernicke Fotografie

 

Office

Helmholtz Centre for Environmental Research GmbH - UFZ
Department of Conservation Biology
Permoserstr. 15
04318 Leipzig / Germany

christine.fischer@ufz.de
+49 - 341 - 235 - 1645

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Joint affiliation with the
Friedrich Schiller University Jena
Institute of Geosciences
Burgweg 11
07749 Jena / Germany

christine.fischer@uni-jena.de

Research interest

  • Statistic analysis (linear mixed effect models; path analysis)
  • Plant soil interactions
  • Biodiversity

Selected publications

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Podschun, S. A., J. Thiele, A. Dehnhardt, D. Mehl, T. G. Hoffmann, C. Albert, C. von Haaren, K. Deutschmann, C. Fischer, M. Scholz, G. Costea, M. Pusch. 2018. Das Konzept der Ökosystemleistungen - eine Chance für integratives Gewässermanagement. Hydrologie & Wasserbewirtschaftung 62(6):453-468. doi:10.5675/HyWa_2018,6_7.

Fischer, C., S. Leimer, C. Roscher, J. Ravenek, H. Kroon, Y. Kreutziger, J. Baade, H. Beßler, N. Eisenhauer, A. Weigelt, L. Mommer, M. Lange, G. Gleixner, W. Wilcke, B. Schröder, A. Hildebrandt. 2018. Plant species richness and functional groups have different effects on soil water content in a decade‐long grassland experiment. J Ecol. Manuscript. doi:10.1111/1365-2745.13046.

Chen, H., N. J. Oram, K. E. Barry, L. Mommer, J. van Ruijven, H. de Kroon, A. Ebeling, N. Eisenhauer, C. Fischer, G. Gleixner, A. Gessler, O. Gonzalez Mace, N. Hacker, A. Hildebrandt, M. Lange, M. Scherer-Lorenzen, S. Scheu, Y. Oelmann, C. Wagg, W. Wilcke, C. Wirth, A. Weigelt. 2017. Root chemistry and soil fauna, but not soil abiotic conditions explain the effects of plant diversity on root decomposition. Oecologia 185:499-511. doi:10.1007/s00442-017-3962-9.

Wright, A., H. de Kroon, E. J. W. Visser, T. Buchmann, A. Ebeling, N. Eisenhauer, C. Fischer, A. Hildebrandt, J. Ravenek, C. Roscher, A. Weigelt, W. Weisser, L. A. C. J. Voesenek, L. Mommer. 2016. Plants are less negatively affected by flooding when growing in species-rich plant communities. New Phytologist 213:645–656. doi:10.1111/nph.14185.

Fischer C., J. Tischer, C. Roscher, N. Eisenhauer, J. Ravenek, G. Gleixner, S. Attinger, B. Jensen, H. de Kroon, L. Mommer, S. Scheu, A. Hildebrandt. 2014. Plant species diversity affects infiltration capacity in an experimental grassland through changes in soil properties. Plant and Soil:1-16. doi: 10.1007/s11104-014-2373-5.

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