Conferences,workshops & teaching

Selected contributions to workshops and conferences

Goll, DS: Coupled cycles of carbon, nitrogen and phosphorus, University Stockholm, ACES Seminar, Jan 24, 2019. invited talk.

Goll, DS: . The global phosphorus cycle in the ORCHIDEE land surface model,  Workshop: Inter-sectorial Impacts of Climate Change on Vegetation, Universite Paris-Saclay, Paris, France. Jan 22, 2019. invited talk.

Goll, DS et al: Enhanced weathering for carbon dioxide removal in phosphorus poor systems, AGU all Meeting, December 14, 2018. poster.

Goll, DS: Interactions between water and phosphorus availabilities dampen drought effects on tropical ecosystem productivity,  SOFIE meeting, Nov 27, 2018. invited talk.

Goll, DS: Coupled cycles of carbon, nitrogen and phosphorus, University Augsburg, seminar, Oct 31, 2018. invited talk.

Goll, DS.: Modelling nutrient cycles in a land surface model framework, ETH – Plant nutrition seminar, May 31, 2018. invited talk.

Goll DS, et al. ORCHIDEE-CNP: Site-Scale Evaluation against Observations from a Soil Formation Chronosequence in Hawaii. AGU Fall Meeting, December 15, 2017. talk.

Goll DS. Nitrogen and Phosphorus introductions in Earth System Models: which challenges are we facing  Seminaire CNPK.  UMR Eco&Sols, Montpellier, France. December 15, 2016. invited talk.

Goll DS et al. First application of the phosphorus-enabled version of ORCHIDEE: can we reproduce the deteriorating tree mineral nutrition in Europe? Organic Phosphorus workshop. September 5-9, 2016. talk.

Goll DS. Major challenges in modeling the phosphorus cycle. Nutrient limitation on land: how accurate are our global land models? Yangling, Shaanxi, China, June 15-17 . invited talk.

Goll DS. The phosphorus cycle in ORCHIDEE.  Phosphorus Cycling in Terrestrial Ecosystems: Advancing our fundamental understanding through a model-data connection. Townsend, TN, USA, May 23-25, 2016. invited talk.

Goll DS. Allocation as a function of age versus environment. Improving plant C allocation patterns in vegetation models us C allocation patterns in vegetation models using experimental data. April 26-27, 2016. invited talk. 

Goll DS, Hartmann J, Moosdorf N, and Brovkin V. Changes in phosphorus release and CO2 consumption by chemical weathering since 1850. AGU Fall Meeting, San Francisco, USA. December 9-13. 2013. talk.

Goll DS, Brovkin V, Kattge J, and Zaehle S. Temperature acclimation of photosynthesis has minor effects on GPP in an Earth System Model. 3ICESM, Hamburg, Germany. September 17–21, 2012. poster.

Goll DS, Brovkin V, Parida B,Reick C,Kattge J, Reich P, van Bodegom P, and Niinemets U. CO2-induced nutrient limitation reduces land carbon uptake in a model of combined carbon, nitrogen, and phosphorus cycling. Biogeomon 2012, Northport, USA. July 15–20, 2012. talk.

Goll DS, Brovkin V, Parida B, Reick C and Kattge J. CO2-induced nutrient limitation reduces land carbon uptake in JSBACH-CNP simulations. 27th New Phytologist Symposium, Biosphere 2, USA, July 25-28, 2011. poster.

Goll DS, Brovkin V, Parida B, Reick C and Kattge J. How C:N:P ratios can be used to improve C cycle projections. TRY workshop 2011, Paris, March 25-27, 2011. Invited talk.

Teaching

Goll DS. Phosphorus limitation on land carbon uptake. SOFIE  summer school 2016, October 26th, 2016. Beijing, China. invited lecture.

Goll DS. Phosphorus cycle: a world beyond carbohydrates. ICOS-NEON greenhouse gas data training workshop. Observatoire de Haute-Provence, France. June 11, 2015. invited lecture.

Goll DS. Strong dependence of CO2 emissions from anthropogenic land cover change on soil carbon parametrization and initial land cover. SOFIE Summer school 2015,September 21-25, 2015. Shenzhen, China. invited lecture.

Goll DS. Does phosphorus availability affect land carbon uptake ? SOFIE Summer school 2015, September 21-25, 2015. Shenzhen, China. invited lecture.

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