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Functionnal Ecology Conference

Program

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10.12.2018   Day 1

12:00 - Opening of the welcome desk

13:15 - Opening remarks by Laurent Saint-André,
Chairman of the Functional Ecology Conference 2018

13.30

PORTRAIT - Michael SCHERER LORENZEN
Session 1 - Species interactions and ecosystem functions

Invited speaker: Michael SCHERER-LORENZEN

14:10

Séverin HATT. Flower functional traits affecting natural enemy abundance in wildflower strips

14:35

Jérémie GOULNIK. Linking functional diversity of floral traits with land-use intensification in grasslands to study pollination function in european grasslands

15:00

Marine FERNANDEZ. Belowground interaction between plants does include exchange of nutrients

15:25

Alexandre FRULEUX. Is overyielding in a mixed temperate forest stand explained by belowground processes?

15:50: Coffee Break

16:10

PORTRAIT - Beryl MORRIS

Session 2 - Continental infrastructures for ecosystems

Invited speaker: Beryl MORRIS

The added value and successes of the Australian Terrestrial Ecosystem Research Network (TERN)

16:50

Michèle TIXIER BOICHARD. The European Infrastructure AnaEE, an up-date

17:15

Jürgen KREYLING. Methodologies to work across gradient

17:40

Albert GARGALLO-GARRIGA. Analytical measurements/platforms as main components of projects: metabolomics for ecosystem science.

11.12.2018   Day 2

Session 1 continued - Species interactions and ecosystem functions

08:45

Xavier MORIN. Disentangling the effects of interspecific complementarity and tree packing in diversity-productivity relationships - Insights from a modelling approach

09:10

Sakina-Dorothée AYATA. From plankton functional traits to marine ecosystem functions: Assessing functional diversity of plankton communities from high throughput -omics data and its impact on oceanic biogeochemical cycles

09:35

Soline MARTIN-BLANGY. Mechanisms leading to tree species diversity effects: a test on water and light acquisition along a latitudinal gradient in Southern France

10:00 - Coffee Break and Poster session for Session 1,2 and 6

10:50

PORTRAIT - Hervé JACTEL

Session 3 - Adaptation of ecosystems to climate

Invited speaker: Hervé JACTEL

11:30

Jordane GAVINET. Functional responses to drought in a Mediterranean evergreen oak forest over 15 years of rainfall manipulation and thinning experiment

11:55

Arun KANTI-BOSE. The potential role of transgenerational epigenetic effects for the acclimation of Pinus sylvestris to drought

12:20 - Lunch Time

13:30

Fabio GENNARETTI. Value of observed water-related variables in modelling forest ecosystem responses to drought

13:55

Anjy ANDRIANANTENAINA. Intra-annual dynamics of stand carbon fixation, tree growth and woody biomass production in a mature beech forest

14:20

Karel KLEM. Ultraviolet radiation modulates C:N stoichiometry and biomass allocation in Fagus sylvatica saplings cultivated under elevated CO2 concentration

14:45

PORTRAIT  - Jean-Louis MOREL

Session 4 - Soil functions along environmental and anthropisation gradients

Invited speaker: Jean-Louis MOREL

15:25

Jérémie BEL. Quantification of the sources of calcium magnesium and potassium in forest soils and their plant-availability by a multi-isotopic tracing and dilution approach

15:50 - Coffee Break and Poster session for Session 3 and 4

16:35

Alice KOHLI. Monitoring and modelling of carbon stocks in the upper horizon of cultivated constructed technosols

17:00

Quentin VINCENT. Biodiversity and functioning of derelict soils from former industrial sites

17:25

Sophie LEGUEDOIS. Using plant functional traits on ultramafic anthopised soils to determine successful reclamation strategy

17:50

Sophie BOULANGER-JOIMEL. Geochemical and biological soil quality for contrasted forest, agricultural, urban and industrial land uses in France

19:00 - Social Event

Hall Nanquette of AgroParisTech,
14 rue Girardet, 54 000 Nancy, FRANCE

12.12.2018   Day 3

08:45

PORTRAIT - Laurent PHILIPPOT

Session 5 - Microbial biodiversity and functional consequences

Invited speaker: Laurent PHILIPPOT

09:25

François MAILLARD. Organic matter removal impacts forest microbial community and tree physiology

09:50

Abdoul-Razak TIDJANI. Massive gene fluxes in bacterial population fuels adaptation to soil forest ecosystem

10:15 - Coffee Break and Poster session for session 5

11:00

Aurelie CEBRON DNA stable isotope probing revealed contrasted activity and phenanthrene degrading bacteria identity in a gradient of anthropized soils

11:25

PORTRAIT - Hans PRETZCH

Session 6 - Contribution of functional ecology to forest management

Invited speaker: Hans PRETZSCH

12:10 - Lunch Time

13:10

David VIDAL. Effects of a nitrogen fixing shrub introduced as a fertilizer for maritime pine forestry in the south-west of France.

13:35

Antoine VERNAY. Is a high internal N-pool an advantage for oak seedlings to struggle against tussock grass competition?

14:00

Sanjoy ROY. Biomass and mineralomass assessment in forest stands intensively managed for fuel wood

Open Session

14:25

Jean-François LE GALLIARD. When water meets temperature: ecological and evolutionary implications of thermo-hydroregulation

14:50

Vanesa MORENO. Functional pyrogeography: trait, diversity, and beta diversity

15:15

Gregory VAN DER HEIJDEN. Quantifying the uncertainty in modeled water drainage and nutrient leaching fluxes in forest ecosystems

15:40

Coffee Break

16:05

PORTRAIT - Arthur GESSLER

Functional Ecology and societal challenges

Adressed by our Guest lecturer: Arthur GESSLER

17:05 - Closing remarks and Awards

18:00 - End of the meeting