I engage with the plasticity of plants in a changing environment, feedback cycles and their contribution to ecosystem functioning. I am especially interested in understanding the interaction between simultaneous drivers determining ecosystem processes and the temporal dependency mediated by plants. To do so, I have been using climate manipulation experiments with a close tie to land-use interaction.
Currently, I am working on a belowground perspective towards changes in snow cover and grazing in boreal ecosystems. My research aims at understanding spatial-temporal dynamics of roots and how it feeds back to biochemical pulse, depletion and retention capacity.