|Practical Training in Biogeochemistry
P. U. Lehmann Grunder,
M. H. Schroth,
|First, the students learn how to analyze soil systems with physical, chemical and microbiological methods. Later, the students train their experimental skills by conducting kinetic experiments in the laboratory and by quantifying process rates under field conditions in a river.
|The students learn to apply physical, chemical and microbiological analysis tools in the laboratroy and the field. They use their theoretical knowledge to interpret their own data, and to critically assess and document them.
|Descriptions of the methodologies will be provided.