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Lysimeter stations

Lysimeter station Zurich

Here we built the largest lysimeter station in Europe at the time for Agroscope Reckenholz-Tänikon. A total of 72 lysimeters, each with a surface area of one square meter.

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Lysimeter station Homécourt

This large lysimeter station has been in France since 2006. We built the 24 weighable lysimeters for the GISFI research group, which is still conducting research here.

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Lysimeter station South Korea

In Jeonju, we set up the largest lysimeter station in Asia to date in 2014. A total of 54 large lysimeters were installed on the new Rural Development Administration site.

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RTG Lysimeter in Morocco

We have installed and successfully commissioned our ready-to-go lysimeters and weather stations at four agricultural sites in Morocco for the SuLaMo research project.

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Lysimeter station in Franconia

We have developed a special lysimeter station with various sensors and an underground water tank including a "wick system" for the LWG's "Blue-green taps" research project.

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DryLab Lysimeter Eberswalde

We have built a special lysimeter with an automatically closing roof for the Thünen Institute - to study the reaction of different tree species when the water supply is too low.

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Lysimeter station on Pianosa

Our Italian partner Ecosearch installed a new RTG lysimeter on the island of Pianosa in April 2022. Since then, precipitation has been measured there and samples taken for isotope analysis. 

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Wielenbach lysimeter facility

The Wielenbach lysimeter station has 8 high-resolution, weighable lysimeter stations with automatic leachate metering and its own climatic weather station. It has been operated by the Bavarian State Office for the Environment since 2002.

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Lysimeter in South Tyrol

In the climate chambers of the Terraxcube, the change in selected grape varieties was investigated over 4 weeks in view of the climatic changes predicted for the coming decades. The plants were positioned in lysimeters for this purpose.

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Ecotrons

iDiv Ecotron

Together with the German Center for Integrative Biodiversity Research, we have developed and manufactured 24 EcoUnits.

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EcoPODs Berkeley

We designed and manufactured these three mini-labs to create a new platform for artificial ecosystems.

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EcoLabs in Utrecht

We developed and installed 36 EcoLab flex for the NPEC in Utrecht in order to conduct comparative ecosystem research.

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EcoLabs for the ZALF

To enable experiments in undisturbed soils over long periods of time, a new ecotron facility was set up in the Paulinenaue. 

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Laboratory devices

Sedimat LfL

The Bavarian State Institute for Agriculture has been researching agricultural land in Bavaria for 35 years. The LfL uses the Sedimat to determine the grain size fractions of the mineral soil substance smaller than 0.063 mm.

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ku-pF-MP10 University of Potsdam

The Soil Laboratory of the University of Potsdam deals with the chemical and physical analysis of soil, water and plant materials and examines samples from different areas such as research projects from the Spreewald, the Lower Havel or Mongolia. 

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root lab Finland

The root lab Finland is unique in Europe as it can, among other things, accelerate the annual cycle of trees and herbaceous plants. The root lab Finland also has a comprehensive set of equipment developed for whole-tree research.

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Environmental simulation

TTree Uni Ulm

With its Talking Tree environmental education project, Ulm University aims to create a greater understanding of plants and appeal to all generations. At the heart of this project is the copper beech Berti.

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Forest canopy in the Kranzberg

With their “Kranzberg Forest Roof Project” (KROOF), researchers from the Helmholtz Center Munich and TUM answer the question of how beech and spruce can survive prolonged drought and what this means for the future.

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Roof greening HTI Röttenbach

HTI Röttenbach's green roof system offers HSWT students the opportunity to research the importance of greening the roofs of larger buildings in order to counteract the increasing heating of cities. 

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Peatland research in the Freisinger Moos

The “Peatland Science Center” at the HSWT in Weihenstephan aims to significantly improve the scientific basis for peatland development in southern Germany and internationally and thus make an important contribution to climate protection.

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