We are a research group studying plant ecophysiology and the ways plant adapt to global change through process based vegetation models. We combine ecological biogeochemical knowledge to create better predictions of the Earth’s future.
We are part of the Discipline of Botany in the School of Natural Sciences at Trinity College Dublin. We are a vibrant and international team and take pride in inclusivity and diversity.
17. Nov 2023
New paper out in Science Advances: more realistic models predict higher CO2 uptake by terrestrial ecosystems.
1. Nov 2023
Silvia presents group work at the School of Geosciences, University of Edinburgh.
31. Oct 2023
Silvia visits BiFoR FACE site
10. Oct 2023
Gabriela attends the ATTO conference and summer school and the AmazonFACE meeting
7. Sep 2023
Gabriela presents her work on modelling leaf nutrient resorption at the European Conference on Ecological Modelling in Leipzig, Germany.
6. Sep 2023
Final paper out in Biogeosciences on ways forward to using ecosystem experiments with process-based models.
4. Aug 2023
New pre-print on plant-mycorrhizae interaction under elevated CO2 out in Biogeosciences Discussions.
26. Jun 2023
The first QUINCY annual meeting takes place in Potsdam, Germany. A week of discussing modelling plans and seeing old and new friends!
6. Jun 2023
Silvia presents QUINCY work at FORECOMON 2023