Scottish Alliance for Geoscience, Environment and Society

Ludwig Baldaszti

Research interests:

My driving motivation is to expand our understanding of biodiversity patterns in order to accelerate global conservation efforts in the face of climate change. To date, my research has centred around connecting species ecologies with distribution patterns through spatial analysis and statistical modelling. I have a particular interest in tropical ecosystems.

Career history:

since 2022 PhD in Atmospheric and Environmental Science, University of Edinburgh and Royal Botanic Gardens Edinburgh Project
2021 – 2022 Fee-based researcher, Royal Botanic Garden Edinburgh (RBGE), Edinburgh, UK
2020 -2021 MSc in Biodiversity and Taxonomy of Plants, University of Edinburgh and Royal Botanic Gardens Edinburgh
2018 – 2019 Research Assistant, Division Terrestrial Ecosystem Research, University of Vienna, Austria
2017 – 2020 BSc in Biology, University of Vienna

Active research projects:

Conservation, Ecology, Environmental Sciences, Botany

Recent publications:

Schnecker, J., Baldaszti, L., Gündler, P., Pleitner, M., Richter, A., Sandén, T., … & Zechmeister-Boltenstern, S. (2022). Seasonal dynamics of soil microbial respiration, growth, biomass, and carbon use efficiency. In EGU General Assembly Conference Abstracts (pp. EGU22-1179).

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