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CanSEE Group Research Projects
Collaborative Research Projects
- Proxy system modelling of ultraviolet effects on pollen chemistry (PRiSM)
(Lead by Alistair Seddon – University of Bergen, Norway)
- Evolutionary roots of the multiple stress tolerance in plants (EREMITA)
(Lead by Ismael Aranda, Nacho Garcia-Plazaola, Juame Flexis, Javier Martinez-Abaigar, funded by the Spanish Research Council)
- MultiBeech: Modelling the distribution range of beech: the role of intra-specific multi-trait variation .
(Lead by Marta Benito-Garzon, INRA, Bordeaux)
- There is more to light than we can see: How do trees use light quality to sense the start and end of a growing season?
(Lead by Line Nybakken, Norwegian Life Science University)
- Development of LED panels for greenhouse lighting (Light Drop)
(Lead by Jakub Nezval, University of Ostrava)
- Mechanisms for sunlight to control biogeochemical cycles in a temperate forest .
(Lead by QingWei Wang, JSPS Fellow, Japan)
Research at Helsinki University
- The role of aquaporins in plant water relations: hydraulic architecture and the control of water loss (Master’s project: David Israel, co-supervised with Kurt Fagerstedt)
- Acclimation of stomatal responses to light: environmental cues, strategies and mechanisms (with Pedro Aphalo and Fang Wang)
- Integrative Biodiversity Science (INBIOS)
- The interactive effects on light-shade and drought-water on photosynthetic capacity and stomatal conductance in Nothofagus and Fagus sp. (with Alexandra Chatelet and Saara Hartikainen)
- Persistent memory of drought and shade affecting phenology of tree seedlings (with Orianne L’Oiseau and Antti Takolander)