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What I have seen What I have done. Outline. Undergraduate -- Biotechnology -- Ecology Master -- Courses -- Research -- Project of Storma -- Field work. Undergraduate. Biotechnology Bored by the endless experiments in the lab Ecology

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What I have seen

What I have done

outline
Outline
  • Undergraduate

-- Biotechnology

-- Ecology

  • Master

-- Courses

-- Research

-- Project of Storma

-- Field work

undergraduate
Undergraduate
  • Biotechnology

Bored by the endless experiments in the lab

  • Ecology

Because of many travels, got the new interest in Ecology.

why yunnan
Why Yunnan?
  • Richest biodiversity.
  • Minority culture.

--- 26 out of 56 nations

  • Common boundary with several countries.
  • Wonderful landscape : snow mountain, stone forest, primary forest and so on
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Master

Program: International tropical and

subtropical forest

My foreign classmates are neally all from tropical and subtropical country :

Vietnam, Indonesia, Phillipine, Nepal, China, Peru, Brazil, Sudan, Ethiopia, Cameroon

Others are from Japan, Belgium, USA, Germany

why germany
Why Germany?
  • One of the most developed country all over the world
  • Long history and colorful culture
  • The origin of

-- The word of sustainability

-- Near to nature forest

  • Great efforts to protect the environment
  • Strong-minded and hardworking people
  • Free tuition
courses
Sixteen lectures

-- Biometric data analysis and forest dynamics

-- Ecopedology of the tropics and subtropics

-- Forest development policy

-- Forest inventory

-- Forest utilization and wood processing

-- International forest economics

-- Project planning, management and evaluation

-- Tropical forest ecology and silviculture

-- Applications of remote sensing and GIS

-- Bioclimatology and global change

-- Dryland forestry and methods in silviculture

-- Forest genetics and plantation forestry

-- Forest protection and agroforestry

-- Forestry in Germany

-- Impacts of forest disturbance

-- Multidisciplinary Research in Tropical

Production Systems

Mini project

“Managing sustainable forestry systems (in Germany)”

-- My topic : Bioenergy utilisation

Main project

-- Soil respiration rate measurement in Sulawesi, Indonesia

Courses
storma
Storma
  • Full name : Stability of Rainforest margins

in Indonesia

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Storma – interdisciplinary

Objectives

-- find out the destabilisation of forest margins

-- analyze those factors, processes and principles which facilitate the maintenance of stability there

Sub – project A

Social and economic dynamics

Sub – project B

Water and nutrient turnover

Sub – project C

Biodiversity

Sub – project D

Land use system

storma cooperatory
Storma :Cooperatory

Two universities from Germany

University of Kassel

University of Goettingen

Two universities from Indonesia

Institut Pertanian Bogor (IPB)in Java

The Universitas Tadulako (UNTAD) in Palu, Central Sulawesi

sub project b
Sub-project B

B1 Effects of land use on the exchange of water, carbon dioxide and energy between the rain forest margin area and the atmosphere

B2 The influence of pedo-hydrological changes on water and nutrient cycles

B3 Nitrogen oxide emissions from old-growth tropical rainforests and land use systems

B4 Changes in the hydrological cycle along a gradient of forest use intensity

description of the site
Description of the site
  • located on south of the equator on 119° eastern longitude
  • controlled by the Australian-Asian monsoon system
  • annual precipitation of about 2500 mm
  • a mountainous region with peaks up to 2600 m
result

SRR

Umol m-2 s-1

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Result

The average SRR is

5.34 umol CO2 m-2s-1

5.53 g C m-2 d-1

No direct relation with temperature

one overnight measurement

18 19 20 21 22 23 24 1 2 3 4 5 6

time

One overnight measurement

SRRUmolm-2 s-1

5.0

4.0

3.0

2.0

1.0

acknowledgement
Acknowledgement
  • Thanks for my advisors
  • Dr. Gravenhorst
  • Dip. Kreilein

Thanks for all my colleagues from B1 group, especailly our partners from University of Tadulako