David Eichenberg

Wissenschaftlicher Mitarbeiter

Tel +49-341-97-38587
Fax +49-341-97-38549
E-mail david.eichenberg*uni-leipzig.de
Raum 120

Adresse

Spezielle Botanik und Funktionelle Biodiversitätsforschung
Universität Leipzig
Johannisallee 21
04103 Leipzig

Lebenslauf

seit 2015

Wissenschaftlicher Mitarbeiter (PostDoc) an der Universität Leipzig: Spezielle Botanik und Funktionelle Biodiversitätsforschung
Datenmanager des BEF-China Datenportals

2014

Promotion: "Plant Polyphenols in the context of Biodiversity-Ecosystem Functioning" im Rahmen des BEF-China Projektes

2011-2014

Doktorand an der Martin-Luther Universität Halle-Wittenberg
Institutsbereich Geobotanik und Botanischer Garten
Prof. Helge Bruelheide
als Teil der BEF-China Forschergruppe

2010

Wissenschaftlicher Mitarbeiter am Helmholtz- zentrum für Umweltforschung- UFZ, Leipzig

2009

Diplomarbeit: "Natürliche d13C und d15N Isotopenverhältnisse einheimischer Cyperaceen"
Labor für Isotopenbiogeochemie, Prof. Dr. Gerhard Gebauer

2003-2010

Studium: Biologie (Dipl.) Spezialisierung: Pflanzenökologie
Universität Bayreuth

Publikationen

2015

Eichenberg D, Purschke O, Ristok C, Wessjohann L, Bruelheide H (2015): Trade-offs between physical and chemical carbon-based leaf defence: Of intraspecific variation and trait evolution. Journal of Ecology, 20/10/2015, 103(6), 1667-1679, DOI: 10.1111/1365-2745.12475 Online Article

2014

Eichenberg D, Ristok C, Kröber W, Bruelheide H (2014a): Plant polyphenols – implications of different sampling, storage and sample processing in biodiversity-ecosystem functioning experiments. Chemistry and Ecology, 10/2014, 30(7), DOI:10.1080/02757540.2014.894987 Online Article

Eichenberg D, Trogisch S, Huang Y, He SH, Bruelheide H (2014b): Shifts in community leaf functional traits are related to litter decomposition along a secondary forest succession series in subtropical China. Journal of Plant Ecology, DOI: 10.1093/jpe/rtu021 Online Article

Schuldt A, Assmann T, Bruelheide H, Durka W, Eichenberg D, Härdtle W, Kröber W, Michalski SG, Purschke O (2014): Functional and phylogenetic diversity of woody plants drive herbivory in a highly diverse forest New Phytologist, 05/2014, DOI:10.1111/nph.12695 Online Article

2012

Schuldt A, Bruelheide H, Durka W, Eichenberg D, Fischer M, Kröber W, Härdtle W, Ma K, Michalski SG, Palm WU, Schmid B, Welk E, Zhou H, Assmann T (2012): Plant traits affecting herbivory on tree recruits in highly diverse subtropical forests. Ecology Letters, 6/2012, 15(7), 732-739 Online Article

In Begutachtung

2016

Pei Z, Eichenberg D, Purschke O, Li Y, von Oheimb G, Kröber W, Bruelheide H, Kühn, Scholten T, Buscot F, Gutknecht JML(2016): Soil and tree species traits both shape soil microbial communities during early growth of Chinese subtropical forests. Soil Biology and Biogeochemistry(submitted)

2015

Eichenberg D, Meister C, Pietsch K, Ding W, Yu M, With C (2015): Influence of biodiversity, topography & microclimate on the effect of invertebrate exclusion on coarse wood decomposition. Journal of Plant Ecology (submitted)

Konferenzen (Beiträge und Berichte)

2015

Eichenberg D, Meister C, Pietsch K, Ding W, Yu M, With C (2015): Influence of biodiversity, topography and microclimate on the effect of invertebrate exclusion on coarse wood decomposition: a case study from subtropical China. iDiv Conference, Leipzig, Germany

2013

Ristok C, Eichenberg D, Kröber W, Bruelheide H (2013):Plant polyphenols - assessing trait conservation and litter decomposition of Chinese tree species on a secondary metabolite level. 98th ESA Annual Convention, Minneapolis, USA.

Poster

Eichenberg D, Ristok C, Bruelheide H (2013): Plant Polyphenols – differences in sampling, storage and sample processing conditions do not confound ecological conclusions. 42nd Annual Meeting of the Ecological Society of Germany, Austria and Switzerland (GfÖ), Lüneburg, Germany.

letzte Änderung: 03.02.2016