Moritz Kupisch

I studied Geoecology in Potsdam and Braunschweig with a focus on ecological modelling. After graduation, I joined the crop science group in Bonn and worked with different crop growth models to analyze the relationships between plant growth and carbon and water fluxes under drought conditions. Since October 2020, I am working at the IMK-IFU where I will contribute to the further development of the multi‐trophic functional diversity model Madingley, aiming at an addition of animal C:N stoichiometry. Subsequent simulations will address questions related to the role of animals in terrestrial carbon and nitrogen turnover and the interactions of ecosystem state and function with ecosytem functional diversity.