Ecotechnology research group

We are a research lab a the University of Tartu, Department of Geography. Our research focuses on studying the physical, biological, and chemical processes that govern trace gas and energy exchange between the terrestrial biosphere and the atmosphere. Our overarching goal is to understand how the terrestrial biosphere breathes; how plants and microbes regulate the exchange of trace gases and the need for energy to support their metabolism. Our core research involves:

  • Quantifying greenhouse gas exchange across various land use types
  • Wetlands biogeochemistry
  • Wetland restoration and management
Doktorantuur

Career conference „To new hights with a PhD degree!“

Professor Ülo Mander

Ülo Mander was elected as member of the Academy of Sciences in global change

Opening conference of the Centre of Excellence for Sustainable Land Use

Opening conference of the Centre of Excellence for Sustainable Land Use