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Alevtina Evgrafova successfully defended her PhD dissertation

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Alevtina Evgrafova

Alevtina Evgrafova, who is currently working in the Research Area 3, has successfully defended her PhD dissertation with the title "Spatial patterns of permafrost-affected soil biogeochemical properties at multiple scales" at the University of Bern on 14.01.2020. 

Prof. Dr. Sandra Spielvogel (University of Bern/University of Kiel) and Dr. Leopold Sauheitl (University of Hannover) supervised the doctoral research. Alevtina improved the understanding of controlling factors determining the spatial heterogeneity of carbon, nitrogen, and phosphorus stocks as well as the availability of phosphorus fractions in mineral non-cryoturbated permafrost-affected soils underlain by various active layer thicknesses in forest-tundra ecotone.

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