Flurin Babst

Assistant Research Professor

Program(s):
Watershed Management and Ecohydrology

Research

I study ecosystem processes in forests, woodlands, and shrublands to advance the scientific basis of natural climate solutions. My work integrates observations and models to develop a cross-scale understanding of C allocation in a warming world.

Teaching

I currently teach the Natural Resources Seminar (RNR-696A). My teaching interests include ecosystem ecology, global change, natural climate solutions, terrestrial biogeochemistry, and disturbance dynamics. Students are welcome to contact me directly.

Degrees

  • Habilitation, 2019, Polish Academy of Sciences, Cracow, Poland
  • PhD, 2013, Johannes Gutenberg University of Mainz, Mainz, Germany
  • MS, 2009, University of Basel, Basel, Switzerland