Alon Angert

Alon Angert
Associate Professor
Room 313 North
972-2-65-84758

Curriculum Vitae

Climate Change affects the terrestrial biosphere, while changes in the biosphere feedback and affect the climate system. Understanding these complex interactions is important at the time of Global Change.

Related research in our lab includes developing the use of oxygen stable isotopes of phosphate for tracking phosphorus in dust and its biogeochemical cycling in soil. This research is based on field work, remote-sensing and lab work. These approaches could help evaluate the effects of changing climate on the terrestrial phosphorus cycle, which is an important limiting factor for plant growth.
Another research projects track the internal CO2 movement and recycling within forest trees, and explore the engagement of the Alternative Oxidase in natural ecosystems. These research directions are based on high accuracy measurements of O2 concentrations and stable isotopes.

 

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Terrestrial Biogeochemestry- Angert's lab Group

 

Tal Weiner - Lab Manager

Research Interests: The study of soil phosphate and it's sources using stable isotopes analysis

 

 

Laura

Laura Bigio - Phd student

Research Interests: Atmospheric phosphate sources (dust, ash and pollen) and their contribution to the global phosphorus cycle.

 

 

 
boaz

Boaz Hilman - Phd student

Research interests: Tree stem respiration with an emphasis on the fate of the non-emitted respired CO2. In my study I measure stem O2 and CO2 fluxes of trees from different ecosystems and species using a self-designed system. In addition I am interested in the alternative respiration pathway in trees. I research this using a unique measurement of oxygen stable isotopes in O2 molecules.

 

 

 

H Lis

Hagar Lis - Post- Doctoral Researcher 

 

 

 
Former Members
avner                    

Avner Gross - Former Phd student

Research interest: I study the phosphorus cycle in tropical and Mediterranean soil systems using phosphate oxygen stable isotopes. I also use this technique for tracing phosphorus in dust over lakes, deserts and tropical rain forests.


Currently: http://nature.berkeley.edu/silverlab/?post_type=staff

 

 

 

 
 


Sasha Pekarsky - Former Msc student

Research Interest: Crane Migration study with oxygen stable isotopes

Currently: http://huji.move-ecol.com/users/sasha-pekarsky

 

 

Esther Peled                                                

Esther Peled - Former MSc Student 

Currently: Head of Sustainability and Environment - Sustainability and CSR Group at BDO Israel

il.linkedin.com/in/esther-peled

 
שרית

Sarit Shaltiel - Former MSc Student

Currently: Organic Search Marketing at Tenengroup Ltd. 

il.linkedin.com/in/sarits

 

 

 

dust sampling