HARRIS Eliza Dr.


Eliza Harris

University of Innsbruck
Department of Ecology

Research Group: Functional Ecology

Sternwartestrasse 15     (Room 411)
A-6020 Innsbruck

T +43 (0)512 507-51631
F +43 (0)512 507-51699

Research Interests

  • Use of isotopic composition to identify sources, sinks and chemistry of trace gases
  • Nitrous oxide and methane emission processes in response to changing environments
  • Connecting measurements across spatial and temporal scales using data analysis and modelling



NitroTrace: Using isotopes to trace the effects of climate extremes on N2O emissions and the nitrogen cycle in managed grasslands 
Funded by FWF  | 2018-2021

Unified data and metadata management for ecological research and education at the University of Innsbruck: Moving towards the big data era
University of Innsbruck funding for Digital Innovation in Research and Teaching  |  2019-2020

Identifying drivers of N2O emissions in a changing climate
OECD CRP for Sustainable Agriculture  | 2020

An isotopic method to analyse nitrous oxide sources in grasslands after drought
Funded by TWF  |  2017


List of publications
List of talks and posters

Professional activities

Peer reviewing for Geophysical Research Letters, Water Research, Environmental Science and Technology, Geochemica et Cosmochimica Acta, Journal of Surface Science, Atmospheric Environment, Journal of Geophysical Research, Water Research, Environmental Science and Pollution Research

Co-editor for the journal Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics

Proposal reviews for NSF, NOAA, Environment Canada, ERC

Session and event organisation at AGU and EGU conferences

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