University of Innsbruck
Department of Ecology

Research Group: Applied and Trophic Ecology

Technikerstrasse 25     
A-6020 Innsbruck

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Deborah obtained her bachelor's degree in Biology at the University of Innsbruck in 2015, and continued her studies with a master's degree in microbiology. During her master's thesis, she investigated the fertilizing effects of fly ashes on soil microbiota and crop with a special focus on phosphorus, one of the main limiting nutrients in terrestrial ecosystems. In 2018, she joined the working group of Applied and Trophic Ecology as a technical assistant within a research project in the field of molecular diagnostics.


Current project




Schonegger, D., Gimez-Brandon, M., Mazzier, T., Insam, H., Hermanns, R., Leiijenhorst, E., Bardelli, T., Juarez, M. F. D., (2018). "Phosphorus fertilising potential of fly ash and effects on soil microbiota and crop." Resources Conservation and Recycling 134: 262-270.

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