Dr Peter Manning

Project lead, Causes and Consequences of Biodiversity Change,
SBiK-F, Germany

Peter Manning is the group leader of the project group “Causes and Consequences of Biodiversity Change” within Senckenberg Biodiversity and Climate Research Institute (SBiK-F) in Germany. He is a plant ecologist by training whose research focuses on plant-soil interactions and their consequences for community dynamics and ecosystem functioning. His area of interest and expertise lies in utilising knowledge from biodiversity-ecosystem functioning research to inform ecosystem management and improve the understanding of ecosystem responses to global environmental change. Peter Manning is also an Associate Editor for the Journal of Applied Ecology.