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Author: Mona Reiss
On October 21st the BLIZ team met again at the FAU in Erlangen. We exchanged ideas and discussed our temporary results, milestones 2020 and further outreach ideas. In the evening event of the FGG lecture series Anja Rammig, Thomas Knoke and Perdita Pohle presented the BLIZ- project. Anja Rammig gave an insight into the current state […]
At the 10. Agriculture Science Symposium in Freising on September 26th the PhD candidates Sebastian Rössert and Sven Rubanschi each presented a poster.(Poster title Sebastian Rössert: “Approach to the consideration of uncertainty in the modelling of land allocation in agriculture” Poster title Sven Rubanschi: ” “Drivers of Ecosystem Services in heterogenous landscapes under climate change”)
A cooperating team of HyBBEx & BLIZ designed the Forest Condition Monitor. As a result of the past drought summers, an increased dieback in various tree species was observed in Germany. In this context, the Forest Condition Monitor is supposed to visualise the condition of forests in Germany. In order to make this possible, remote […]
On July 15th we had our third BLIZ meeting in Regensburg. We presented and discussed each subprojects’ state of affairs. In addition, there were several group works on different topics, such as data exchange, parametrisation and a possible choice experiment.
During the conference Macroecology 2019 (11.-14.03.2019) in Würzburg Anne Lewerentz and Juliano Sarmento Cabral presented a poster on the distribution of functional types of aquatic plants in Bavarian lakes. (Poster title: “Distribution of functional types of freshwater macrophytes across Bavarian lakes”)
At the annual meeting of the Young Modellers in Ecology (20.-24.05.2019) near Göttingen, Anne Lewerentz gave a presentation on different approaches to the modelling of aquatic plants. (Lecture title: “Modelling freshwater macrophytes: Overview of existing approaches and a concept to assess diversity response to environmental change”)
The second BLIZ internal meeting took place on May 6th 2019 at the University of Würzburg. Temporary results were presented and actively discussed. Furthermore, Alice Claßen presented her Junior Research Group “ADAPT – Adaptation of Alpine Pollinators in Times of Global Change”.
On December 10th, the bayklif Kick-off-Meeting took place at the Museum Mensch und Natur. Following the presentation of all joint research projects and the junior research projects, Anja Rammig participated in the panel discussion with the topic “Does knowledge freeze climate change?”. After that Prof. Dr. Josef Settele provided insights into international assessments of the […]