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Active Projects

  • DiMoC - Diversity components in mosquito-borne diseases in face of climate change
    Ridwan A. Shittu, Carl Beierkuhnlein, Stephanie Thomas [Details]

  • E-SHAPE
    E-shape is a European project within the Horizon 2020 program consolidating Earth Observation data to promote its use towards the achievement of the sustainable development goals (SDGs). At the Biogeography Department we thematically focus on geospatial analyses of ecosystems, climate, biodiversity and protected areas. [Details]

  • Treasure Islands
    The Galapagos Islands, an UNESCO World Heritage Site, are a hotspot of plant endemism. During the last decades, the island´s flora was affected by severe changes in species composition due to the introduction of numerous neophytes. We assess the impact of invasive plant species on native ecosystems. Furthermore, we are interested in biogeographic patterns of those invaders in the Galapagos archipelago. [Details]

  • Ad Fontes VI
    AquaKlif is a collaborative project which has its focus on “Influence of multiple stressors on watercourses in climate change”. At the department of Biogeography, our subproject is focused on “Forest springs as climate indication systems”. [Details]

  • Management von Aedes albopictus und importierten Arbovirosen
    Hauptziel des Projektes ist der Aufbau eines Stakeholder-Netzwerkes das Überwachungs- und Interventions-Strukturen für vektorkompetente Stechmücken und mögliche autochthone Arbovirus-Infektionen auf kommunaler Ebene festlegt. [Details]

  • Stechmückenübertragene arbovirale Krankheiten in Bayern - BayVirMos
    Auf der Grundlage unserer bisherigen Erfahrung in der Entwicklung von Artverbreitungsmodellen, epidemiologischen Modellen und Klimamodellen zur Ermittlung von Risiken stechmückenübertragener viraler Krankheiten auf kontinentaler und globaler Ebene werden wir in diesem Vorhaben eine räumlich und zeitlich differenzierte Risikoabschätzung für Bayern entwickeln. [Details]

  • Contribution of invertebrates and fungi to wood decomposition relative to global climate
    “Contribution of invertebrates and fungi to wood decomposition relative to global climate” (There are 51 project sites in 35 countries). [Details]

  • EVENT - Effects of extreme weather events (drought, heavy rain, freeze-thaw cycles) and biodiversity on ecosystem function
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