Our working group is looking for a Scientific Postdoc for synthetic analyses in GreenGaDe.
The magazine “Portal” interviewed us for its latest issue on research topics at University of Potsdam related to the future.
Members of the SeBAS project joined the annual assembly of the Biodiversity Exploratories in Wernigerode.
Project members from Burkina Faso, Germany, Ghana and Niger met for their annual workshop at the University of Potsdam.
Our group had a wonderful party to end the year.
Team of Future Rural Africa project establishes a research partnership with colleagues from Uni. of Namibia on human-wildlife conflict in Zambezi Region.
UP News reports on the NamTip project and its relevance.
Members of our working group presented their research at Tropentag 2022.
Data collection along different climate gradients and land-use types in Ghana.
The project team of Pflanze KlimaKultur! and our workgroup welcomes citizen scientists in the Botanical Garden Potsdam.
Head of working group Prof. Linstädter is interviewed by ARD television
Vegetation ecologists take part in agricultural wildflower experiment.
Our working group extends a sunny welcome to our 3 newest PhD candidates
A major step for our new GreenGaDe project focusing on greenhouse gas emissions in West Africa
Interview at Deutschlandfunk Kultur: Prof. Anja Linstädter warns of threat to livelihoods from advancing desertification.
UP’s news magazine Portal features research activities in the Botanical Garden.
After a long pause data collection in Namibia can be finalized at last.
Exploratory trip to Zambia promises interesting cross-border comparisons.
Our working group is hiring two new Doctoral researchers / PhD students
Our working group is hiring student staff and lab assistants.
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