2021 | News from our group 

November 2021: Promising start of GreenGaDe, cross-continental collaborative project in West Africa

More than 40 participants from project partner institutes and invited stakeholders attended the kick-off workshop.

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zwei historische Gebäude am Neuen Palais hinter verschneiten Wiesen

December 2021/January 2022: Secretary Information Update

Please note the new office hours and the 2G-Rules.

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Future Rural Africa Research

November 2021: Future Rural Africa goes into 2nd funding phase

The Collaborative Research Center Future Rural Africa has been granted another four years of funding by DFG.

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Blick aus einem halbrunden Säulengang auf ein historisches Nebengebäude des Neuen Palais

November 2021: About Saturday Excursions

Note! Important!: For the Saturday Excursions contact the lectures, please! They can add you to the excursions lists.

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our new workgroup members on their first working day

April 2021: Warm, yet socially distant welcome of our newest members

Our working group welcomed three new members on their first day of work, with a tour of the facilities and a joint lunch.

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House Maulbeerallee 1

April 2021: Saturday Excursions Moved

Because of renewed inquiries: the Excursions moved to a later time.

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News Teaser for Sallnet: scientists at work in South Africa

February 2021: Grasses, Forbs or Shrubs: What do cattle eat in a dry savanna?

International research team investigates seasonal diet dynamics of cattle in a South African savanna.

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News Teaser for Saturday Excursions

October 2021: Saturday Excursions

There are new appointments for Saturday Excursions (see it under "Teaching")

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research project landscape

February 2021: New research project on Climate-Smart Landscapes in Africa

Researchers from our group will study the impact of land-use change on greenhouse gas emissions and carbon stocks in West Africa’s agricultural landscapes.

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grass is changed

February 2021: Changed by the wind

Roots of grassland plants are modulated by wind intensity, with consequences for plant-soil-feedbacks.

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2020 | News from our group

Secretary Information

Secretary Information

for secretary informations contact: Jennifer Kaminski (biodiversity@uni-potsdam.de)

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The working group welcomes Prof. Anja Linstädter on her first working day.

September 2020: First working day of new professor

Working group welcomes Prof. Dr. Anja Linstädter with a small celebration.

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