Testing and development project (preliminary investigation), 7/2018 -12/2019, Federal Agency for Nature Conservation
Sustainable neighborhood development to improve municipal services in Kikwajuni and Kilimani, Zanzibar (BMZ/global commitment)
ExTrass aims to measurably strengthen the resilience of large and medium-sized cities to heat and heavy rain and to make better use of transfer potentials between cities.
Within the DFG Research Training Group NatRiskChange, we focus on the risk stemming from GLOFs in the Himalaya
ECOPOTENTIAL focuses on a targeted set of internationally recognised Protected Areas, blending Earth Observations from remote sensing and field measurements, data analysis and modelling ...
Alexander von Humboldt Foundation: Yvonne Nti conducts research on climate adaptation through urban agriculture and forestry in her homeland, Ghana.
OPERAs investigates whether, how and under what conditions the ES/NC concepts can move beyond the academic domain towards practical implementation in support of sustainable ecosystem management.
We tested the impact of soil and topographic qualities on soil moisture and biomass production in the arid environment of the Har HaNegev, Israel. We calibrate and validate the model EcoHyd.
Aim of this project was to estimate a full water balance using the non-invasive soil moisture measurement (cosmic ray) and observation on plant phenology based on hyperspectral remote sensing data.
In cooperation with the state capital Potsdam, surveys were conducted on the planning process in the Gartenstadt Drewitz (as a basis for sustainable neighbourhood development in Zanzibar).
With the support of the Landesjagdverband Brandenburg, several final theses on "Wind power in the forest" have been written since 2014.
Problem-oriented and interdisciplinary teaching project for the master's courses in geo-ecology and geosciences.
REgional Policies Towards GREEN Buildings, INTERREG IVC
A.S.A.P - Efficient Administrative Structures as a Prerequisite for Successful Economic and Social Development of Rural Areas in Demographic Transition
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