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Ongoing projects

DFG funded projects

Multitrophic interactions in an ectomycorrhiza-plant-insect herbivory system - plant gene expression, ressource allocation and performance of plants and herbivores.

Effects of climate and land use change on biodiversity and ecosystem functioning of pollination and decomposers.

PHYLODIV - Phylogenetic community structure and land use: Does intensification cause phylogenetic homogenization?

High times in the Himalaya: Ground beetle phylogeography as a tool to reconstruct thet Himalaya-Tibet Orogenesis.

Biodiversity transects in mountain forests of Myanmar: Initial contributions to the island biogeography of the alpine biota in the Southeastern-Himalaya Hotspot.

Biodiversa funded projects

TipTree: Scenarios for forest biodiversity dynamics under global change: Identifying microevolutionary scale tipping points driven by tree adaptive potential.

BMBF funded projects

SuLaMa: Participatory research to support sustainable land management on the Mahafaly Plateau in southwestern Madagascar.

Legato: Land-use intensity and Ecological Engineering: Assessment tools for risks and opportunities in irrigated rice based production systems.




Other projects

       
Population genetics of the common raven (Corvus corax)        
 
       

Past projects

 

 

 

Time

 

Funded by

EVOLTREE - Evolution of trees as drivers of terrestrial biodiversity

2006-2010

EU

BIOTA-East Africa: Conservation and sustainable use of East African rain forest ecosystems

Ant and termite communities along a habitat degradation gradient: patterns and consequences for ecosystem function

2007-2010

BMBF

BIOTA-Southern Africa: Various subprojects

2001-2009

BMBF

Solobioma: I & II: Biota and biogeochemistry in southern Atlantic rainforests of Brazil

Assessment of the ecosystem quality of secondary forests and their potential for biodiversity conservation – various subprojects

2003-2009

BMBF

Radiation, biological diversity and host-parasite interactions in wildroses, rust fungi and insects

2002-2008

DFG – SPP 1127

Radiation in termites: the importance of recognition cues

2002-2008

DFG – SPP 1127

Testing for non-adaptive radiations in European spring snails

2006-2008

DFG – SPP 1127

Invasions: Potentials of spread in alien species

2002-2006

BMBF

 






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