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Sampling of tree cores (Cupressus sempervirens var. horizontalis) to date landslides in a calanco near Radicofani, Italy (VM-2 Projektarbeit Umweltmonitoring: Gelände und Labor (Toskana))
Mounting dataloggers in the Hofgarten (Eichstätt) for studying microclimatic conditions within urban areas (WP-3 Landschaftsanalyse und Naturschutz)
Vegetation mapping in a chalanko near Radicofani, Italy (VM-2 Projektarbeit Umweltmonitoring: Gelände und Labor (Toskana))

Teaching

The Professorship of Physical Geography/Landscape Ecology and Sustainable Ecosystem Development primarily represents climatological and vegetational subjects in its lectures.
One central emphasis lies on the controlling factors and processes in the atmosphere. Another focus lies on climatological natural hazards which will be of greater importance in the course of anthropogenic climate change.
Moreover, the interactions of abiotic and biotic aspects of landscape ecology are highlighted and different aspects of applied nature and landscape protection are addressed.

  

See "Lectures" to find an overview of courses that are offered/co-created by the professorship.

See "Thesis papers“ to find a list of Bachelor/Master theses.