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Study based on ten years of research in subtropical forests
Brown bears could live in an additional 380,000 square kilometres
Talks and exhibition inauguration (in German)
Newly discovered dispersal strategy for mites
Rosenthal was elected for two years by the board members.
Scientists have sequenced the genome of the pedunculate oak
Data on soil biodiversity is lacking from large regions of the world, new sDiv study finds.
Start of research group “Evolution and Adaptation”.
Exhibition on gardening opened on 24 May in the Botanical Garden of the Martin Luther University Halle-Wittenberg.
Regulating their body temperature is a burden for chimpanzees living in the savanna
Environment protection should be a priority for the Chinese initiative to promote global trade.
New strategic axis of tropical tree species discovered
New paper with participation of Jon Chase and Stefano Larsen
Massive study finds more gorillas and chimpanzees than previously thought, but 80% are outside the safe havens of protected areas
A study in the new book "Mountains, Climate and Biodiversity" postulates key conditions
Genetic adaptation to different habitats
The new buidling will be complete by March 2020.
The stronger global warming is, the greater the increase in the number of plant species on mountain tops. This was the main finding of a study published in the journal Nature.
Striking similarities between biology and computer operating systems
Several iDiv scientists are among the authors.
This text in only available in German.
New findings from BEF China published in Nature Communications.
Fotos from a camera trap provide the evidence
Land-use planning could reconcile agricultural growth with conservation of nature
Common media release by iDiv, UFZ and Senckenberg
Under the keywords "People-Places-Stories", scientists from Austria and UFZ/iDiv have analysed the role of narration in Citizen Science
Global demand for natural resources has reduced the number of orangutans by more than 100,000 animals in the last 16 years
new study published in PNAS
A study in Nature Ecology & Evolution reveals continental drivers of community species richness
An inclusive approach to assess nature’s contributions to people in SCIENCE
Species-specific fungal communities colonise dead wood - media release by UFZ
The Max Planck Society has extended the renowned Max Planck fellow programme for iDiv director Christian Wirth for five years.
Study questions assumptions on mechanisms underlying warming feedback.
Specifically in hot and dry summers, forests with more tree species have higher functionality
A new mathematical model shows why the largest animals are not always the fastest.