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Most experiments do not correspond to projected climate scenarios
Recent study proves: Forests that are more diverse are also more productive and more resilient
Researchers analyse EU Commission reform plans for the CAP
International research team investigates mechanisms of forest biodiversity in Hawaiian archipelago
Media release by the Martin-Luther-University Halle-Wittenberg
Joint media release by the State Ministries of Science of Saxony, Thuringia and Saxony-Anhalt
They activate a specific cell receptor
From 24 May to 1 September the Botanical Garden of the University of Jena presents “Garten findet Stadt”, an exhibition on urban gardening.
World Biodiversity Council IPBES presents long-awaited Global Assessment.
Halle, Leipzig, Göttingen. The more plant species live in grasslands and forests, the more insect species find a habitat there. However, the presence of more plant species does not only increase…
Also in neighbouring habitat patches species are lost
First Europe-wide study relating population trends of birds to their diet
Research team evaluates global biodiversity data – with surprising resultsLeipzig. After conducting comprehensive studies, an international team of researchers led by Leipzig University and the iDiv…
Developed under the auspices of the Group on Earth Observations Biodiversity Observation Network (GEO BON)
The new building will be complete by March 2020.
Population and economic growth offset improvement of environmental balance of land use
New statistical model eliminates blank spaces
Tobacco plants gain an advantage by the timely sending of hungry caterpillars to the competition
More living organisms on our bodies and in our homes could help in combatting diseases - if we let them live