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Prof. Dr. Alexandra-Maria Klein
phone:+49 (0)761 203-67770

alexandra.kleinatnature.uni-freiburg.de

 


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fax:+49 (0)761 203-3638

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University of Freiburg
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14.11.2022:  

Tristan Eckerter

successfully defended his dissertation entitled:

"Conservation options for wild bees and wasps in managed temperate forests"

in Freiburg.

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Seminar der Landesanstalt für Landwirtschaft und Gartenbau (LLG) Quedlinburg

16. November 2022

Wiesenvielfalt und Insektenförderung

Vortrag von Dr. Julia Osterman:

"Blühende Lebensräume für Wildbienen -

Ein wichtiger Grundstein zur Erhaltung der Artenvielfalt“

 



SFE² GfÖ EEF Joint meeting,
International Conference on Ecological Sciences

21-25 Nov 2022 Metz (France)

"Ecology and Evolution: New perspectives and societal challenges"


Talks:

Felix Fornoff
Biodiversity and ecosystem functioning in a changing world (4/4)
"Insect houses attenuate negative effects of urbanization on cavity nesting bee and wasp abundance"

Katharina Wittmann
Landscape ecology (2/2)
"The influence of habitat properties on sex determination and resource allocation in cavity-nesting Hymenoptera"

Julia Osterman
Diversification of agricultural landscapes to promote pollinator biodiversity and pollination service delivery
"Co-flowering crops: Implications for pollinator conservation and pollination services on farms"


Poster sessions: 

Anne-Christine Mupepele
Session 1 -
"Hedges and flower strips promote plant-pollinator interactions without compromising apple flower visitation"

Dimitry Wintermantel
Session 2 -
"No impacts of azoxystrobin-based fungicide on bumblebee colonies in dose-response experiment mimicking fungicide decline"


Advanced training program:

Lea Strigl "Presentation of the GfÖ workshop concept 2023"


 

1. European FEdA-Conference

November 9th - 11th, 2022

Biodiversity and Human Well-Being - Europe’s Role in Shaping Our Future

Virtual Transdisciplinary Conference

Workshop 2b: “Conserve Biodiversity, Protect Health, Ensure Food Security”

(Chairs: Prof. Dr. Johannes Vogel, Dr. Lynn Dicks

Co-Organizers: Prof. Dr. Alexandra-Maria Klein, Dr. Nike Sommerwerk)


FEdA Project of the Chair of Nature Conservation and Landscape Ecology:

"Faktencheck Artenvielfalt" (Prof. Dr. Alexandra Maria Klein, Dr. Anne Mupepele & Amibeth Thompson)


 

ÖKOSTATION - Freiburg
Wildbienenkurs für EinsteigerInnen ohne Vorkenntnisse   
  • 30.11.2022
  • 01.02.2023
  • 25.03.2023 

Leitung:

MSc. Ina Aufderheide

(Masterarbeit bei der Prof. Naturschutz & Landschaftsökologie über die Verbreitung von Wildbienen in der Agrarlandschaft:
"Diversity of wild bees nesting in and visiting flowers of hedgerow plants along a heterogeneity gradient in agricultural landscapes")
 

Dipl. Biol. Cordula Heusler

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Recommendations from Dr. Vivien von Königslöw, Dr. Felix Fornoff und Prof. Dr. Alexandra-Maria Klein

according to their research in apple orchards in southern Germany:

Perennial flowering strips combined with hedges enhance wild bees

best in agricultural landscapes.

Original publication: Link
 
 
 

Shaping the future for pollinators - Innovations in managed landscapes 

Conference of the Association of Applied Biologists (AAB) together with

the British Ecological Society and the Royal Entomological Society

from 6th to 8th September 2022


Session 2: Pollinator habitat management/provisionnce

Invited speaker: Prof. Dr. Alexandra Maria Klein

"Providing flowering habitat to mitigate pesticide effects on bees

- is this a promising conservation strategy?"

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ZDF - ZDFzeit - 01.09.2022 
 
 
Mit einem Beitrag/Interview mit Prof. Dr. Alexandra Maria Klein & Amibeth Thompson

 

Zum Projekt Faktencheck Artenvielfalt wurde von

MSc. Amibeth Thompson ein Online Fragebogen erstellt:

„Ursachen für den Verlust der Artenvielfalt in Agrar- und Offenland in Deutschland“

In dieser Umfrage werden 21 direkte und 19 indirekte Ursachen abgefragt.

Um an der Umfrage teilzunehmen, registrieren Sie sich bitte über diesen Link


 

The DFG has approved the international Research Group "MultiTroph",

headed by Prof. Alexandra Maria Klein

MultiTrophLogo.jpg  Research Group 5281
"Multitrophic Interactions in a Forest Biodiversity Experiment in China"

 

 


 

 
 

Vortrag Prof. Alexandra-Maria Klein

Blühende Lebensräume durch Insektenbestäuber - Interaktionen fördern

Donnerstag, 02. Juni um 14:45

13. avela Fachtagung (Akademie für Vegetationsplanung und Landschaftsbau)

 

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