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The Graduate School

Within the Biosphere Reserve Institute, a cooperative graduate school is being established between the Eberswalde HNE and the Leuphana University of L√ľneburg. This graduate school is set to focus its research efforts on and in cooperation with biosphere reserves.
The first doctoral students of the graduate school, along with their respective supervisors are listed below.

Over the next 4.5 years, they will devote themselves to specific scientific questions regarding the theme: "Biosphere focused process design for the implementation of biodiversity conserving land use":


Charlotte Gohr: ‚ÄúAssessing the effectiveness of UNESCO Biosphere Reserves - towards a global monitoring tool of socio-biophysical conditions‚ÄĚ

Supervised on the behalf of HNEE: Prof. Dr. Pierre Ibisch (SF: Nature Conservation)

Supervised on the behalf of Leuphana: Prof. Dr. Felix May


Fabio Wei√ü: ‚ÄúLong term dynamics of insect communities in forest ecosystems‚ÄĚ

Supervised on the behalf of HNEE: Prof. Dr. Andreas Linde (SF: Applied Ecology and Zoology)

Supervised on the behalf of Leuphana: Prof. Dr. Thorsten Assmann

 

Laura Danzeisen: ‚ÄúProcess design for the implementation of alternative methods of wet peatland management‚Äč‚Äč‚Äč‚Äč‚Äč‚Äč‚Äč‚ÄĚ

Supervised on the behalf of HNEE: Prof. Dr. Vera Luthardt (SF: Vegetation Science & Applied Plant Ecology)

Supervised on the behalf of Leuphana: N.N.


Caroline Dabard: ‚ÄúEnhancing the transformative potential of biosphere reserves by reconnecting them with their surroundings‚ÄĚ

Supervised on the behalf of HNEE: Prof. Dr. Carsten Mann (SF: Sustainable Forest Resource Economics)

Supervised on the part of Leuphana: N.N.


Martin BalaŇ°: ‚ÄúDevelopment of empirical methods for measuring the impacts of sustainable tourism in biosphere reserves‚Äč‚Äč‚Äč‚Äč‚Äč‚Äč‚Äč‚ÄĚ

Supervised on the behalf of HNEE: Prof. Dr. Wolfgang Strasdas (SF: Sustainable Tourism)

Supervised on the behalf of Leuphana: N.N.


The graduate school pursues the strategic development and promotion of doctorates at the HNEE and is open to other young scientists who want to work on relevant topics related to biosphere reserves.

Graduiertenkollegfrom the left: Charlotte Gohr, Fabio Wei√ü, Martin BalaŇ°, Laura Danzeisen, Caroline Dabard