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Martin Wiesmeier Dec 5
"Relocating the soil": an overview on our activities in the project to develop climate-adapted grassland management practices in the Alps
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Alevtina Evgrafova, PhD Feb 17
SUSALPS 1.Survey on preferences for (ESS) and their distribution showed similar view on by both and 2.Bio-economic and agent-based modeling to estimate impacts of management on ESS
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Carsten W. Mueller 24 Jul 18
'Alma' watching todays sampling - she is a 'Murnau Werdenfelser', an endangered robust breed typical for the Alpine region south of Munich in the German Alps. She and her 'colleagues' are the stars in a re-grazing experiment of
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Birgit Lang 16 Jan 19
project is offering a position in biogeochemistry. Application deadline is February 15th:
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Carsten W. Mueller 18 Sep 18
Soil organic carbon dynamics in alpine grasslands - Noelia Garcia presents data of the project at the conference on "Montane and alpine grasslands under climate change" in Garmisch-Partenkirchen
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Noelia Feb 15
Ready for the seminar in Leipzig! Presenting our work on and in soils.
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Carsten W. Mueller 17 May 18
extreme slope styles - sampling for a grazing experiment on an in the German within the project of - keeping the mood up while it was raining all day long
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Bartosz Bartkowski Feb 17
: spatially explicit preferences of farmers and general public for mountain grassland
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BonaRes-Zentrum @Home office 22 Oct 18
Conference 2018 was received well 18-20 Sept 2018, more than 60 participants from nine nations attended the SUSALPS Conference "Montane and alpine grasslands under climate change – ways in a sustainable future", held in Garmisch-Partenkirchen
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Moitzfeld Habitat 1 Nov 16
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BonaRes-Zentrum @Home office 27 Nov 18
Neuer Beitrag von in Series veröffentlicht: Book of abstracts conference 2018 "Montane and alpine under - ways in a future" ➡
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