Forschende aus 20 deutschen Wissenschaftseinrichtungen haben eine gemeinsame Forschungsagenda zur biologischen Vielfalt der Binnen- und Küstengewässer vorgelegt.
Researchers from 20 German scientific institutions have presented a joint research agenda on the biological diversity of inland and coastal waters.
Just one-third of the world’s longest rivers remain free-flowing says a comprehensive study, published in the journal Nature. Christiane Zarfl, a former member of IGB, and Klement Tockner, long-time director of IGB, played a key role in the study.
On 6 May 2019, the Intergovernmental Science-Policy Platform on Biodiversity and Ecosystem Services (IPBES) published a summary for decision-makers on the IPBES-Report. IGB researcher Sonja Jähnig gives a statement.
The IGB-researchers Stella Berger and Sabine Wollrab have a lot to do in the coming weeks. As part of the CONNECT project, their team is installing measuring buoys on 18 lakes in the North German lowlands.