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AQUACROSS

AQUACROSS is a Horizon 2020 project which aims to support EU efforts to protect aquatic biodiversity and ensure the provision of aquatic ecosystem services. As such, AQUACROSS seeks to advance knowledge and application of ecosystem-based management for aquatic ecosystems to support the timely achievement of the EU 2020 Biodiversity Strategy targets.   
Contact person
Sonja Jähnig
Martin Pusch
Department
(Dept. 2) Ecosystem Research
Start
06/2015
End
12/2018
Topic

AQUATAG

Spatio-temporal high-resolution analysis of water-based recreational activities, resulting impacts and conflicts of use, as well as derivation of a socio-ecological management concept.
Contact person
Markus Venohr
Simone A. Podschun (neé Beichler)
Judith Mahnkopf
Department
(Dept. 1) Ecohydrology
(Dept. 4) Biology and Ecology of Fishes
Start
03/2019
End
02/2022
Topic

Baggersee

Promotion of biodiversity and ecosystem services in small gravel pits through implementation of habitat-oriented management practices in recreational-fisheries management.  
Contact person
Robert Arlinghaus
Department
(Dept. 4) Biology and Ecology of Fishes
Start
06/2016
End
05/2022
Topic

Besatzfisch 2.0

The aim of Besatzfisch 2.0 is to continue the knowledge transformation process for anglers and society.
Contact person
Robert Arlinghaus
Department
(Dept. 4) Biology and Ecology of Fishes
Start
01/2016
End
12/2016
Topic

Bridging in Biodiversity Science (BIBS)

BIBS is a BMBF project for biodiversity data collection and synthesis in Germany
Contact person
Mark Gessner
Hans-Peter Grossart
Department
(Dept. 2) Ecosystem Research
(Dept. 3) Experimental Limnology
Start
12/2016
End
11/2019
Topic

CITYFOOD

Feeding urban populations is a global challenge, additionally straining the Food-Water-Energy Nexus. CITYFOOD provides innovative solutions by integrating aqua-agriculture systems into cities.
Contact person
Werner Kloas
Daniela Baganz
Department
(Dept. 4) Biology and Ecology of Fishes
(Dept. 5) Ecophysiology and Aquaculture
Start
05/2018
End
04/2021
Topic

DASTMAP

The DASTMAP project develops and applies new genetic markers to characterize four in the Danube River endangered sturgeon species as a prerequisite for sustainable fisheries and conservation management.
Contact person
Klaus Kohlmann
Department
(Dept. 4) Biology and Ecology of Fishes
(Dept. 5) Ecophysiology and Aquaculture
Start
04/2015
End
10/2018
Topic

FIThydro – Fish friendly Innovative Technologies for hydropower

FIThydro addresses the decision support in commissioning and operating hydro-power plants (HPP) through the use of existing and innovative technologies and the integration of ecological, technical, economic and societal perspectives to improve sustainable hydropower use at a maximum mitigation of ecological impacts.
Contact person
Christian Wolter
Department
(Dept. 4) Biology and Ecology of Fishes
Start
11/2016
End
10/2020
Topic

GRS-Microcluster „Signatures“

Immission and effect iron from mining regions - Dispersion mechanisms and biogeochemical signatures
Contact person
Michael Hupfer
Department
(Dept. 6) Chemical Analytics and Biogeochemistry
Start
01/2018
End
12/2020
Topic

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