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ACTION

ACTION transforms the way we do citizen science today.
Contact person
Franz Hölker
Kat Austen
Department
(Dept. 1) Ecohydrology
Start
02/2019
End
01/2022
Topic

ANTIRES

Impact of antibiotics on aquatic microbial community and related ecosystem function such as carbon turn-over.
Contact person
Franziska Stressmann
Department
(Dept. 6) Chemical analytics and biogeochemistry
Start
08/2016
End
07/2019
Topic

AQUALINK

International graduate school on aquatic boundaries and linkages in a changing environment
Contact person
Gunnar Nützmann
Department
(Dept. 1) Ecohydrology
Start
01/2012
End
01/2016
Topic

Breathing Inland waters: Germany in the spotlight

Large-scale citizen science study on green-house gas concentration and microbial diversity in German inland waters
Department
(Dept. 1) Ecohydrology
(Dept. 2) Ecosystem research
(Dept. 6) Chemical analytics and biogeochemistry
Start
04/2015
End
01/2016
Topic

CLIMSHIFT

CLIMSHIFT aims for a mechanistic under-standing of stressor interactions acting on shallow aquatic systems, which are especially vulnerable to climate warming and agricultural run-off.
Contact person
Sabine Hilt
Franz Hölker
Department
(Dept. 1) Ecohydrology
(Dept. 2) Ecosystem research
Start
05/2018
End
04/2021
Topic

Factors controlling the mobilization of organic matter,

The main objective of this project is to identify the key-factors of organic matter turnover in inundated peatlands. Based on our findings we might improve our predictions regrading the restoration of degraded peatlands.
Contact person
Dominik Zak
Department
(Dept. 6) Chemical analytics and biogeochemistry
Start
04/2014
End
08/2017
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

Host−parasite interactions in hybridizing Daphnia

Eutrophication is a worldwide environmental problem accelerated by global warming, affecting the stability of aquatic ecosystems and having long-lasting consequences. In this project we investigate if and how eutrophication affects two interacting evolutionary processes: disease spread and interspecific hybridization.
Contact person
Justyna Wolinska
Department
(Dept. 2) Ecosystem research
Start
01/2017
End
12/2019
Topic

HypoTRAIN

Hyporheic Zone Processes – A training network for enhancing the understanding of complex physical, chemical and biological process interactions
Contact person
Jörg Lewandowski
Department
(Dept. 1) Ecohydrology
Start
01/2015
End
12/2018
Topic

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