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Graduiertenkolleg Stadtökologie

The graduate research training group "Perspectives on Urban Ecology" (DFG -780) is an interdisciplinary research group comprising all three universities of Berlin. Our department is participating in different projects.
Currently, the focus is on "Optimizing urban nature development - Dynamic change of nature functions and the urban environment of city dwellers" with the PhD-projects: "Experimental enhancement of biodiversity in urban residential areas", "Aesthetical enhancement of vegetation development in suburban areas", "Spontaneous roadside vegetation as a sink for traffic-related contaminants in urban areas"

Phase 3 (DFG 780/3) - "Optimizing urban nature development - Dynamic change of nature functions and the urban environment of city dwellers""

Experimental enhancement of biodiversity in urban residential areas
PhD student: Leonie Fischer Supervisor: Prof. Dr. Ingo Kowarik.

Spontaneous roadside vegetation as a sink for traffic-related contaminants in urban areas
PhD student: Frauke Weber Supervisor: Prof. Dr. Ingo Kowarik.

Aesthetical enhancement of vegetation development in suburban areas
PhD student: Marc-Rajan Köppler Supervisor: Prof. Dr. Ingo Kowarik.

Phase 2 (DFG 780/2) - "Shrinking Cities: Structural Changes as Opportunities for the Development of Urban Nature and Enhanced Environmental Quality for City Dwellers”

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"Urban brownfields - ecological processes and human perception" PhD student: Janneke Westermann Supervisor: Prof. Dr. Ingo Kowarik.

"The role of introduction and spread of ornamental plants for the differentiation of the Berlin flora" PhD student: Silke Will Supervisor: Prof. Dr. Ingo Kowarik.



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Phase 1 (DFG 780/2) - "Perspectives on Urban Ecology - The Example of the European Metropolis of Berlin"

Lupe

"Establishment and growth of Ailanthus altissima, Acer negundo and Acer
platanoides on an urban-rural gradient in Berlin"
PhD student: Ina Säumel. Supervisor: Prof. Dr. Ingo Kowarik.

"Seed dispersal by human activity along an urban-rural gradient and ist impact on biodiversity patterns" PhD student: Moritz von der Lippe. Supervisor: Prof. Dr. Ingo Kowarik.

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