Results 2016

Research contributions

In the following we present a selection of articles written by Kenyan and German scientists and students (including media press), and provide slides of some of the given presentations.

Habel JC, Teucher M, Schmitt T, Ulrich W (2017) Documenting the chronology of ecosystem health erosion along East African rivers. Journal of Remote Sensing in Ecology and Conservation.

Habel JC, Teucher M, Pschonny S, Rost S, Fischer C (2015) Beyond prime areas of nature protection in East Africa: conservation ecology of a narrowly distributed Kenyan endemic bird species. Biodiversity and Conservation 24: 3071-3082.
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Habel JC, Eggermont H, Teucher M, Hornetz B, Jaetzold R, Kasili S, Kimatu JN, Mairura Z, Mulwa RK, Weisser WW, Lens L (2015) Real-world complexity of food security and biodiversity conservation. Biodiversity and Conservation 24: 1531-1539.

Teucher M, Fischer C, Busch C, Horn M, Igl J, Kerner J, Müller A, Mulwa RK, Habel JC (2015) A Kenyan endemic bird at home in invasive thickets. Journal for Basic and Applied Ecology 16: 180-188.

Habel JC, Teucher M, Rödder D, Bleicher M-T, Dieckow C, Wiese A, Fischer C (2016) Kenyan endemic bird species at home in novel ecosystem. Ecology and Evolution 6: 2494–2505 .
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Habel JC, Teucher M, Eggermont H, Haber WW, Lens L (2016) Nature conservation at the edge. Biodiversity and Conservation 25: 791-799.

Habel JC, Lens L, Eggermont H, Githiru M, Mulwa RK, Shauri HS, Lewinsohn TM, Weisser WW, Schmitt T (2017) More topics from the tropics: additional thoughts to Mammides et al. Biodiversity and Conservation 26: 237.

Presentations held at National Museums of Kenya during our Kick-off  meeting:

Reconciling human livelihood needs and nature conservation in East African forest biodiversity hotspots – Introduction

Ten years of biodiversity research in Kenya – State of the art

Introducing the chair of Terrestrial Ecology

Introducing the Technical University Munich (and Bavaria)

Movement ecology: Habitat demands and foraging in fragmented environments

A rapid ecosystem function assessment to promote basic and applied ecology

Presentations held at South Eastern Kenya University during our workshop

Reconciling human livelihood needs and nature conservation in East African forest biodiversity hotspots – Introduction

Introducing the South Eastern Kenya University

Conservation ecology – Movements and population structures in fragmented environments

Analysing land cover with the help of GIS – prerequisites, planning, acquisition and processing of geodata

Human acceptance and ecological efficiency of divergent conservation strategies in fragile forest regions: A case study of South-East Kenya

Social aspects in environmental sciences – improving human livelihood and ecosystem quality

Why to consider Human-Nature Relations in Science?

Education, communication and managemen

A rapid ecosystem function assessment to promote basic and applied ecology

Movement ecology meets land cover mapping

Conservation planning as a transdisciplinary process

Presentations held in Europe

Ecosystem health erosion along East African dryland rivers – Socio-ecological perspectives – Talk at the annual meeting of the Society of Tropical Ecology

Mediapress

AS-Nairobi_Newsletter_April 2016

Data sets

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GIS files