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Biodiversität und Naturschutzbiologie im Nahen Osten (Israel, Jordanien, Sinai): Lebensräume, Arten und Landnutzung (Freilandübung)

Dozent/in: Thorsten Aßmann

Einzeltermin | Mi, 14.10.2015, 18:15 - Mi, 14.10.2015, 21:45 | extern | Universität Hamburg, Martin-Luther-King-Platz
Einzeltermin | Mi, 11.11.2015, 18:15 - Mi, 11.11.2015, 21:45 | C 13.120 Labor
Einzeltermin | Di, 23.02.2016, 10:15 - Do, 25.02.2016, 15:45 | C 13.120 Labor | Blockveranstaltung an den drei Tagen von 10.15 bis 15.45 Uhr in Lüneburg und in Hamburg, Martin-Luther King-Platz
Einzeltermin | Mo, 07.03.2016, 09:00 - Mo, 21.03.2016, 00:00 | extern | Freiulandübung in Israel

Inhalt: The Middle East displays an impressive ecological diversity resulting from long-lasting habitat continuity and the unique biogeographic location at the crossroad between the large Sahara-Arabia desert belt and the Mediterranean region. High mountain chains with more continental climate and dry tropic valleys with oases and wadis contribute also to the outstanding diversity of habitats. During Neolithic period one of the most important human colonization events with numerous cultivated plants for agriculture started in the given region and influenced significantly the early development of Europe’s human population. As a melting and flashpoint of ethnical and religious groups the Middle East has a vivid history which seems to culminate in a drastic increase of human population during the last decades. Profound changes in land use are the consequence. Today, habitat loss and fragmentation, but also novel habitat changes endanger the outstanding biodiversity of the Middle East. The aim of this integrative course which combines elements of an excursion and a field course is to introduce students into both the performance of a biodiversity survey in an area with limited taxonomic exploration and the conservation efforts to protect biodiversity and ecosystems under novel threats in Israel and Jordan. A special focus is given to field collaborations and interviews with scientists, citizen scientists, local people, students from other universities (Hamburg, Lüneburg, Madaba, Tel Aviv), and experienced practitioners from NGOs and state institutions.

Ringvorlesung Naturschutz (Vorlesung)

Dozent/in: Thorsten Aßmann, Werner Härdtle, Johann Schreiner

wöchentlich | Donnerstag | 18:15 - 19:45 | 12.10.2015 - 29.01.2016 | C HS 5
Einzeltermin | Do, 28.04.2016, 18:15 - Do, 28.04.2016, 19:45 | C HS 5