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AffiliationUniversität Leipzig
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The Biogeography and Conservation Biology Group seeks to better understand dynamics in coupled human-natural systems, and how these dynamics affect species and communities – from landscape to global scales. Our research aims at identifying ways to balance human resource use with the conservation of biodiversity, and is strongly motivated by providing solutions to real-world conservation problems. The group develops and applies approaches grounded in spatial ecology, quantitative geography, conservation planning, spatial statistics, econometric modeling, and remote sensing. We work in strong collaboration with researchers and science institutions worldwide, and we are active contributors to science networks such as the Global Land Project and Diversitas.

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AffiliationHumboldt University Berlin
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The Biogeography and Conservation Biology Group seeks to better understand dynamics in coupled human-natural systems, and how these dynamics affect species and communities – from landscape to global scales. Our research aims at identifying ways to balance human resource use with the conservation of biodiversity, and is strongly motivated by providing solutions to real-world conservation problems. The group develops and applies approaches grounded in spatial ecology, quantitative geography, conservation planning, spatial statistics, econometric modeling, and remote sensing. We work in strong collaboration with researchers and science institutions worldwide, and we are active contributors to science networks such as the Global Land Project and Diversitas.

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AffiliationHumboldt University Berlin
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AffiliationLeibniz-Zentrum für Marine Tropenökologie
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Kerstin Jantke

My interests cover interdisciplinary research on ecosystems and protected areas at the interfaces of conservation biology, land economics and climate change. More specifically, I am working on the application of systematic conservation planning methods to European conservation problems, on the implementation of economic concepts into conservation planning as well as on simultaneous planning for biodiversity conservation and mitigation of climate change.

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AffiliationResearch Unit Sustainability and Global Change, Universität Hamburg, Germany
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