FG Landschaftsplanung und Landschaftsentwicklung

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Challenges to build up a Collaborative Landscape Management (CLM) - lessons from a stakeholder analysis in Germany

Zscheischler, Jana ; Busse, Maria ; Heitepriem, Nico (2019-09-25)

Traditional cultural landscapes are of special value not only for reasons of nature conservation and high species diversity but also because they intersect with the identity of local communities, support recreation and tourism, and preserve cultural heritage. Structural changes in rural areas threaten these unique sceneries and environments in Europe and worldwide. As a result, the question of ...

Conceptualizing and analysing the acceptability of sustainability innovations in the field of land use and landscape planning

Busse, Maria (2021)

Acceptability studies on landscapes and land uses are an increasing and in-demand research field. In-depth knowledge of the acceptability of innovations enables the proactive management of innovation processes in landscapes. However, there are various research gaps: 1) the lack of consistent and comprehensive definitions of acceptance and acceptability, 2) the lack of a framework to analyse acc...

Evaluation of the Management Effectiveness of German National Parks—Experiences, Results, Lessons Learned and Future Prospects

Heiland, Stefan ; May, Anja ; Scherfose, Volker (2020-09-01)

Since 2005 until today, experience has been gained in the preparation, implementation and impacts of the evaluation of the management effectiveness of German national parks. This process began with the development of a quality set containing fields of action, criteria, standards and a questionnaire to assess the state of national park management. This quality set was applied in the first volunt...

Public green open space development of Bangkok from 1977 to 2012

Blume, Kwannate (2020)

This research seeks to investigate the development of public green open space in Bangkok from the historical period to the systematic planning of the Bangkok Metropolitan Administration from 1977 to 2012. The study aims to demonstrate the development of public green open space in Bangkok by defining the role of public green open space in Bangkok and clarifying factors that affect using public g...

Gentrification through Green Regeneration? Analyzing the Interaction between Inner-City Green Space Development and Neighborhood Change in the Context of Regrowth: The Case of Lene-Voigt-Park in Leipzig, Eastern Germany

Ali, Lena ; Haase, Annegret ; Heiland, Stefan (2020-01-16)

Green regeneration has become a common strategy for improving quality of life in disadvantaged neighborhoods in shrinking cities. The role and function of new green spaces may change, however, when cities experience new growth. Set against this context, this paper analyzes a case study, the Lene-Voigt-Park in Leipzig, which was established on a former brownfield site. Using a combination of met...

Spatial Data - potential European Key Biodiversity Areas

Bilz, Melanie (2019-06)

This dataset contains the spatial information for the dissertation on "European Red Lists and their potential to inform Key Biodiversity Area identification". Distribution data on species (amphibians, beetles, butterflies, mammals, molluscs, plants, reptiles) that are endemic to Europe and threatened with extinction was collected in 10x10 km grid cells.

European Red Lists and their potential to inform Key Biodiversity Area identification

Bilz, Melanie (2019)

Key Biodiversity Areas (KBAs) are sites that contribute significantly to the global persistence of biodiversity, encompassing the composition of biodiversity as well as ecological and biological processes. In 2016, the conservation and scientific community agreed upon a global KBA Standard, outlining five different criteria for identifying KBA sites. One of these criteria is the occurrence of s...

Mapping the Recreational Value of Non-Urban Ecosystems across Europe: Combining Meta-Analysis and GIS

Schägner, Jan Philipp ; Brandner, Luke ; Hartje, Volkmar ; Maes, Joachim ; Paracchini, Maria-Luisa (2016)

We map recreational visits and the economic value per visit spatially explicit across Europe’s non-urban ecosystems using GIS, meta-analysis and geostatistical modelling techniques. Therefore, we develop a meta-analytic visitor arrival function and a meta-analytic value transfer function by regression analysis. Primary data on the dependent variables are collected from visitor monitoring and v...

GIS-Based Mapping of Ecosystem Services: The Case of Coral Reefs

Brandner, Luke ; Eppink, Florian ; Schägner, Jan Philipp ; Beukering, Pieter van ; Wagtendonk, Alfred (2015-06-03)

This chapter illustrates the process of mapping ecosystem service values with an application to coral reef recreational values in Southeast Asia. The case study provides an estimate of the value of reef-related recreation foregone, due to the decline in coral reef area in Southeast Asia, under a baseline scenario for the period 2000 – 2050. This value is estimated by combining a visitor model, ...

Monitoring recreation across European nature areas: A geo-database of visitor counts, a review of literature and a call for a visitor counting reporting standard

Schägner, Jan Philipp ; Maes, Joachim ; Brandner, Luke ; Paracchini, Maria Luisa ; Hartje, Volkmar ; Dubois, Gregoire (2017-03-17)

Nature recreation and tourism is a substantial ecosystem service of Europe’s countryside that has a substantial economic value and contributes considerably to income and employment of local communities. Highlighting the recreational value and economic contribution of nature areas can be used as a strong argument for the funding of protected and recreational areas. The total number of recreation...

Mapping ecosystem services' values: Current practice and future prospects

Schägner, Jan Philipp ; Brandner, Luke ; Maes, Joachim ; Hartje, Volkmar (2013-03-27)

Mapping of ecosystem services' (ESS) values means valuing ESS in monetary terms across a relatively large geographical area and assessing how values vary across space. Thereby, mapping of ESS values reveals additional information as compared to traditional site-specific ESS valuation, which is beneficial for designing land use policies for maintaining ESS supply. Since the well-known article b...

Mapping recreational visits and values of European National Parks by combining statistical modelling and unit value transfer

Schägner, Jan Philipp ; Brander, Luke ; Maes, Joachim ; Paracchini, Maria Luisa ; Hartje, Volkmar (2016)

Recreation is a major ecosystem service and an important co-benefit of nature conservation. The recreational value of National Parks (NPs) can be a strong argument in favour of allocating resources for preserving and creating NPs worldwide. Managing NPs to optimize recreational services can therefore indirectly contribute to nature conservation and biodiversity protection. Understanding the dri...

Spatially explicit assessment of recreational ecosystem services

Schägner, Jan Philipp (2019)

Spatial assessments and mapping of ecosystem service values has become a widely addressed research issue. It is more and more used to consult land-use and conservation policies as well as landscape planning. Nevertheless, a variety of methods is used for ecosystem service value mapping, which lead to maps with a broad range of quality and accuracy. Still, little consensus has been reached on wh...

Indicators on the Impacts of Climate Change on Biodiversity in Germany—Data Driven or Meeting Political Needs?

Schliep, Rainer ; Walz, Ulrich ; Sukopp, Ulrich ; Heiland, Stefan (2018-10-31)

When developing new indicators for policy advice, two different approaches exist and may be combined with each other. First, a data-driven, bottom-up approach determines indicators primarily by the availability of suitable data. Second, indicators can be developed by a top-down approach, on the basis of political fields of action and related normative goals. While the bottom-up approach might n...

Zur Larvaltaxonomie, Faunistik und Ökologie mitteleuropäischer Fließwasser-Köcherfliegen (Insecta: Trichoptera)

Pitsch, Thomas (2009-02-25)

Die Larven der Köcherfliegen (Trichoptera) stellen einen erheblichen Anteil an der Besiedelung fast aller fließenden und stehenden Gewässer dar. In Mitteleuropa leben etwa 450 Arten. Ihr Vorkommen ist dabei auf Grund ihrer Ökologie zumeist auf Gewässer bzw. Gewässerabschnitte beschränkt, die ganz bestimmte Lebensbedingungen bieten. Aus dem Vorkommen solcher Arten kann daher auf den Zustand des ...