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IPBES Assessment on the diverse conceptualization of multiple values of nature and its benefits
Prof. Stefanie Engel and Dr. Ann-Kathrin Koessler have been selected to contribute as Lead Author and Fellow, respectively, to the upcoming IPBES report 'Methodological assessment regarding the diverse conceptualization of multiple values of nature and its benefits'. IPBES, the Intergovernmental Science-Policy Platform on Biodiversity and Ecosystem Services, is a scientific, inter-governmental panel of the UN, which aims to provide objective and reliable information on the state and development of biodiversity and ecosystem services. The forthcoming report deals with the issue which methods and tools are suited for the assessment of the multiple values of biodiversity and ecosystem services. For more information on IPBES, see https://www.de-ipbes.de
Stefanie Engel became member of the new DFG Permanent Senate Commission on Fundamental Issues of Biological Diversity.
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Zarfl C, Berlekamp J, He F, Jähnig SC, Darwell W, Tockner K (2019). Future large hydropower dams impact global freshwater magafauna. Scientific Reports 9(1), 18531.
Atwood E, Falcieri FM, Piehl S, Bochow M, Matthies M, Franke J, Carniel S, Sclavo M, Laforsch C, Siegert F (2019). Coastal accumulation of microplastic particles emitted from the Po river, Northern Italy: Comparing remote sensing and hydrodynamic modelling with in situ sampling collection. Marin. Pollut. Bull. 138, 561-574.
Köhnke MC, Malchow H (2019). Wave pinning in competition-diffusion models in variable environments. Journal of Theoretical Biology 461, 204-214.
Bate AM, Hilker FM (2018). Preytaxis and travelling waves in an eco-epidemiological model. Bulletin of Mathematical Biology, in press, doi
Weide V, Varriale MC, Hilker FM (2018). Hydra effect and paradox of enrichment in discrete-time predator-prey models. Mathematical Biosciences, in press, DOI
Bellman Prize for mathematical analysis of harvest timing
The 16th Bellman Prize goes to Frank Hilker, professor of Applied Systems Science, and his co-authors Begoña Cid und Eduardo Liz from the University of Vigo in Spain. The prize epitomizes the successful application of rigorous mathematics and computation to a highly pertinent biological phenomenon.
Ricke A, Bondarenko E, Úr G, Kálai T, Hideg K, Steinhoff H-J, Matthies M (2018). Interaction kinetics of sulfadiazine and N-Acetyl-sulfadiazine with soil humic acid: ESR Investigations with nitroxide spin labels. Appl. Magnet. Reson. DOI: 10.1007/s00723-018-1082-2
Bengfort M, Siekmann I, Malchow H (2018). Invasive competition with Fokker-Planck diffusion and noise. Ecological Complexity 34, 134-138.
Francomano E, Hilker FM, Paliaga M, Venturino E (2018) Separatrix reconstruction to identify tipping points in an eco-epidemiological model. Applied Mathematics and Computation 318, 80-91.
Wunder S, Brouwer R, Engel S, Ezzine-de-Blas D, Muradian R, Pascual U, Pinto R (2018) From principles to practice in paying for nature's services. Nature Sustainability 1, 145-150. Available here