RESIST investigates how water bodies and their habitats respond to the mutilpe pressures. Funded by the German Research Foundation (DFG) with 12.3 million Euros.
The AQUATAG project is the first to quantify recreation along freshwaters in Germany at large spatial scales to assess its effect on the ecological status of these ecosystems.
Develop an integrative framework of coupled models for predicting the immediate and long-term consequences of land-use and climate change
The aim of the project is the development of a standardized, practical and a nationwide applica-ble method to assess the biological floodplain status.
The project aims to assess freshwater biodiversity in gravel pit lakes.
Plattform for online calculation tools to determine the ecological quality of water bodies. The plattform is operated by the Aquatic Ecology on behalf of the Federal Environment Agency.
Provide a proposal for a renewed monitoring system of the Baltic Sea marine environment.
In cooperation with the ABU Soest, the Department of Aquatic Ecology investigated the macrozoobenthos of streams in the Arnsberg Forest
Developing knowledge rules for different scenarios in four case-study catchments to derive management recommendations how to optimize the overall effect of woody riparian buffers.
The joint Irish-German project aims to develop an evidence-based and interactive decision support tool for managing Ireland’s freshwater ecosystem services.
Multivariate analyses of the impacts of water quality deterioration and further stressors on freshwater organism (MAESTRO)
Development of diagnostic tools to identify causal stressors using macrozoobenthos in line with the stream assessment according to the WFD
Quality and management of intermittent rivers and associated groudwaters in the Mediterranenan Basis
How bioinvasions and parasites modulate climate change impact on benthic communities
Novel approaches to assess toxicity of platinum-group elements in aquatic environments
The aim is a literature-based inventory of the current situation with regard to dry periods in Germany
Combining uptake and subcellular partitioning/toxicokinetics and toxicodynamics in modelling Cu2+ toxicity to zebra mussels, taking into account water chemistry
Drivers of cryptic species coexistence in stream ecosystems – a case study using gammarid amphipods from Sicily
Research on the operating behaviour and resource consumption of the activated carbon stage of the Dülmen wastewater treatment plant with special consideration of the achievable effects on the upstream water body
Ecotoxicological Effects of Micropollutants on Macroinvertebrates by using the Biosensor-System LimCo®