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Picture: The photo shows a pollen-laden Earth Bumblebee, Latin Bombus terrestris, flying into an orange-red poppy flower hanging downwards. There are drops of water on the leaves of the flower. Green ears of grain can be seen in the background.
MacroBEEs (Contributing project)
#Animals  #2020 – 2023  #Biodiversity […]
Picture: The photo shows an unmown meadow with an area marked with white tape. In the foreground are project leader Professor Anja Linstädter and PhD student Florian Männer, both wearing hats to protect them from the sun. Ms. Linstädter is holding a black flat box in her hands at waist level. Inside the box is a white reference plate over which Mr. Männer is holding a field spectrometer to calibrate it. In the background of the image is a fenced climate measurement station and a row of bushes and trees. Meadows and forests can be seen on the horizon
SEBAS (Contributing project)
#Theory, Modelling & Upscaling  #2020 – 2023  #Functional diversity […]
Picture: The photo shows a beech forest in winter where a hole-cutting operation has been carried out. In an open area in front of standing trees, one can see tree stumps and sawn tree trunks lying on top of each other.
Forest structure (Core project)
#Forest & Deadwood  #2020 – 2023  #Spruce […]
Picture: The drawing shows a historical map of the Hainich from the year eighteen hundred and seventy.
HiLUCC (Contributing project)
#Theory, Modelling & Upscaling  #2020 – 2023  #2017 – 2020  #Biodiversity […]
Picture: The photo shows a piece of forest with sawed-off trees after a hole cutting has been carried out.
Forest structure (Core project)
#Forest & Deadwood  #2017 – 2020  #Spruce […]
Figure: The photo shows storks looking for food in a meadow that has just been mowed. A tractor with attached equipment is driving on the right side of the photo. Other meadows as well as rows of shrubs and individual deciduous trees can be seen in the background.
HEDGE II (Contributing project)
#Theory, Modelling & Upscaling  #2017 – 2020  #Remote sensing […]