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Graduiertenkolleg "Urban Water Interfaces" (UWI) [1]

UWI is an interdisciplinary research training group of engineers and natural scientists located at the Technische Universität Berlin and the Leibniz-Institute of Freshwater Ecology and Inland Fisheries (IGB), funded by the Deutsche Forschungsgemeinschaft (DFG). The overall aim of the UWI research training group is to educate excellent graduate students in a structured framework. We want to achieve a new quality of general process understanding in urban water systems by investigating urban water interfaces as an innovative research topic, our pioneering qualification concept and interdisciplinary and international collaboration.

 

Subprojects:

N3 Greenhouse gas formation and flux across boundaries in urban water bodies [2]

N4 Ecosystem metabolism in natural and technical aquatic systems of urban environments [3]

 

 

Illuminating Lake Ecosystems (ILES) [4]

The project "Illuminating lake ecosystems – ILES" studies the ecological consequences of light pollution and the underlying mechanisms. The experiments are performed in the LakeLab [5] (Lake Stechlin, Leibniz-Institute for Freshwater Ecology and Inland Fisheries), where skyglow is simulated in 10 enclosures using a specially developed light system. 

Further information on the running experiment (Summer 2018) can be found here [6]. 

 

 

Berlin-Brandenburgisches Institut für Biodiversitätsforschung (BIBB) [7]

The overarching goal of BBIB is to bridge disciplines, scales and systems in biodiversity research. The BIBS project constitutes a core study within the BBIB framework, aiming to provide a proof-of-principle for the bridging approach.

The research team is involved in the work package "aquatic-terrestrial coupling" [8]. 

 

 

Seelabor Leibniz-Institut für Gewässerökologie und Binnenfischerei [9]

Das Seelabor ist eine große Versuchsanlage des Leibniz-Instituts für Gewässerökologie und Binnenfischerei (IGB) im brandenburgischen Stechlinsee. Die Anlage besteht aus 24 Seebecken von jeweils 9 Metern Durchmesser und ca. 20 Metern Tiefe, welche vom übrigen See abgetrennt sind. Darin werden Klimaszenarien der Zukunft simuliert und ihre Effekte auf den See erforscht. 

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