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Welcome to the Institute of Geography and Geoecology

IfGG Network

Our research and education focus on the synergies among human society, soil, water, vegetation and climate. Sustainable handling of our environment is inconceivable without an understanding of these interactions.

Studying at the IFGG

Geography (State examination, B.Ed. and M.Ed.)

Geoecology (B.Sc. and M.Sc.)

Research at IfGG

Vegetation
Vegetation science and Biogeography

Soil
Geomorphology and Soil science

Society
Human geography

Rivers
River and floodplain ecology

Cooperations
Associated working groups (climate and environment center)

 

 

NEWS

Summer School

A Summer School on Land Use and Ecosystem Change will take place in August 2019 at the KITCampus
Alpin, IMK-IFU (Garmisch-Partenkirchen). Master and doctoral students are invited to learn about and discuss a wide range of issues related to ecosystem functioning, socio-ecological systems and land use change

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Where's the car going?

Caroline Kramer discussed the mobility of the future with car experts in the SWR2-Forum (radio broadcast in German).

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DFG funded project on online trading launched

The DFG grants Thomas Wieland (AG Gesellschaft) a research project on the spatial impact of online trade. It deals with the causes and motives of online shopping.

 
Biodiversität der Flussauen Deutschlands

Auf Grundlage der Ergebnisse eines F&E Vorhabens des BfN wurde unter der Leitung des IfGGs (Aue) der Kenntnisstand zur Biodiversität der Flussauen erstmals für Deutschland in einem Buch veröffentlicht.

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J. Eichel wins Nature Geoscience competition

... with the best "Geostory". She describes connections between vegetation and landscape development