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Welcome to the Institute of Geography and Geoecology

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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 the IFGG

Vegetation
Vegetation science and Biogeography

Soil
Geomorphology and Soil science

Society
Human geography

Rivers
River and floodplain ecology

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Associated working groups (climate and environment center)

 

 

NEWS

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Special issue: Biodiversity in the sea and on land

In a new special issue "On the Value of Biological Diversity - Biodiversity in the Sea and on Land" [in German] of the Earth System Knowledge Platform, questions are asked about what biodiversity means in modern scientific understanding and what role it plays in our lives.

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New book publication: Rivers of the Alps

The book "Rivers of the Alps", published in German and English and co-edited by Gregory Egger, offers a vivid and comprehensive documentation of the manifold significance of Alpine rivers from different perspectives.

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New book publication: Geographies of Schooling

The anthology, co-edited by Caroline Kramer, explores the complex relationship between schooling as a set of practices embedded in educational institutions and their specific spatial dimensions. Available open acesss as part of the Springer-series "Knowledge and Space".

 
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Paper Award

Sophia Leimer received the Early Career Publication Award 2018 of the journal Ecohydrology for her paper about the influence of plant diversity on the water balance of Central European grassland. The paper was also under the top 20 most downloaded of the journal in the period 2017-2018.

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New book publication: Zeitgerechte Stadt

The anthology, co-edited by Caroline Kramer, discusses concepts and perspectives of a fair timely city for planning practice. Presented on 24.07.2019 in Berlin and available (in German) from the Akademie für Raumforschung und Landesplanung.

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J. Eichel wins Nature Geoscience competition

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