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The European Wildcat in the Upper Rhine Valley and region Kaiserstuhl

Since 1912, the European Wildcat was considered to be extinct in Baden-Württemberg for almost a century. Then two carcasses were found in the Upper Rhine Valley and genetically identified as pure wildcats. Ever since, continuous evidence of its occurrence has been found.

Insects benefit from storms in the forest

Storm-ravaged woodland is approximately twice as rich in insect species as undamaged forest. Many endangered forest insects benefit from the brighter, warmer climatic conditions there.

Wildfire risk in times of climate change

Climate change is talked about a lot nowadays. Institutions are trying to find possibilities to comply with the 2°C-target to keep climate change in a tolerable dimension. This article is supposed to depict the correlation between climate change and increasing wildfire risk.

Multifunctional mire protection in the forest

For more than 200 years, mires were systematically and intensively exploited by mankind. Today we know that mire protection is also good for climate protection. This has given new momentum to the renaturalisation of mires.

Sinneswandeln – changing perceptions

Near Würzburg in northern Bavaria, a barrier-free forest experience trail has been created. The trail can be negotiated independently by visitors both with and without disabilities, and that gives everyone something new to try out.

Effective medication or a harmless household remedy?

With liming, comparisons with human medicine are unavoidable since lime works like a strong medication on the soils and forests. Medications often have risks and side effects. Patients are to be informed of this before their use.

First Syrian woodpecker in Germany

A great spotted woodpecker – or could it be a Syrian woodpecker? Unless you look very carefully, it is easy to confuse the birds. But the Syrian woodpecker has one key feature that enables us to distinguish it from the great spotted woodpecker.

Do thinning measures help in dry periods?

For spruce climate change is heavy. Forest owners can help them just with silvicultural measures. Can a thinning measure exonerate the water balance of the trees?

Green, amber or red? Species protected by the FFH Habitats Directive in Bavaria

The EU member states are required to monitor the state of the species and habitat types protected under the Habitats Directive regularly. Based on the results of this monitoring, the FFH Habitats Directive Report is published every six years.

Laser scanning trees

Inventory – everybody knows that out of firms, but a stock is also taken in forest. To make that easier, you can use laser scanning. It is possible to make it airborne, but also terrestrial – with TLS.

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