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Institute of Geography,
University of Göttingen
Goldschmidtstr. 5
37077 Göttingen, Germany
Tel. +49(0)551/39-7900
Fax +49(0)551/39-8006
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Institute of Geography Göttingen





April 2013: New fellow - Dept. of Human Geography

Markus Keck 150pxSince summer term 2013 Dr. Markus Keck strengthens the research and teaching activities of the Department of Human Geography in the field of economic geography.

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Welcome New Students!

Flower Globe 150pxThe Institute of Geography welcomes all new students at our geographical study programs. We wish you a good start of successful studies full of interesting insights.
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New Collaborative Research Centre (CRC) started 1st of Jan. 2012

dfg-logo 104pxStarting in January 2012 the German Research Foundation "Deutsche Forschungsgemeinschaft" (DFG) funds the new SFB 990 „Ecological and soicoeconomic functions of tropical low land rainforest transformation systems (Sumatra, Indonesia)".
Researchers from six participating faculties of the University of Göttingen and three Indonesian universities will explore the implications of tropical rainforest conversion into palm oil and rubber plantations for local people's livelihood.
On the part of the Institute of Geography Göttingen Prof. Dr. Heiko Faust and Prof. Dr. Christoph Dittrich (beide: Abteilung Humangeographie) participate in this CRC with the project group CO2 Political and institutional impacts on cultural landscape transformation.



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Geographer from Göttingen is project leader of a new BMBF joint research project

carbiocial logo 104 pxFunded by BMBF the interdisciplinary research project carbiocial - carbon sequestration, biodiversity and social structures in Southern Amazonia: models and implementation of carbon optimised land management strategies will try to find solutions in Brasilien solutions for the following problems in connection with land use intensification: (a) loss of ecosystem services, (b) increasing releases of greenhouse gases (GHG), and (c) the reduction of livelihoods.
Around one dozen of German universities and research institutes participate in this project. Project leader: Prof. Dr. Gerhard Gerold (Department of Landscape Ecology, Institute of Geography Göttingen).



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