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Status report in DFG BioMove after one year

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Status report in DFG BioMove after one year

The Research Training Group “BioMove” (Integrating Biodiversity Research with Movement Ecology in Dynamic Agricultural Landscapes) funded by DFG got together in November 2016 in the beautiful region of Fläming, in Bad Belzig to discuss the one-year results of the 12 PhD projects. Our young enthusiastic people, PhDs, postdocs and PIs from the University of Potsdam, the Freie University Berlin, the Leibniz-Institute for Zoo and Wildlife Research Berlin and the Leibniz-Centre for Agricultural Landscape Research Müncheberg worked together in field and landscape studies in the AgroScapeLabs Quillow dealing with the movement and distribution of different organisms (rodents, foxes, bats, hares, plant seeds, zooplankton, microorganisms) and its interactions with biodiversity aspects of these populations. In Bad Belzig, the students summarized and presented the theoretical concepts, the strategy of sampling design, methods and first results of their work. After this, the PhDs met their supervisor teams and planned further work, publications and talks or posters at conferences. In the evening, the BioMove team had an intensive discussion round about the overarching BioMove concept, the general hypotheses and research questions. The BioMove team was very satisfied with fascinating results of our field studies, interesting theoretical aspects and new possibilities for new ideas.

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