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Dendrom


The BMBF supported cooperative research project DENDROM with total funds of nearly 2 million Euros brings together 17 institutions from scientific and applied fields. The goal is to develop integrated strategies and implementation concepts for the sustainable production of wood for its direct and indirect use as an energy source.The emphasized regions of research are the administrative districts of Uckermark and Barnim in the north and the Elbe-Elster and Oberspreewald-Lausitz districts in the south of the model region Brandenburg.


Head of the project:

Prof. Dr. Murach 


Cooperation partners:

Inst. für Ökologische Wirtschaftsforschung, BTU Cottbus, LFE Eberswalde, Leibnitz-Institut für Agrartechnik Potsdam-Bornim, Internat. Institut für Wald u. Holz Münster, TFH Wildau, Förderges. Erneuerbare Energien e.V., Kompetenzzentrum HessenRohstoffe Brandenburg, Energie und Technologieinitiative, PIK Potsdam, ZALF, ChorenBiomass GmbH, Volkswagen AG, Landwirtschaftliche Betriebe


Duration:

06/2005 – 05/2008


Financing institutions:

BMBF; Projekträger Forschungszentrum Jülich


Key words:

Energy wood, short rotation, logistic optimization


Homepage:

Dendrom


 


Biodem

The project BIODEM, financed by PCK-Schwedt, has experimental and demonstrational plots in different regions of Brandenburg to investigate the site potential in regard to the yield of different fast growing trees to be able to compare the yields of wooden and spear-like bio mass considering economical and ecological aspects.

Head of the project:

Prof. Dr. Murach 

Cooperation partner:

PCK Schwedt

Duration:

10/2005 – 05/2009

Financing Institution:

PCK Schwedt

Key words:

Energy wood; poplar; willow; BtL-fuels; short rotation

Homepage:

BIODEM

 


Sustainable management of mixed oak-pine stands in the sub-continental North-East-German lowlands

Cooperative project „OakChain“Sub-project „Treatment and Use of Small Diameter Logs of Sessile Oak“ The sub-project works out solutions for processing, product design and marketing of oak wood. The cooperation with the sawmill “Holzindustrie Templin GmbH” provides the technical facilities for the storage, drying and cutting of the wood. The subsequent treatment takes place both in the sawmill and the technical laboratory of the University of Applied Sciences Eberswalde. Subtask are the investigation of the suitability of small-diameter oak wood for the production of thermally modified oak wood (TMT) and examination of the possibilities to substitute plastics, metals and mineral building materials by semi-finished material, which could be made of small diameter oak wood. The ultimate goal is to implement the results in the future in companies of the forestry-based industry.

Head of the project:

Prof. Dr. H. Frommhold

Cooperation partners:

BTU, LFE, PIK, TFH, TUD, Holzindustrie Templin

Duration:

05/2005 – 04/2009

Financing institution:

BMBF

Key words:

Small diameter oak wood


Forest-technical management of the urban forest Treuenbritzen by the UoAS Eberswalde

In close cooperation with the municipality of the city of Treuenbritzen planning and management concepts for the communal forest areas were worked out.

Head of the project:

Prof. Dr. W.-H. v.d. Wense

Duration:

01.01.2002 – open ended

Financing institution:

Town of Treuenbrietzen

Key words:

forest scheduling; operational concept; cultivation model; Controlling


 

Protected areas in Germany and Climate Change — Risks and management options

In the coming decades protected areas in Germany will be under considerable changes regarding their natural potential due to climate change — independent from uncertainties in the regional pattern of climate change. This problem is a new challenge to national nature protection strategies, including keeping the goals of international conventions. This project strives to make a risk assessment for a comprehensive and representative range of protected areas in Germany. It is to be checked which risks may have an impact on the achievement of certain protection goals. With the ecological risk assessment options for a dynamic nature policy shall be derived in dialogue with stakeholders from public and private nature protection agencies. The primary goal of the presented study is to examine the risks of climate change in regard to nature protection in the 21st century for a comprehensive and representative list of existing protected areas in Germany.

Head of the project:

Prof. Dr. Pierre Ibisch

Cooperation partners:

 

W. Cramer, Potsdam Institut für Klimafolgenforschung; S. Klotz, Helmholtzzentrum für Umweltforschung Leipzig-Halle; Katrin Böhning-Gaese, Universität Mainz

Duration:

08 / 2006 - 08 / 2009

Financing institution:

Bundesamt für Naturschutz

Key words:

Biodiversity; nature protection; protected areas; climate change

(last change: 30.09.2010 by Felix Cybulla)