Freiburg's Institute of Applied Animal Ecology
Our Institute was founded in April 2010, continuing the successful work of Brinkmann's Planning Office. Our interdisciplinary team includes biologists, landscape architects and a GIS-technician; a proven team of experts providing over 25 years of experience in applied animal ecology ready to supply solutions for your needs.
Our main focus is the development and application of management plans, species protection and species monitoring programs. We conduct ecological studies and offer consulting services to government agencies and private companies in all areas concerning nature conservation and environment protection.
Through applied research projects we aim not only to widen our area of expertise, but also to broaden our own professional horizon.
|Title||Author||Date||Type of Content||Technology Type||Stressor||Receptor|
|Bat Activity at Nacelle Height Over Forest||Reers, H., et al.||February 2017||Book Chapter||Wind Energy general||Bats|
|Mortality estimation from carcass searches using the R-package carcass - a tutorial||Korner-Nievergelt, F., et al.||January 2015||Journal Article||Wind Energy general|
|Estimating Bat and Bird Mortality Occurring at Wind Energy Turbines from Covariates and Carcass Searches Using Mixture Models||Korner-Nievergelt, F., et al.||July 2013||Journal Article||Wind Energy general, Land-Based Wind||Dynamic Device||Bats, Birds|