Abt. Prof. Bässler

We are working in the field of conservation and applied ecology. Global loss of biodiversity due to changes in climate and land use is setting the frame for our research and teaching activities.
Overall aim of our research is the development of models to improve our mechanistic understanding how climate and land use change affects biodiversity and subsequent ecosystem processes.
We aim to develop mitigation concepts to maintain both, the use of resources in times of climate change and the maintenance of biodiversity. For this purpose, we foster collaborations with international research groups, stakeholders and conservation authorities.


We consider different taxonomic groups (e.g., plants, fungi, bacteria, insects) within our research and use classical (e.g., field surveys) and molecular methods (e.g., metabarcoding, phylogenetic analysis) together with advanced statistical analyses to characterize and understand biological communities. Our studies are based on survey and experimental data at different spatial and temporal scales.

We frequently provide opportunities to conduct bachelor, master and PhD theses at our department.

Do you have a specific research project in mind? Please contact Prof. Claus Bässler.

​Kontakt

Prof. Dr. Claus Bässler

Goethe-Universität Frankfurt

Institute for Ecology, Evolution and Diversity

Department Biodiversity Conservation

Biologicum

Max-von-Laue-Str. 13

D-60438 Frankfurt am Main

Phone ++49 (0) 69 – 798 42136

Baessler@bio.uni-frankfurt.de


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