Manuela Fischer

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Responses of biodiversity to changes in both land cover and climate are recognized [1] but still poorly understood [2]. This poses significant challenges for spatial planning as species could shift, contract, expand, or maintain their range inside or outside protected areas [2-4]. We examine this problem in Borneo, a global biodiversity hotspot [5], using(More)
In the framework of the CARAT collaboration, which executes work package 15 of the EU FP7 " HadronPhys-ics2 " project, the diamond group at the University of Augsburg is responsible for the development and growth of heteroepitaxial diamond films, which shall be used in particular for tracking and ToF measurements of heavy ions and minimum ionising particles.
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