Sri Lanka

Teacher: Univ.-Prof. Dr. Jürgen Breuste

Carried out in: 2009, 2010, 2011, 2013, 2014, 2017 | Lenght: 14 days

Key Aspects: Potentials of Nature, Land Use, Risks of Usage, current Landscape Protection and its Realization, Tourism, Plans and targeted Perspectives of Development

Insular tropical ecosystems are extremely usage-sensitive and serve as a habitat for specific flora and fauna; thus, they require special protection. Among the most threatened ecosystems in this context are orobioms with a gradation of vegetation in correlation with altitude. This field trip focuses on the development of nature and landscape and the corresponding aspects within regional development: Analysis of Landscape Potentials, Determination of Conflicts within Landscape and Land Use Development, Investigation of Development Perspectives (Scenarios). These key aspects are pointed out in example areas such as National Parks and Cultural Landscapes. Barrierefreiheit: Kurzbeschreibung des Bildes

Ruhr Metropolitan Area

Teacher: Assoc.-Prof. Dr. Angela Hof

Carried out in: 2016, 2018

Lenght: 7 days

The field trip features the cities of  Dortmund, Bochum, Duisburg and Essen, a Green European Capital. Next to structural changes and urban-industrial city development, urban ecological topics will be discussed. The renaturation of the Emscher river, decentralized rainwater management, urban biodiversity as well as planning and usage concepts for former industrial areas in the Emscher Landscape Park are among the key aspects of the field trip. Barrierefreiheit: Kurzbeschreibung des Bildes

Southern France (Provence)

Teacher: Univ.-Prof. Dr. Jürgen Breuste

Carried out in: 2002, 2004, 2007, 2010, 2014, 2016

Lenght: 7 days

The field trip features a visit to the National Park Camargue and to the Nature Parks Alpilles and Luberon as well as to other parts of the Provence. The participants deal with Regional Development, Nature Protection, Sustainable Tourism, and Management of Agriculture. In general, students will familiarzie with the natural properties and culture of mediterranean landscapes in southern France

Tenerife

Teacher: Univ.-Prof. Dr. Jürgen Breuste

Carried out in: 2006, 2008, 2015

Length 14 days

Key Aspects: Potentials of Nature, Land Use, Risks of Usage, current Landscape Protection and its Realization, Tourism, Plans and targeted Perspectives of Development

Insular Orobioms – sensitve Ecosystems, useage and protection – the Example of Tenerife/Spain

Für certain segments of landscape the following tasks will be carried out: Analysis of Landscape Potentials, Determination of Conflicts within Landscape and Land Use Development, Investigation of Development Perspectives (Scenarios). The focal point of these task is the development of nature and landscape and the corresponding aspects within regional development.

Hungary and Slowakia

Teacher: Univ.-Prof. Dr. Jürgen Breuste

Carried out in: 2005, 2013, 2015

Lenght: 7 days

The field trip is concerned with projects concerning management of nature (Lake Neusiedl, Danube dams in Bratislava, National Park High Tatra/Slowakia and with the management of nature and landscape in cities (Sporon, Bratislava, Budapest and Banská Štiavnica). Furthermore, questions on landscape analysis and landscape management will be addressed and examplified. In the course of the trip, facilities where landscape management is put into practice will be visited.

Mallorca

Teacher: Assoc.-Prof. Dr. Angela Hof

Carried out in: 2017

Lenght: 7 days

On the basis of acquired skills and knowledge about geographic theories and their implementation, students will gather experiences with concrete examples in the field as well as with expert interviews. Thus, students will be able to link theory with pratice

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