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Category: Master Course Tropical Forestry


Workshop on Project Monitoring and Reporting: Introduction to Geographic Methods using Open-Source Software

BluoVerda Deutschland e.V., an association established by alumni from the MSc and PhD program at our Chair of Tropical Forestry and Weltweit e.V., are organizing the online workshop “Project Monitoring and Reporting: Introduction to Geographic Methods using Open-Source Software”. This is…

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Job call – Tutor for the MsC Tropical Forestry

The chair of Tropical Forestry at the TUD is offering a Tutor position for the Tropical Forestry Master Course in Tharandt. Due to the Corona pandemic the previous process was interrupted, therefore the deadline for application is extended to 29.05.2020….

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Module on International Nature Conservation on the Island of Vilm, Baltic Sea

When I first got to know about the module on International Nature Conservation on the isle of Vilm organized by the German Federal Agency for Nature Conservation (Bundesamt für Naturschutz – BfN), I was not sure if should I apply…

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Discussing forest rehabilitation in Africa with a German Member of Parliament

Our Chair of Tropical Forestry welcomed in 2019, Mr. Andreas Lämmel – a Member of Parliament with his constituency in Dresden. Mr. Lämmel is the Chair of a working group “Africa” within his parliamentary party of the Christian Democratic Union….

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My experience as alumna working for the institute as resource person for the master module “Planning at Project and Landscape Scale”

One of our recent alumni and DAAD scholarship holder from Ecuador, Nicole Acosta, contributed to the teaching of the Master program in Tropical Forestry by integrating her master thesis project to the module “Planning at Project and Landscape Scale”. This…

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Viewing forests from the sky – a guest lecture by a land monitoring specialist

How to measure the global forest cover and track forest loss from your working desk? In his annual guest lecture, on 16 January,  Marcelo Rezende explained the development of land monitoring through satellite images to the students of the MSc…

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