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SS 2020
LectureTypeSPPSECTS-CreditsCourse number
Dokumentation, Präsentation, Reflexion ILV 1,0 0,0 4.3
Vorbereitung, Methoden ILV 1,0 0,0 4.1
WS 2019
LectureTypeSPPSECTS-CreditsCourse number
Bauleitung, Funktion Naturschutzfachkraft ILV 1,0 0,0 2.1
Einführung, Rahmen, Orientierung ILV 0,5 0,0 1.1
TitelAutorJahr
TitelAutorJahr
Run-TimeJune/2020 - December/2024
Project management
  • Michael Jungmeier
  • Project staff
  • Monika Auinger
  • Alexander THAMER
  • ForschungsschwerpunktNaturschutz
    Studiengang
  • FH Kärnten Research
  • ForschungsprogrammKooperationsvertrag
    Förderinstitution/Auftraggeber
  • Biosphärenpark Verwaltung Nockberge
  • Biosphere reserves (BRs) as recognized model regions for sustainable development are supposed to maintain permanent access to scientific findings, innovation, new technologies and scholarly discussions. The project Science_Linknockberge is an institutionalized cooperation between the Nockberge BR, the Carinthia University of Applied Sciences and Klagenfurt University.
    The long-term cooperation between BR and the partner universities is based on a contract. It aims at (1) building a bridge between excellent international research and everyday life in the region of Nockberge, (2) stimulating, triggering and scientifically supervising technical, economical, ecological and social innovations in the region, (3) giving access to international developments and trends and the scientific community as well and (4) to raise public awareness for the importance and potentials of the biosphere reserve. The biosphere reserve contributes technical, logistical and financial support to the research activities, the universities contribute network and scientific expertise.
    In both universities two student employees are involved to help students to develop research questions that can be elaborated in the frame of seminar works, bachelor or master theses. The cooperation has already lead to considerable results and publications.

    • Biosphärenpark Verwaltung Nockberge (Fördergeber/Auftraggeber)
    Run-TimeJune/2020 - December/2024
    Project management
  • Michael Jungmeier
  • Project staff
  • Monika Auinger
  • Alexander THAMER
  • ForschungsschwerpunktNaturschutz
    Studiengang
  • FH Kärnten Research
  • ForschungsprogrammKooperationsvertrag
    Förderinstitution/Auftraggeber
  • Biosphärenpark Verwaltung Nockberge
  • Biosphere reserves (BRs) as recognized model regions for sustainable development are supposed to maintain permanent access to scientific findings, innovation, new technologies and scholarly discussions. The project Science_Linknockberge is an institutionalized cooperation between the Nockberge BR, the Carinthia University of Applied Sciences and Klagenfurt University.
    The long-term cooperation between BR and the partner universities is based on a contract. It aims at (1) building a bridge between excellent international research and everyday life in the region of Nockberge, (2) stimulating, triggering and scientifically supervising technical, economical, ecological and social innovations in the region, (3) giving access to international developments and trends and the scientific community as well and (4) to raise public awareness for the importance and potentials of the biosphere reserve. The biosphere reserve contributes technical, logistical and financial support to the research activities, the universities contribute network and scientific expertise.
    In both universities two student employees are involved to help students to develop research questions that can be elaborated in the frame of seminar works, bachelor or master theses. The cooperation has already lead to considerable results and publications.

    • Biosphärenpark Verwaltung Nockberge (Fördergeber/Auftraggeber)
    Run-TimeJune/2020 - December/2024
    Project management
  • Michael Jungmeier
  • Project staff
  • Monika Auinger
  • Alexander THAMER
  • ForschungsschwerpunktNaturschutz
    Studiengang
  • FH Kärnten Research
  • ForschungsprogrammKooperationsvertrag
    Förderinstitution/Auftraggeber
  • Biosphärenpark Verwaltung Nockberge
  • Biosphere reserves (BRs) as recognized model regions for sustainable development are supposed to maintain permanent access to scientific findings, innovation, new technologies and scholarly discussions. The project Science_Linknockberge is an institutionalized cooperation between the Nockberge BR, the Carinthia University of Applied Sciences and Klagenfurt University.
    The long-term cooperation between BR and the partner universities is based on a contract. It aims at (1) building a bridge between excellent international research and everyday life in the region of Nockberge, (2) stimulating, triggering and scientifically supervising technical, economical, ecological and social innovations in the region, (3) giving access to international developments and trends and the scientific community as well and (4) to raise public awareness for the importance and potentials of the biosphere reserve. The biosphere reserve contributes technical, logistical and financial support to the research activities, the universities contribute network and scientific expertise.
    In both universities two student employees are involved to help students to develop research questions that can be elaborated in the frame of seminar works, bachelor or master theses. The cooperation has already lead to considerable results and publications.

    • Biosphärenpark Verwaltung Nockberge (Fördergeber/Auftraggeber)
    Run-TimeJune/2020 - December/2024
    Project management
  • Michael Jungmeier
  • Project staff
  • Monika Auinger
  • Alexander THAMER
  • ForschungsschwerpunktNaturschutz
    Studiengang
  • FH Kärnten Research
  • ForschungsprogrammKooperationsvertrag
    Förderinstitution/Auftraggeber
  • Biosphärenpark Verwaltung Nockberge
  • Biosphere reserves (BRs) as recognized model regions for sustainable development are supposed to maintain permanent access to scientific findings, innovation, new technologies and scholarly discussions. The project Science_Linknockberge is an institutionalized cooperation between the Nockberge BR, the Carinthia University of Applied Sciences and Klagenfurt University.
    The long-term cooperation between BR and the partner universities is based on a contract. It aims at (1) building a bridge between excellent international research and everyday life in the region of Nockberge, (2) stimulating, triggering and scientifically supervising technical, economical, ecological and social innovations in the region, (3) giving access to international developments and trends and the scientific community as well and (4) to raise public awareness for the importance and potentials of the biosphere reserve. The biosphere reserve contributes technical, logistical and financial support to the research activities, the universities contribute network and scientific expertise.
    In both universities two student employees are involved to help students to develop research questions that can be elaborated in the frame of seminar works, bachelor or master theses. The cooperation has already lead to considerable results and publications.

    • Biosphärenpark Verwaltung Nockberge (Fördergeber/Auftraggeber)
    Run-TimeJune/2020 - December/2024
    Project management
  • Michael Jungmeier
  • Project staff
  • Monika Auinger
  • Alexander THAMER
  • ForschungsschwerpunktNaturschutz
    Studiengang
  • FH Kärnten Research
  • ForschungsprogrammKooperationsvertrag
    Förderinstitution/Auftraggeber
  • Biosphärenpark Verwaltung Nockberge
  • Biosphere reserves (BRs) as recognized model regions for sustainable development are supposed to maintain permanent access to scientific findings, innovation, new technologies and scholarly discussions. The project Science_Linknockberge is an institutionalized cooperation between the Nockberge BR, the Carinthia University of Applied Sciences and Klagenfurt University.
    The long-term cooperation between BR and the partner universities is based on a contract. It aims at (1) building a bridge between excellent international research and everyday life in the region of Nockberge, (2) stimulating, triggering and scientifically supervising technical, economical, ecological and social innovations in the region, (3) giving access to international developments and trends and the scientific community as well and (4) to raise public awareness for the importance and potentials of the biosphere reserve. The biosphere reserve contributes technical, logistical and financial support to the research activities, the universities contribute network and scientific expertise.
    In both universities two student employees are involved to help students to develop research questions that can be elaborated in the frame of seminar works, bachelor or master theses. The cooperation has already lead to considerable results and publications.

    • Biosphärenpark Verwaltung Nockberge (Fördergeber/Auftraggeber)
    Run-TimeJune/2020 - December/2024
    Project management
  • Michael Jungmeier
  • Project staff
  • Monika Auinger
  • Alexander THAMER
  • ForschungsschwerpunktNaturschutz
    Studiengang
  • FH Kärnten Research
  • ForschungsprogrammKooperationsvertrag
    Förderinstitution/Auftraggeber
  • Biosphärenpark Verwaltung Nockberge
  • Biosphere reserves (BRs) as recognized model regions for sustainable development are supposed to maintain permanent access to scientific findings, innovation, new technologies and scholarly discussions. The project Science_Linknockberge is an institutionalized cooperation between the Nockberge BR, the Carinthia University of Applied Sciences and Klagenfurt University.
    The long-term cooperation between BR and the partner universities is based on a contract. It aims at (1) building a bridge between excellent international research and everyday life in the region of Nockberge, (2) stimulating, triggering and scientifically supervising technical, economical, ecological and social innovations in the region, (3) giving access to international developments and trends and the scientific community as well and (4) to raise public awareness for the importance and potentials of the biosphere reserve. The biosphere reserve contributes technical, logistical and financial support to the research activities, the universities contribute network and scientific expertise.
    In both universities two student employees are involved to help students to develop research questions that can be elaborated in the frame of seminar works, bachelor or master theses. The cooperation has already lead to considerable results and publications.

    • Biosphärenpark Verwaltung Nockberge (Fördergeber/Auftraggeber)

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