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What are the main drivers and constraints for floodplain restoration and land-use change in floodplains? Institutional analysis of floodplain restoration in Germany
Literature review; Case-study research; qualitative interviews; discourse analysis possible; German language skills required!!
restoration policies and shifting policy contexts (flood protection, water policy, nature protection; EU / Germany); institutional setting in selected case-study regions; identification of land-use conflicts; new windows of opportunity for floodplain restoration

LanAu - Land-use adaptation for floodplain development in Germany
Alexandra Dehnhardt, Kati Häfner
Assessing the benefits of water-related ecosystem services
Literature review; data collection and analysis; quantification
identification of water ecosystem services in two selected case-studies in Germany (Danube and Nahe); focus on hydrological services (instream and off-stream uses)

RESI - River Ecosystem Service Index
Alexandra Dehnhardt
Analysing land price development as argument for pro-active conservation or revitalization of flood plains
Literature review; data collection and analysis including GIS; quantification
Depending on the case study: German language skills required!!

quantification of price development for different types of land in floodplains and the products and services they offer; identification of main drivers; possible case-studies in Germany are Danube and Nahe but also the Aller or a state level (e.g. Saxony) would be possible; address the temporal aspect of allocation of conservation measures with the EU WFD in mind

LanAu - Land-use adaptation for floodplain development in Germany
Alexandra Dehnhardt, Kati Häfner
The economic value of urban green
Literature review/ Meta Analysis
a meta study on the value of urban green; based on valuation studies of urban ecosystem services (cultural, regulating and provisioning ecosystem services)

Julian Sagebiel (Jesko Hirschfeld)
The benefits from improved ecosystem services at the Baltic sea
Analysis of discrete choice experiment data
based on a survey conducted in 2014; the student will analyse discrete choice data on destination choice at the Baltic Sea; skills in statistical analysis and programs are required (e.g. Stata)

RadOstRegionale Anpassungsstrategien für die deutsche Osteeküste
Julian Sagebiel
Spatial distribution of benefits and costs of afforestation
GIS Analysis, Cost-Benefit Analysis
based on existing data on costs and benefits of afforestation, the student will conduct a spatial cost-benefit analysis; the aim is to create a map, indicating areas where afforestation is feasable and shows positive benefit-cost-ratios

CCLandStraD – Climate Change-Land Use Strategies /with additional data from Thünen Institute
Julian Sagebiel
A meta study on the benefits of river related ecosystem services derived from Stated Preferences study
Literature review/Meta Analysis
several studies have investigated the benefits of ecosystem services at rivers; analyse these studies and, by means of a meta-regression, estimate the value of river related ecosystem services and the determinants of the willingness to pay for these services

Julian Sagebiel
Travel choices: How far do people travel to relax?
GIS analysis, regression
using GIS data on recreational destinations; analyse the travel distances of people for recreation and the factors that influence it

InStröHmung / CCLandStraD – Climate Change-Land Use Strategies
Julian Sagebiel
Non Use values of an intact Baltic coast and distance decay
Contingent Valuation
based on a contingent valuation study for improvements at the Baltic sea coastline; investigate the differences in willingness to pay between users and non-users; to what extent, influences the distance to the home the willingness to pay

RadOstRegionale Anpassungsstrategien für die deutsche Osteeküste
Julian Sagebiel
Contingent valuation: A valid method
Literature review
contingent valuation is highly contested as a valid method to estimate the value of non-market goods; especially after the Deepwater Horizon oil spill in 2010, the debate gained momentum; review the recent literature on economic valuation methods

several economic valuation of ecosystem services
Julian Sagebiel, Jesko Hirschfeld, Alexandra Dehnhardt

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