How smartphones can help detect ecological change

Plant occurrence data collected with an app uncovers macroecological patterns in Germany


(Photo: Jana Wäldchen / MPI-BGC)

Less precipitation means less plant diversity

Climate change might lead to changes in plant diversity, especially in the world’s drylands


(Photo: Kristin Ludewig)

Limited value of tree plantations for biodiversity conservation

Plantations are home to significantly less beetles than old-growth forest.


(Photo: J. C. Lobo / Adobe Stock)


11.05.21 | TOP NEWS, Media Release, Research, iDiv
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