Project leadership: Prof. Dr. Daniela Thrän
Project management: Dr. Marcus Eichhorn
Staff responsible with research
on AP1, AP2, AP4 (work packages): Reinhard Klenke, Anushika Bose, Aleksandra Zarzycka, Teresa Nitz (mailto:email@example.com);
other contributors to to these and other work packages can be found on the main page of this project at the Department of Bioenergy.
Cooperation partners: ÖKO-LOG Freilandforschung (company for the implementation of ecological research results), NACHTaktiv – Biologen für Fledermauskunde GbR (bat biologists), Bat marking centre at Saxon State Office for Environment, Agriculture and Geology
Funded by: Federal Agency for Nature Conservation – BfN
Project duration: 01.08.2015-31.07.2018
The Department of Conservation Biology is mainly involved in AP 1, AP 2 and AP 4. Supplementary synergies result from the combination of this project with activities of the projects BatTrends, TURBATS and BIRDS & BLADES.
Further information can be found on the main pages of EE-Monitoring as well as the external web page as seen below.
- Bose A, Dürr T, Klenke RA, Henle K (2020): Predicting strike susceptibility and collision patterns of the Common Buzzard at wind turbine structures in the federal state of Brandenburg, Germany. PLOS ONE 15(1): 10.1371/journal.pone.0227698 DOI:
- Bose A, Klenke RA (2019): Data from: Collision sensitive niche profile of the worst affected bird-groups at wind turbine structures in the federal state of Brandenburg, Germany. Dryad, Dataset. DOI:
- Bose A, Dürr T, Klenke R, Henle K (2018): Collision sensitive niche profile of the worst affected bird-groups at wind turbine structures in the Federal State of Brandenburg, Germany. Scientific Reports 8: 3777 1-13 DOI: