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Abel, S. et al.  

Evening programme

SLOW Session: Paludiculture & Art

Evening programme

Susanne Abel
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SLOW Session: Paludiculture & Art
Evening programme
Evening programme
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Abel, S.  

Workshop

Global network for paludiculture – needs & options for exchange

Workshop

Susanne Abel
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Global network for paludiculture – needs & options for exchange
Workshop
Workshop
2
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2

Abramchuk, M. et al.  

Poster | pdf

Marina Abramchuk
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3
DESIRE: Development of Sustainable peatland management by restoration and paludiculture for nutrient retention and other ecosystem services in the Neman river catchment.
Session 6.2: Yield, water and nutrient dynamics
Poster
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Antonijevic, D. et al.  

Talk | pdf

Danica Antonijevic
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4
Persistently high CH4 emissions 10 years after rewetting: The necessity for long-term observations when measuring GHG emissions of transitional systems
Session 1.2: Greenhouse gas emissions and other climate effects
Talk
4
4
4

Bain, C.  

Talk

Investing in peatlands – from bankers to bogs

Session 6.1: Finance options for livelihoods from wet peatlands (co-organised with FAO, UNEP, IUCN and WWF)

Clifton Bain
5
5
Investing in peatlands – from bankers to bogs
Session 6.1: Finance options for livelihoods from wet peatlands (co-organised with FAO, UNEP, IUCN and WWF)
Talk
5
5
5

Banaszuk, P. et al.  

Talk

Anaerobic digestion of conservation biomass - a case study from NE Poland

Session 2.1: Biomass to product (Energy)

Piotr Banaszuk
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6
Anaerobic digestion of conservation biomass - a case study from NE Poland
Session 2.1: Biomass to product (Energy)
Talk
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Baranyai, B.  

Poster | pdf

Balázs Baranyai
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Sundew cultivation (Drosera rotundifolia) on Sphagnum in paludiculture - the great potential of a tiny medicinal plant
Session 2.3b: Sphagnum farming & Drosera farming
Poster
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Barz, M. et al.  

Talk | pdf

Mirko Barz
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Energetic Utilization of Biomass from Rewetted Peatlands at a 800 kW Heating Plant for Community Heating in Malchin
Session 2.1: Biomass to product (Energy)
Talk
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8

Brötzmann, D. et al.  

Talk | pdf

Daniel Brötzmann
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9
Sphagnum farming in north-west Germany: is it offering a secondary habitat for bog-typical dragonfly species?
Session 3.3: Biodiversity at ecosystem level
Talk
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Buschmann, C. et al.  

Talk

Abatement costs of climate friendly peatland management options for agriculture: case study results for two German peatland regions

Session 6.3: Regional and national transition of peatland use & socio-economics

Christoph Buschmann
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Abatement costs of climate friendly peatland management options for agriculture: case study results for two German peatland regions
Session 6.3: Regional and national transition of peatland use & socio-economics
Talk
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Chatterton, P. et al.  

Talk | pdf

Landscape finance: emerging models for financing peatland restoration at scale

Session 6.1: Finance options for livelihoods from wet peatlands (co-organised with FAO, UNEP, IUCN and WWF)

Paul Chatterton
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Landscape finance: emerging models for financing peatland restoration at scale
Session 6.1: Finance options for livelihoods from wet peatlands (co-organised with FAO, UNEP, IUCN and WWF)
Talk
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Chen, C. et al.  

Talk | pdf

Cheng Chen
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12
Incentive based policy instruments guiding towards sustainable use of peatlands in EU
Session 7.2: Framework conditions and policy support
Talk
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Claffey, T.  

Workshop | pdf

Tina Claffey
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Gifts from Nature's Peatlands
Workshop
Workshop
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Clough, J. et al.  

Talk | pdf

Great Fen Paludiculture trials

Session 5.3: Regional and national transition of peatland use & socio-economics

Jack Clough
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Great Fen Paludiculture trials
Session 5.3: Regional and national transition of peatland use & socio-economics
Talk
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Conijn, R. et al.  

Talk | pdf

Production of thatching materials

Session 1.1: Biomass to product (Material use)

Ruud Conijn
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Production of thatching materials
Session 1.1: Biomass to product (Material use)
Talk
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Crouwers, B.  

Talk | pdf

Cranberries on peatland in the Netherlands

Session 3.1: Biomass to product

Bart Crouwers
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Cranberries on peatland in the Netherlands
Session 3.1: Biomass to product
Talk
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Dahms, T. et al.  

Poster

A case for solid fuels. Comparing costs, energy consumption and greenhouse gas emissions of different fuels for the local heating plant in Malchin

Session 2.1: Biomass to product (Energy)

Tobias Dahms
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A case for solid fuels. Comparing costs, energy consumption and greenhouse gas emissions of different fuels for the local heating plant in Malchin
Session 2.1: Biomass to product (Energy)
Poster
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Daun, C. et al.  

Talk | pdf

Caroline Daun
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Long-term observation of greenhouse gases of a Sphagnum farming area on former bog grassland in North-western Germany
Session 3.2: Greenhouse gas emissions and other climate effects
Talk
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Dijkstra, A.  

Talk | pdf

Anne Wieb Dijkstra
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High-capacity machines for working in areas with fragile soil structure
Session 4.1: Harvesting techniques
Talk
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Erkens, G. et al.  

Talk

A national research programme on greenhouse gas emissions and land subsidence from lowland peat in the Netherlands

Session 2.2: Greenhouse gas emissions and other climate effects

Gilles Erkens
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A national research programme on greenhouse gas emissions and land subsidence from lowland peat in the Netherlands
Session 2.2: Greenhouse gas emissions and other climate effects
Talk
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Fritz, C. et al.  

Poster | pdf

Christian Fritz
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The potential of automated transparant-chambers to detect ‘cold spots’ and ‘hot moments’ of carbon fluxes in periodically wet and rewetted peatlands
Session 3.2: Greenhouse gas emissions and other climate effects
Poster
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Fritz, C. et al.  

Talk

Promising pathways to reduce GHG emissions by methane oxidation in rewetted peatlands including paludiculture lands

Session 1.2: Greenhouse gas emissions and other climate effects

Christian Fritz
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Promising pathways to reduce GHG emissions by methane oxidation in rewetted peatlands including paludiculture lands
Session 1.2: Greenhouse gas emissions and other climate effects
Talk
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Fritz, C. et al.  

Talk

Biomass utilization avenues and nutrient removal potential of Paludiculture crops Phragmites and Typha depend on harvesting season

Session 6.2: Yield, water and nutrient dynamics

Christian Fritz
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Biomass utilization avenues and nutrient removal potential of Paludiculture crops Phragmites and Typha depend on harvesting season
Session 6.2: Yield, water and nutrient dynamics
Talk
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Fuhrmann, K. et al.  

Poster | pdf

Kerstin Fuhrmann
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Mo(o)re balance – About losses of high elevation and water table dynamics in a water pumped catchment area
Session 4.2b: Peatland properties
Poster
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Gaudig, G. et al.  

Excursion_Day1

Sphagnum farming on 17 ha in the peatland Hankhauser Moor, NW Germany

Excursion_Day1

Greta Gaudig
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Sphagnum farming on 17 ha in the peatland Hankhauser Moor, NW Germany
Excursion_Day1
Excursion_Day1
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Gaudig, G. et al.  

Talk | pdf

Greta Gaudig
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Paludiculture on former bog grassland: sustainable biomass production and benefits of a Sphagnum farming site in NW Germany
Session 1.3a: Sphagnum farming
Talk
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Goodyer, E.  

Talk

Investing in peatlands – from bankers to bogs

Session 6.1: Finance options for livelihoods from wet peatlands (co-organised with FAO, UNEP, IUCN and WWF)

Emma Goodyer
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Investing in peatlands – from bankers to bogs
Session 6.1: Finance options for livelihoods from wet peatlands (co-organised with FAO, UNEP, IUCN and WWF)
Talk
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Gutekunst, C. et al.  

Talk | pdf

Cordula Gutekunst
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Effects of saltwater intrusion into freshwater rewetted coastal fen on methane cycling microbial community
Session 1.2: Greenhouse gas emissions and other climate effects
Talk
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Haberl, A. et al.  

Talk | pdf

Andreas Haberl
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Potentials and Capacities of climate change Mitigation by peatland rewetting and Wet agriculture on peatlands (Paludiculture) in the Baltic countries
Session 7.3: Regional and national transition of peatland use & socio-economics
Talk
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Haldan, K. et al.  

Talk | pdf

Plant selection for paludiculture: water and nutrient level optima

Session 6.2: Yield, water and nutrient dynamics

Kerstin Haldan
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Plant selection for paludiculture: water and nutrient level optima
Session 6.2: Yield, water and nutrient dynamics
Talk
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Hartung, C. et al.  

Poster | pdf

Christina Hartung
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Suitability of fen plants as growing media constituent in terms of chloride content
Session 3.1: Biomass to product
Poster
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Hartung, C. et al.  

Talk

The optimal harvest date of Typha latifolia and Phalaris arundinacea as biogas substrates

Session 2.1: Biomass to product (Energy)

Christina Hartung
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The optimal harvest date of Typha latifolia and Phalaris arundinacea as biogas substrates
Session 2.1: Biomass to product (Energy)
Talk
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Hasch, B.  

Talk | pdf

Rewetting of a transition mire by sprinkling with demineralised water

Session 2.3a: Sphagnum vegetation restoration

Bernhard Hasch
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Rewetting of a transition mire by sprinkling with demineralised water
Session 2.3a: Sphagnum vegetation restoration
Talk
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Heck, M. et al.  

Talk | pdf

Melanie Heck
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Axenic in-vitro cultivation of nineteen peat-moss (Sphagnum l.) species as a resource for basic biology, biotechnology and paludiculture
Session 4.3: Sphagnum propagules
Talk
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Hinzke, T. et al.  

Talk | pdf

Tjorven Hinzke
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How much can Carex sp. contribute to peat formation and to counteract eutrophication in fen peatlands under different nutrient levels?
Session 5.2: Yield, water and nutrient dynamics
Talk
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Hirschelmann, S. et al.  

Talk | pdf

Sophie Hirschelmann
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Instruments for climate-friendly peatland use: Peatland protection in the EU-Common Agricultural Policy
Session 7.2: Framework conditions and policy support
Talk
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Hohlbein, M. et al.  

Poster | pdf

Vorpommern - Ready to rewet?

Session 7.2: Framework conditions and policy support

Monika Hohlbein
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Vorpommern - Ready to rewet?
Session 7.2: Framework conditions and policy support
Poster
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Holthuis, J.  

Poster | pdf

Jens-Uwe Holthuis
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Sphagnum farm Barver – creating a new perspective for peatland ecosystems
Session 2.3b: Sphagnum farming & Drosera farming
Poster
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Holthuis, J.  

Excursion_Day1

Sphagnum farm Barver

Excursion_Day1

Jens-Uwe Holthuis
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Sphagnum farm Barver
Excursion_Day1
Excursion_Day1
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Holzleitner, C.  

Opening

Opening

Christian Holzleitner
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Opening
Opening
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Joosten, H.  

Evening programme

Literature Evening

Evening programme

Hans Joosten
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Literature Evening
Evening programme
Evening programme
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Joosten, H.  

Keynote | pdf

Keynote

Hans Joosten
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42

Keynote
Keynote
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Jurasinski, G. et al.  

Excursion_Day1

Peat bog rewetting research sites in Northwestern Germany

Excursion_Day1

Gerald Jurasinski
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Peat bog rewetting research sites in Northwestern Germany
Excursion_Day1
Excursion_Day1
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Jurasinski, G. et al.  

Talk | pdf

Gerald Jurasinski
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OptiMOOR – optimizing management strategies for peat bog restoration after intensive agricultural use
Session 1.3b: Sphagnum vegetation restoration
Talk
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Keightley, A. et al.  

Talk | pdf

Greenhouse gas benefits of Sphagnum farming using micropropagated material in the UK

Session 3.2: Greenhouse gas emissions and other climate effects

Anna Keightley
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Greenhouse gas benefits of Sphagnum farming using micropropagated material in the UK
Session 3.2: Greenhouse gas emissions and other climate effects
Talk
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Kekkonen, H. et al.  

Poster | pdf

Hanna Kekkonen
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Greenhouse gas emissions from energy willow, nature conservation field and grass on a cultivated peat soil
Session 3.2: Greenhouse gas emissions and other climate effects
Poster
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Kerkvliet Hermans, R.  

Talk | pdf

Investing in peatlands – from bankers to bogs

Session 6.1: Finance options for livelihoods from wet peatlands (co-organised with FAO, UNEP, IUCN and WWF)

Renée Kerkvliet Hermans
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Investing in peatlands – from bankers to bogs
Session 6.1: Finance options for livelihoods from wet peatlands (co-organised with FAO, UNEP, IUCN and WWF)
Talk
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Köbbing, J.  

Talk | pdf

Bog Growth- restoration of Sphagnum vegetation after peat extraction

Session 2.3a: Sphagnum vegetation restoration

Jan Köbbing
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Bog Growth- restoration of Sphagnum vegetation after peat extraction
Session 2.3a: Sphagnum vegetation restoration
Talk
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Kohl, M. et al.  

Poster

Selecting highly productive Sphagnum (peatmoss) provenances and their mass-propagation – results of the joint Sphagnum farming research project ‚mooszucht’

Session 4.3: Sphagnum propagules

Mira Kohl
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Selecting highly productive Sphagnum (peatmoss) provenances and their mass-propagation – results of the joint Sphagnum farming research project ‚mooszucht’
Session 4.3: Sphagnum propagules
Poster
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Kohl, M. et al.  

Talk

Selection of highly productive Sphagnum species and provenances in Europe to maximize the yield in Sphagnum farming

Session 4.3: Sphagnum propagules

Mira Kohl
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Selection of highly productive Sphagnum species and provenances in Europe to maximize the yield in Sphagnum farming
Session 4.3: Sphagnum propagules
Talk
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Köhn, N. et al.  

Talk | pdf

Nora Köhn
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Biomass quality of paludiculture plants (Cattail and Common reed) for various utilisation options
Session 1.1: Biomass to product (Material use)
Talk
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Koks, A. et al.  

Talk

Regulating alkalinity of water is a matter of life and death for Sphagnum farming

Session 5.2: Yield, water and nutrient dynamics

Adam Koks
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Regulating alkalinity of water is a matter of life and death for Sphagnum farming
Session 5.2: Yield, water and nutrient dynamics
Talk
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Koltermann, D. et al.  

Poster | pdf

Growth development of selected paludicultures in mesocosms

Session 6.2: Yield, water and nutrient dynamics

Doreen Koltermann
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Growth development of selected paludicultures in mesocosms
Session 6.2: Yield, water and nutrient dynamics
Poster
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Kopansky, D.  

Talk

Sustainable Land Use Finance – inspiring investment in Peatlands

Session 6.1: Finance options for livelihoods from wet peatlands (co-organised with FAO, UNEP, IUCN and WWF)

Diana Kopansky
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Sustainable Land Use Finance – inspiring investment in Peatlands
Session 6.1: Finance options for livelihoods from wet peatlands (co-organised with FAO, UNEP, IUCN and WWF)
Talk
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Köwitsch, P. et al.  

Poster | pdf

Philipp Köwitsch
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Effects of topsoil removal on greenhouse gas exchange and water quality of fen paludicultures in North-Western Germany
Session 2.2: Biomass to product (Energy)
Poster
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Krebs, M. et al.  

Poster | pdf

Matthias Krebs
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Optimising Sphagnum farming in water management, climate impact, biodiversity & product development – the new joint project OptiMOOS
Session 2.3b: Sphagnum farming & Drosera farming
Poster
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Krisnawati, H.  

Talk

Paludiculture in Indonesia

Session 5.1: Worldwide developments of paludiculture

Haruni Krisnawati
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Paludiculture in Indonesia
Session 5.1: Worldwide developments of paludiculture
Talk
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Kühnel, A. et al.  

Poster | pdf

Anna Kühnel
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Peat soil in Bavaria - implications for agricultural and climate-change strategies from a century of archived peat soil data
Session 4.2b: Peatland properties
Poster
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Kuprina, K. et al.  

Talk | pdf

Population genetic structure of common reed (Phragmites australis)

Session 4.2a : Biodiversity within species (Genetics of Reed)

Kristina Kuprina
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Population genetic structure of common reed (Phragmites australis)
Session 4.2a : Biodiversity within species (Genetics of Reed)
Talk
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Kuptz, D. et al.  

Talk | pdf

Daniel Kuptz
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Fuel quality and combustion behaviour of pure and kaolin additivated pellets from fen paludicultures in a small-scale biomass boiler
Session 2.1: Biomass to product (Energy)
Talk
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Lestari, S. et al.  

Talk | pdf

Sri Lestari
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Paludiculture practices by smallholder farmers in southern Sumatra of Indonesia: opportunities and challenges
Session 7.1: Worldwide developments of paludiculture
Talk
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Longden, M. et al.  

Talk | pdf

Mike Longden
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Establishing a landscape-scale carbon farm on former drained, agricultural pasture.
Session 1.3a: Sphagnum farming
Talk
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Lühr, C. et al.  

Poster | pdf

Carsten Lühr
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Fenland biomass for a climate-friendly future - Development of value chains
Session 3.1: Biomass to product
Poster
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Müller, J. et al.  

Poster | pdf

Jürgen Müller
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Implementation of a water buffalo grazing system on a coastal wet grassland site interspersed with reed beds
Session 3.3: Biodiversity at ecosystem level
Poster
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Mulyadi, .  

Poster | pdf

Mulyadi
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Peatland management based on local wisdom in Giam Siak Kecil landscape in Riau Province, Indonesia
Session 5.1: Worldwide developments of paludiculture
Poster
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Muto, P. et al.  

Poster | pdf

Paul Muto
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Commercialising vegetative propagation systems for perennial grasses for paludiculture production using CEEDStm technology.
Session 4.2a: Biodiversity within species (Genetics of Reed)
Poster
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Närmann, F. et al.  

Talk | pdf

Felix Närmann
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Can paludiculture promote fen biodiversity?  A literature-based review with focus on Europe
Session 3.3: Biodiversity at ecosystem level
Talk
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Nerger, M. et al.  

Poster | pdf

Monique Nerger
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PaluDivers: Development and accompaniment of the testing of nature conservation minimum standards for the conservation and promotion of biodiversity in future paludicultures on agricultural land
Session 3.3: Biodiversity at ecosystem level
Poster
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Nielsen, C. et al.  

Talk | pdf

Claudia Nielsen
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Mitigation potential of paludiculture for five different Danish peatland sites under controlled water tables – a mesocosm study
Session 2.2: Greenhouse gas emissions and other climate effects
Talk
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Nielsen, C. et al.  

Talk | pdf

Claudia Nielsen
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Effects of harvest and fertilization frequency on protein yield and extractability from flood-tolerant perennial grasses cultivated on a fen peatland
Session 5.2: Yield, water and nutrient dynamics
Talk
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Nordt, A. et al.  

Poster | pdf

Anke Nordt
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Paludi – tiny house a demonstrator for climate friendly building materials
Session 3.1: Biomass to product
Poster
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Nordt, A. et al.  

Excursion_Day2

Paludi-tinyhouse

Excursion_Day2

Anke Nordt
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Paludi-tinyhouse
Excursion_Day2
Excursion_Day2
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Nuutinen , M.  

Talk

Results of the peatland management sessions, case and global consultations

Session 6.1: Finance options for livelihoods from wet peatlands (co-organised with FAO, UNEP, IUCN and WWF)

Maria Nuutinen
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Results of the peatland management sessions, case and global consultations
Session 6.1: Finance options for livelihoods from wet peatlands (co-organised with FAO, UNEP, IUCN and WWF)
Talk
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Ozola, I. et al.  

Talk

Potentials for paludicultures on rewetted peatlands in latvia

Session 7.3: Regional and national transition of peatland use & socio-economics

Ilze Ozola
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Potentials for paludicultures on rewetted peatlands in latvia
Session 7.3: Regional and national transition of peatland use & socio-economics
Talk
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Panitz, L. et al.  

Poster | pdf

Laura Panitz
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Optimizing the management of Sphagnum paludicultures under difficult conditions – interaction of climate change, nutrient depositions, peat properties and vascular plant invasion
Session 2.3b: Sphagnum farming & Drosera farming
Poster
75
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Panitz, L. et al.  

Talk | pdf

Laura Panitz
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Greenhouse gas exchange of a Sphagnum paludiculture on a former peat extraction site in the late stages of the rotation cycle
Session 3.2: Greenhouse gas emissions and other climate effects
Talk
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Parish, F. et al.  

Poster | pdf

Faizal Parish
77
77
Peatland rehabilitation through multi-stakeholder partnership: Creating better livelihood for community in Malaysia
Session 5.1: Worldwide developments of paludiculture
Poster
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Peppiette , Z.  

Keynote | pdf

Keynote

Zélie Peppiette
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Keynote
Keynote
78
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78

Pottgießer, J.  

Talk

Technique overview

Session 4.1: Harvesting techniques

Jan Pottgießer
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Technique overview
Session 4.1: Harvesting techniques
Talk
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79

Regina , K.  

Keynote | pdf

Keynote

Kristiina Regina
80
80

Keynote
Keynote
80
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80

Rojas Lara, T. et al.  

Poster | pdf

Teresa Rojas Lara
81
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Linking up Peatland Restoration with Community Empowerment and Orangutan Conservation Activities in Central Kalimantan, Indonesia
Session 3.3: Biodiversity at ecosystem level
Poster
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Rudyk, A. et al.  

Talk | pdf

Anna Rudyk
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How can the population genetic diversity of common reed, Phragmites australis, change over 24 years?
Session 4.2a: Biodiversity within species (Genetics of Reed)
Talk
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Sakuntaladewi, N. et al.  

Talk | pdf

Niken Sakuntaladewi
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Addressing fragile peat ecosystems for the livelihoods of rural communities: lessons from Indonesia
Session 7.1: Case studies (South-east Asia)
Talk
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Salm, J.  

Talk | pdf

Challenges for paludiculture development in Estonia

Session 7.3: Regional and national transition of peatland use & socio-economics

Jüri-Ott Salm
84
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Challenges for paludiculture development in Estonia
Session 7.3: Regional and national transition of peatland use & socio-economics
Talk
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Schäfer, A. et al.  

Talk | pdf

Incentives for paludicultures to achieve the climate target 2030 and 2050

Session 7.2: Framework conditions and policy support

Achim Schäfer
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Incentives for paludicultures to achieve the climate target 2030 and 2050
Session 7.2: Framework conditions and policy support
Talk
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Spanjers, B. et al.  

Poster | pdf

The Climate friendly management of the agricultural peatlands in Brandenburg

Session 6.3: Regional and national transition of peatland use & socio-economics

Bas Spanjers
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86
The Climate friendly management of the agricultural peatlands in Brandenburg
Session 6.3: Regional and national transition of peatland use & socio-economics
Poster
86
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Stachowicz, M. et al.  

Talk | pdf

Marta Stachowicz
87
87
The impact of wetland restoration on water retention in the catchment scale in the Neman basin – costs and benefits
Session 6.2: Yield, water and nutrient dynamics
Talk
87
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Sydow, S. et al.  

Talk

Wood foam from paludiculture as a novel insulation material

Session 1.1: Biomass to product (Material use)

Steffen Sydow
88
88
Wood foam from paludiculture as a novel insulation material
Session 1.1: Biomass to product (Material use)
Talk
88
88
88

Tanneberger, F. et al.  

Talk

Towards net zero CO2 in 2050: An emission reduction pathway for organic soils in Germany

Session 5.3: Regional and national transition of peatland use & socio-economics

Franziska Tanneberger
89
89
Towards net zero CO2 in 2050: An emission reduction pathway for organic soils in Germany
Session 5.3: Regional and national transition of peatland use & socio-economics
Talk
89
89
89

Temmink, R. et al.  

Talk | pdf

Cost-effectiveness of measures to mitigate greenhouse gas emissions from drained peatlands

Session 6.3: Regional and national transition of peatland use & socio-economics

Ralph Temmink
90
90
Cost-effectiveness of measures to mitigate greenhouse gas emissions from drained peatlands
Session 6.3: Regional and national transition of peatland use & socio-economics
Talk
90
90
90

Tiemeyer , B.  

Keynote

Keynote

Bärbel Tiemeyer
91
91

Keynote
Keynote
91
91
91

Tilak, A. et al.  

Talk | pdf

Amey Tilak
92
92
Carbon Sequestration Potential of a Former Cutaway Irish Blanket Peatland located on Ireland’s Western Coast
Session 2.2: Greenhouse gas emissions and other climate effects
Talk
92
92
92

Van de Riet, B. et al.  

Talk | pdf

Bas Van de Riet
93
93
Restoring ecosystem functions and reversing land subsidence by growing Sphagnum on highly degraded eutrophic peat soils. a success story from the Netherlands
Session 1.3b: Sphagnum vegetation restoration
Talk
93
93
93

van Duinen, G. et al.  

Talk | pdf

What does paludiculture contribute to arthropod diversity?

Session 3.3: Biodiversity at ecosystem level

Gert-Jan van Duinen
94
94
What does paludiculture contribute to arthropod diversity?
Session 3.3: Biodiversity at ecosystem level
Talk
94
94
94

van Hardeveld, H. et al.  

Talk | pdf

Will Dutch water management strategies result in a transition of peatland use?

Session 5.3: Regional and national transition of peatland use & socio-economics

Henk van Hardeveld
95
95
Will Dutch water management strategies result in a transition of peatland use?
Session 5.3: Regional and national transition of peatland use & socio-economics
Talk
95
95
95

van Weeren, A.  

Excursion_Day2

Cattail (Typha), a multitalent for a rewetted landscape

Excursion_Day2

Aldert van Weeren
96
96
Cattail (Typha), a multitalent for a rewetted landscape
Excursion_Day2
Excursion_Day2
96
96
96

Villegas, L.  

Talk | pdf

Results of the peatland management sessions, case and global consultations

Session 6.1: Finance options for livelihoods from wet peatlands (co-organised with FAO, UNEP, IUCN and WWF)

Laura Villegas
97
97
Results of the peatland management sessions, case and global consultations
Session 6.1: Finance options for livelihoods from wet peatlands (co-organised with FAO, UNEP, IUCN and WWF)
Talk
97
97
97

Vogel, T. et al.  

Poster | pdf

Efficiency of cattail establishment on an eight-hectare fen sites in terms of working time and manpower requirements

Session 6.3: Regional and national transition of peatland use & socio-economics

Telse Vogel
98
98
Efficiency of cattail establishment on an eight-hectare fen sites in terms of working time and manpower requirements
Session 6.3: Regional and national transition of peatland use & socio-economics
Poster
98
98
98

Vroom, R. et al.  

Talk

Chimneys and blankets: species-dependent methane emission pathways in a rewetted dutch peatland

Session 1.2: Greenhouse gas emissions and other climate effects

Renske Vroom
99
99
Chimneys and blankets: species-dependent methane emission pathways in a rewetted dutch peatland
Session 1.2: Greenhouse gas emissions and other climate effects
Talk
99
99
99

Vroom, R. et al.  

Talk

High water tables promote fast biomass production and long-term nutrient removal in Sphagnum farming

Session 5.2: Yield, water and nutrient dynamics

Renske Vroom
100
100
High water tables promote fast biomass production and long-term nutrient removal in Sphagnum farming
Session 5.2: Yield, water and nutrient dynamics
Talk
100
100
100

Walz, K.  

Poster | pdf

Kilian Walz
101
101
Comparative studies on peatland properties along a land use gradient in Ireland
Session 4.2b: Peatland properties
Poster
101
101
101

Weber, E. et al.  

Talk | pdf

Eva Weber
102
102
Early stages of revegetation of a terminated extracted peatland after two years of rewetting
Session 2.3a: Sphagnum vegetation restoration
Talk
102
102
102

Welle, M. et al.  

Talk | pdf

Marcel Welle
103
103
Making use of peatland biomass - from theory to charcoal
Session 3.1: Biomass to product
Talk
103
103
103

Wellink, R.  

Talk

Cattail (Typha) harvesting technic development for Substrate and more

Session 4.1: Harvesting techniques

Robert Wellink
104
104
Cattail (Typha) harvesting technic development for Substrate and more
Session 4.1: Harvesting techniques
Talk
104
104
104

Wenzel, M. et al.  

Excursion_Day2

Paludiculture-biomass heating-plant at the Kummerower See – a virtual field trip

Excursion_Day2

Max Wenzel
105
105
Paludiculture-biomass heating-plant at the Kummerower See – a virtual field trip
Excursion_Day2
Excursion_Day2
105
105
105

Wenzl, F. et al.  

Poster | pdf

Implementation of single-farm optimized wet grassland management on organic soils

Session 6.3: Regional and national transition of peatland use & socio-economics

Franz Wenzl
106
106
Implementation of single-farm optimized wet grassland management on organic soils
Session 6.3: Regional and national transition of peatland use & socio-economics
Poster
106
106
106

Wiche, O. et al.  

Talk | pdf

Oliver Wiche
107
107
Reed canary grass as a potential agent for phytoremediation and phytomining of strategic elements
Session 3.1: Biomass to product
Talk
107
107
107

Wichmann, S. et al.  

Excursion_Day2

Field-scale Typha paludicultre in NE Germany - Set-up and 1st year's experiences 

Excursion_Day2

Sabine Wichmann
108
108
Field-scale Typha paludicultre in NE Germany - Set-up and 1st year's experiences 
Excursion_Day2
Excursion_Day2
108
108
108

Wichmann, S. et al.  

Talk | pdf

Sabine Wichmann
109
109
Common reed for thatching: the market potential of reed of regional origin
Session 1.1: Biomass to product (Material use)
Talk
109
109
109

Wichmann, S. et al.  

Talk | pdf

Economic viability of Sphagnum farming on former bog grassland

Session 6.3: Regional and national transition of peatland use & socio-economics

Sabine Wichmann
110
110
Economic viability of Sphagnum farming on former bog grassland
Session 6.3: Regional and national transition of peatland use & socio-economics
Talk
110
110
110

Wichtmann, W. et al.  

Poster | pdf

Wendelin Wichtmann
111
111
Certification of products from paludiculture: project design, potential, open questions, challenges
Session 7.2: Framework conditions and policy support
Poster
111
111
111

Wichtmann, W. et al.  

Talk | pdf

Paludiculture worldwide: is there a need to differentiate the concept?

Session 5.1: Worldwide developments of paludiculture

Wendelin Wichtmann
112
112
Paludiculture worldwide: is there a need to differentiate the concept?
Session 5.1: Worldwide developments of paludiculture
Talk
112
112
112

Wijns, K.  

Talk | pdf

GrasGoed (GrassGood) – Wetlands as part of a circular economy

Session 5.3: Regional and national transition of peatland use & socio-economics

Katrien Wijns
113
113
GrasGoed (GrassGood) – Wetlands as part of a circular economy
Session 5.3: Regional and national transition of peatland use & socio-economics
Talk
113
113
113

Wolter, H.  

Talk | pdf

Holger Wolter
114
114
Special machines for working in wet areas with low ground pressure, development of new machine types for working on mires and wetlands
Session 4.1: Harvesting techniques
Talk
114
114
114

Wright, N. et al.  

Excursion_Day1

Sphagnum Farming re-Thought

Excursion_Day1

Neal Wright
115
115
Sphagnum Farming re-Thought
Excursion_Day1
Excursion_Day1
115
115
115

Wright, N. et al.  

Talk | pdf

Neal Wright
116
116
Sphagnum farming using micropropagated Sphagnum and simulated rain irrigation to significantly improve production of a growing medium
Session 4.3: Sphagnum propagules
Talk
116
116
116

Yan, L. et al.  

Talk | pdf

Lew Sien Yan
117
117
Nature-based Solution: A case study on community based activities to safeguard peatlands in Pahang, Malaysia
Session 7.1: Case studies (South-east Asia)
Talk
117
117
117

Zableckis, N. et al.  

Talk | pdf

First steps of paludiculture as sustainable use of rewetted peatlands in Lithuania

Session 7.3: Regional and national transition of peatland use & socio-economics

Nerijus Zableckis
118
118
First steps of paludiculture as sustainable use of rewetted peatlands in Lithuania
Session 7.3: Regional and national transition of peatland use & socio-economics
Talk
118
118
118

Ziegler, R.  

Workshop

Global network for paludiculture – needs & options for exchange

Workshop

Rafael Ziegler
119
119
Global network for paludiculture – needs & options for exchange
Workshop
Workshop
119
119
119

Ziegler, R. et al.  

Talk | pdf

Rafael Ziegler
120
120
Paludiculture – first results from a global survey of practical paludiculture initiatives
Session 5.1: Worldwide developments of paludiculture
Talk
120
120
120

Wolter, H.  

Talk | pdf

Holger Wolter
121
121
Special machines for working in wet areas with low ground pressure, development of new machine types for working on mires and wetlands
Session 4.1: Harvesting techniques
Talk
121
121
121

Wright, N. et al.  

Talk

Sphagnum farming using micropropagated Sphagnum and simulated rain irrigation to significantly improve production of a growing medium

Excursion_Day1

Neal Wright
122
122
Sphagnum farming using micropropagated Sphagnum and simulated rain irrigation to significantly improve production of a growing medium
Excursion_Day1
Talk
122
122
122

Wright, N. et al.  

Virtual excursion | pdf

Sphagnum Farming re-Thought

Session 4.3: Sphagnum propagules

Neal Wright
123
123
Sphagnum Farming re-Thought
Session 4.3: Sphagnum propagules
Virtual excursion
123
123
123

Zableckis, N. et al.  

Talk | pdf

First steps of paludiculture as sustainable use of rewetted peatlands in Lithuania

Session 7.3: Regional and national transition of peatland use & socio-economics

Nerijus Zableckis
124
124
First steps of paludiculture as sustainable use of rewetted peatlands in Lithuania
Session 7.3: Regional and national transition of peatland use & socio-economics
Talk
124
124
124

Ziegler, R. et al.  

Talk | pdf

Rafael Ziegler
125
125
Paludiculture – first results from a global survey of practical paludiculture initiatives
Session 5.1: Worldwide developments of paludiculture
Talk
125
125
125

Ziegler, R.  

Workshop

Global network for paludiculture – needs & options for exchange

Workshop

Rafael Ziegler
126
126
Global network for paludiculture – needs & options for exchange
Workshop
Workshop
126
126
126