new MSc: Asja Bernd

new MSc: Asja Bernd

written by Martin Wegmann

December 18, 2014

LogoGCE_transAsja Bernd started her MSc on ” A Global Analysis of Grassland Fragmentation” supervised by Neil Burgess (UNEP) and Martin Wegmann. She will use globally available land cover data sets and compute a variety of spatial metrics to derive the fragmentation pattern of grasslands. Methods available in R and GRASS will be applied to allow a semi-automatic global analysis. Asja is a student in the Global Change Ecology MSc program and well trained in journalism as well as natural sciences.

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