15. Jun 2021, 6.00 pm - 8.00 pm | University, Studies

Lecture Series "Einfluss menschlicher Lebensstile und Handlungsmuster auf die Biodiversität in Gärten"

Lecture series "Gärten: Geschichte, Gestalt, Zukunft"
Cooperation of the University of Erfurt and the University of Applied Sciences Erfurt
Stefan Brunzel (University of Applied Sciences Erfurt)
Event type

Lecture by Stefan Brunzel (FH Erfurt) as part of the lecture series "Gardens: History, Form, Future" in the summer semester 2021. The event will be streamed on Youtube.

In contrast to the natural landscape, humans shape the cultural landscape and especially the settlement areas and thus have a great influence on their biodiversity. In addition to traditional types of land use or those caused by economic constraints, they have a decisive influence on species richness and the character of biotic communities in the immediate living environment - in the garden and on one's own property - through lifestyles and patterns of action based on attitudes. This human influence is examined in more detail on the basis of plant diversity in settlements and pollinator diversity as a function of horticultural design.

You can find the stream on our Youtube channel Uni Erfurt Live.


In the summer semester of 2021, the University of Erfurt and the University of Applied Sciences will once again jointly organise a public lecture series – due to Corona as an online event. This time the topic will be "Gärten: Geschichte, Gestalt, Zukunft" and is deliberately planned as a kind of supporting event for the BUGA 2021 in Erfurt.



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