Senckenberg Natural History Collections Dresden

Herpetology

 

 Meet the Herp Lab

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Dr. Raffael Ernst

Sektionsleiter - Curator
phone: ++49 (0)351-795841-4315

Fax:      ++49 (0) 351-7958 41-4404
e-mail: raffael.ernst [at] senckenberg.de

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Tropical Amphibians and Reptiles,  West Africa and Guiana Shield, effects of anthropogenic disturbance and global change on ecosystem function and biodiversity,  community ecology, statistical modelling and development of monitoring tools

 M_Auer

Dipl. Ing. Markus Auer

Technical Assistant

phone: ++49 (0)351-795841-4320
e-mail: markus.auer [at] senckenberg.de

Collection management, Eurasian and Asian herpetofauna, turtles and tortoises

 M_Hoelting

Dipl. Biol. Monique Hölting 

Ph.D. Student (DFG)

phone: ++49 (0)351-795841-4304
e-mail: monique.hoelting [at] senckenberg.de

Biodiversity dynamics and ecological cascading in logged tropical forests of the Guiana Shield - BioDEC Guiana – Consequences and perspectives for amphibian communities in anthropogenically altered ecosystems, diversity pattern change, functional diversity, trophic diversity 

 

Dipl. Biol. Sabine Nürnberg

Scientific intern

phone: ++49 (0)351-795841-4505
e-mail: sabine.nuernberg [at] senckenberg.de

 

BSc. Nora hübler

Master student

phone: ++49 (0)351-795841-4505
e-mail: noran.huebler [at] senckenberg.de

Tracing Central African forest history through phylogenetic inference and biogeographic pattern analyses of Angolan amphibians

 Maike

Dipl. BIOL. Maike Guschal

Ph.D. Student (BMBF)

phone: ++49 (0)351-795841-4505
e-mail: maike.guschal[at]googlemail.com

Linking amphibian diversity and arthropod-pest species abundance in agroecosystems
under land-use and climate change, predator-prey interactions, agrochemicals and amphibians, diversity pattern change, ecological models

 

 G_Landburg

MS.C. Gwendolyn Landburg

Associated Researcher & PH.D. Student

e-mail: g.landburg [at] uvs.edu

Long term recovery of anurans from selective logging disturbance at Kabo forestry concession, Suriname, S.A., community ecology, species habitat associations, diversity patterns 

 gekko

 

Herbert Rösler

Associated Researcher

e-mail: Herbertroesler [at] aol.com

Taxonomy & Biology of Geckoes

Yehudah L. Werner 

Prof. Dr. Yehudah L. Werner

Honorary Research Associate

e-mail: yehudah_w [at] yahoo.com

Geckoes, herpetology of the Near East

F Henrikus

 

 

 

N Kaffenberger

Lab Interns & Alumni

 

MS.C. Felisa Henrikus

e-mail: felisa.henrikus [at] googlemail.com

Disjunctive distribution of the European tree frog (Hyla arborea) in the Biosphere reserve "Flusslandschaft Elbe" Brandenburg, Germany, conservation, population ecology, habitat models and monitoring. Now consultant with Natur & Text in Brandenburg GmbH

 

Nora Hübler 

Lab intern  European tree frog project 2011

Dipl. BIOL. nathalie Kaffenberger

e-mail: nathalie.kaffenberger[at] senckenberg.de

Scientific Intern 2011 - 2013

Phylogeny, biogeography, and taxonomy of tropical amphibians and reptiles, phylogenetic community ecology of amphibians. Now Technical Assistant and Project Manager at the Dept. of River and Floodplain Ecology, Senckenberg Gelnhausen

 

 
 
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