Gordian Knot

Gordian Knot

The Gordian knot

 

Client: Research Group Experimental Interaction Ecology, German Centre for Integrative Biodiversity Research (iDiv) Halle-Jena-Leipzig

Project: Illustration, infographic


 

In the illustration accompanying the paper, many biodiversity researchers are working on the mechanisms underlying the connection between biodiversity and ecosystem function (abbreviated to BEF). New research suggests that there may be many non-independent mechanisms that play a role. Accordingly, we had the idea of ​​presenting a Gordian knot, which several scientists try to unravel. The ends are the mechanisms, so to speak.

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Soil of Biodiversity

Soil of Biodiversity

Soil of Biodiversity

 

Client: German Centre for Integrative Biodiversity Research (iDiv) Halle-Jena-Leipzig

Project: Illustration, infographic


 

The Illustration shows three spatial compartments in the soil for studying soil biodiversity from micro- to macro-organisms.

Infografic Root

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Eartworms

Eartworms

Nature’s Contributions to People

 

Client: University of Helsinki, Finland

Project: Illustration, infographic


 

The infographic shows the services earthworm provide to people, in the framework of IPBES’s Natures Contributions to People. IPBES (Intergovernmental Platform on Biodiversity and Ecosystem Services) is an UN organization with 132 member states providing scientific policy advice on the conservation and sustainable use of biodiversity and ecosystem services.

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Big data

Big data

Big data – biodiversity conservation

 

Client: Helmholtz Centre for Environmental Research – UFZ

Project: Illustrationen, infographic


 

There is growing recognition that big data has the potential to improve efforts to conserve biodiversity. Considerable amounts of multi-disciplinary data are available and could allow comprehensive status assessments and more informed decisions for the conservation of biodiversity. Here we show that a wide range of diversity-related data could be used to achieve a comprehensive assessment of the conservation status of all tree species.


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