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Johanna Lenz

Dr. Johanna Lenz

Ph.D. student

B3.10: BIODIVERSITY AND AREA DYNAMICS OF VERTEBRATES

Research interests:

• Plant-animal (-human) interactions
• Human influence on ecosystems and ecosystem services
• Influence of landscape structure and habitat type on animal movement behaviour
• Effects of landscape fragmentation on ecological networks

Current projects:

PhD thesis “Movement patterns and seed dispersal of Trumpeter Hornbills (Ceratogymna bucinator) in a fragmented landscape”

• Influence of different habitat types on movement behaviour
• Effects of habitat structure on flight patterns
• Gut passage times of Trumpeter Hornbills for different seed sizes
• Effect of movement behaviour on long distance seed dispersal by Trumpeter Hornbills in a fragmented landscape

Vogel

CV

Publications:

Lenz, J., W. Fiedler, T. Caprano, W. Friedrichs, B. H. Gaese, M. Wikelski, and K. Böhning-Gaese (2011): Seed- dispersal distributions by trumpeter hornbills in fragmented landscapes. Proceedings of the Royal Society B 278: 2257-2264.

Contact:
Phone: 069 7542 1887
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