Sustainable resource management, nature conservation, geographic information systems
Research Assistant at IOER
Employee for GIS-development und data management (NATURA 2000), Forestry research and competence center, ThüringenForst, Gotha (public-law institution)
Federal volunteer/Employee for assessment of wildlife habitat (GIS-based), biosphere reserve administration Elbe-Brandenburg, Rühstädt
Additional qualification in Geographic Information Systems, codematix corporation, Jena
Master studies in International Environmental Studies/Sustainable Natural Resource Management, Norwegian University of Life Sciences, Ås (stipend of German Academic Exchange Service)
Intern at Wildlife Research Station, Grimsö, Sweden (EU mobility program Leonardo da Vinci)
Bachelor studies in Geoecology and Ecosystem Management, Eberhard-Karls-University Tübingen
BIO-MO-D - Appreciating biodiversity - modernising economic accounting in Germany Accounting II - Ecosystem services and environmental-economic accounting - Digital assessment Weiter-ÖSL - Further development of the nationwide indicator set for ecosystem services
Friends of the Earth Germany
Publications before IOER
Meier, S., Taff, G.N., Aune, J.B., Eiter, S. (2017): Regulation of the Invasive Plant Heracleum persicum by Private Landowners in Tromsø, Norway, Invasive Plant Science and Management 10(2): 166-179.
Taff, G.N., Meier, S. (2017): Invasive species - both a global and local problem, NIBIO Pop 3(8).
The Leibniz Institute of Ecological Urban and Regional Development is jointly funded by the federal government and the federal states.
This institute is co-financed by tax funds on the basis of the budget approved by the Saxon State Parliament.