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Alexander Weidauer

Alexander Weidauer
IfGDV Germany

Dipl. Phys.

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Introduction
Design, development, administration tasks for sensor platforms - on-/ offshore / mobile platforms. Technical project management for to generate digital scans of seabirds using a high-resolution camera system on a flight deck (Partenavia P68C). Supporting activities for technical infrastructures, data assimilation, maintenance of databases and the operation of environmental models.
Additional affiliations
January 2018 - present
GGS GmbH
Position
  • Senior Developer
Description
  • Design, development and maintenance of remote sensing platforms an relating soft- and hardware components.
May 2012 - December 2017
Institute for Applied Ecology, Germany
Position
  • Project Manager
Description
  • Sensors and Applications, Statistics and Data Assimilation, Environmental Modeling
December 2009 - April 2012
Institute for Applied Ecology, Germany
Position
  • Researcher
Description
  • BMBF-Project: The objective of RADOST is the development of adaptation strategies for the Baltic coastline of Germany through a dialogue between academics, economists, policy-makers and the public.

Publications

Publications (11)
Conference Paper
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The assessment of anthropogenic impacts on the marine environment is challenged by the accessibility, accuracy and validity of biogeographical information. Offshore wind farm projects require large-scale ecological surveys before, during and after construction, in order to assess potential effects on the distribution and abundance of protected spec...
Conference Paper
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The assessment of anthropogenic impacts on the marine environment is challenged by the accessibility, accuracy and validity of biogeographical information. Offshore wind farm projects require large-scale ecological surveys before, during and after construction, in order to assess potential effects on the distribution and abundance of protected spec...
Presentation
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The presentation was given during the workshop "Statistische Verfahren zur Auswertung von Klima- & Impaktmodelldaten" to present the statistical toolbox of the Institute for Applied Ecology GmbH to use benthic species communities as indicators for changes environmental conditions and vice versa the impact of environmental condition change (climate...
Conference Paper
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Die naturschutzfachliche Bewertung menschlicher Aktivitäten auf See erfordert eine zunehmend verlässliche Datengrundlage. Die Umsetzung von Windparkprojekten im Offshore-Bereich der deutschen Nord- und Ostsee muss laut Vorgaben der Genehmigungsbehörde von großflächigen Erfassungen von Seevögeln und Meeressäugern begleitet werden, um potenzielle Aus...
Article
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Departure decisions of how and when to leave a stopover site may be of critical importance for the migration performance of birds. We used an automated radiotelemetry system at Falsterbo peninsula, Sweden, to study stopover behaviour and route choice in free-flying passerines departing on flights across the Baltic Sea during autumn migration. In ad...
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An expansion of offshore wind energy production could lead to a significant loss of wintering and staging habitats for seabirds. To assess the impact of wind farms before, during and after their construction, the standard investigation concept of the Federal Maritime and Hydrographic Agency (BSH) currently recommends ship- and aircraft-based bird s...
Poster
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The IMKONOS project includes a feasibility study for the establishment of an interdisciplinary network of marine science competence for a model area in the Baltic Sea as well as the experimental development of an information system on an exchange platform. The "Interdisciplinary Network of Marine Science Competence" had the the goal, especially for...

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Projects (4)
Project
Development of a sensor device using aerial a multispectral spectral oblique camera system combined with a lidar framework to monitor different aspects of power line and pylon surveillance in real time.