Felix Przesdzink

Felix Przesdzink
Universität Osnabrück | UOS · Biologiedidaktik

Master of Science
Biologist, Conservation Social Scientist

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Introduction
Ph.D. scholarship holder of the German Federal Environmental Foundation (DBU), working at the Department of Biology at the University of Osnabrück. I analyse interactions of nature conservation stakeholders using Social Network Analysis and Stakeholder Analysis as well as psychological measures. On this base, I develop stakeholder platforms to foster the cost-benefit efficiency of networking regarding regional conservation issues. Additionally, I work on VR-field trips on ecological topics.
Additional affiliations
May 2022 - present
Universität Osnabrück
Position
  • Lecturer
Description
  • Supervision of excursions on native biodiversity and zoological identification exercises. Development of hybrid and digital field trip formats regarding tropical and central european ecosystems.
July 2019 - September 2020
Universität Osnabrück
Position
  • Master's Student
March 2018 - September 2018
Universität Osnabrück
Position
  • Bachelor Student
Description
  • Comparison of anatomical fruit features and fruit dispersal capabilities of Raphanus raphanistrum and Raphanus pugioniformis

Publications

Publications (8)
Presentation
Using "Stakeholder Databases" based on Social Network Analysis, Stakeholder Analysis, Organizational Culture and Environmental Attitudes to optimize the interactions of Regional Conservation Stakeholers.
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Successful plant establishment in a particular environment depends on the root architecture of the seedlings and the extent of edaphic resource utilization. However, diverse habitats often pose a predicament on the suitability of the fundamental root structure of a species that evolved over a long period. We hypothesized that the plasticity in the...
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Der Schutz unserer Ökosysteme scheitert nicht an mangelndem Wissen über ihre Bedrohung oder möglichen Konzepten zu ihrem Erhalt, sondern vielmehr an der mangelnden Umsetzung dieses Wissens in wirksame Maßnahmen. Daher ist die interdisziplinäre Zusammenarbeit zwischen theoretisch und praktisch orientierten Naturschutzakteuren unerlässlich, um die Wi...
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Many nature conservation projects fail primarily not because of a lack of knowledge about upcoming threats or viable conservation concepts but rather because of the inability to transfer knowledge into the creation of effective measures. Therefore, an increase in information exchange and collaboration between theory- and practice-oriented conservat...
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Background: The wild radishes, Raphanus raphanistrum and R. pugioniformis (Brassicaceae) are native to the East Mediterranean region. However, whereas R. raphanistrum is widely distributed worldwide, the endemic R. pugioniformis is limited to specific habitats. In R. raphanistrum the diaspores of the indehiscent fruits comprise glabrous, light, si...

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Project
Using Social Network Analysis and Stakeholder Analysis as a basis for the development of a Stakeholder Database. All measures are intended to optimize the flow of information and strategic cooperation within the network and to reduce regional land use conflicts in order to enable a sustainable use of regional environmental resources that is acceptable to all stakeholders.