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Management Concept for central European Ecosystems: Promoting ecosystem services in grapes

Projektleitung
Forneck Astrid, BOKU Projektleiter/in
Laufzeit:
01.02.2015-31.12.2018
Programm:
ERA-Net Biodiversa
Art der Forschung
Grundlagenforschung
Projektpartner
Bordeaux Sciences Agro, University of Bordeaux, 1 Cours du General de Gaulle, ISVV, 33170 Gradignan, Frankreich.
Kontaktperson: Maarten van Helden;
Funktion des Projektpartners: Partner
Hochschule Geisenheim , Von Lade Str. 1, 65366 Geisenheim, Deutschland.
Kontaktperson: Ilona Leyer;
Funktion des Projektpartners: Koordinator
Ovidius University of Constanta, Aleea Universitatii 1 corp. B, 900470 Contanta, Rumänien.
Kontaktperson: Marius Skolka;
Funktion des Projektpartners: Partner
Universität Fribourg, Ch. du Musee 10, 1700 Firbourg, Schweiz.
Kontaktperson: Sven Bacher;
Funktion des Projektpartners: Partner
Mitarbeiter/innen
Beteiligte BOKU-Organisationseinheiten
Abteilung Wein- und Obstbau (WOB)
Gefördert durch
Fonds zur Förderung der wissenschaftlichen Forschung (FWF) , Sensengasse 1, 1090 Wien, Österreich
Abstract
The overall goal of the proposed project is to develop a concept for the management of Central European vineyards and their surrounding landscapes in order to enhance biodiversity providing those ecosystem services which have the potential to improve vineyard health and economic value.
We will use a standardized set of observational and experimental studies across a wide range of Central-European (non-Mediterranean) vineyard systems in France, Switzerland, Germany, Austria and Romania in order to unravel relationships between factors promoting biodiversity focusing especially on soil biodiversity (plants, biological activity and mesofauna) and functioning and the relevant supporting, provisioning and regulating ecosystem services required such as soil fertility, structural stability, water provision as well as pest and weed control. Three scales will be considered, a) the vineyard production area with its zones not directly used for cultivation such as alleyways, b) the vineyard surrounding area with its ecological infrastructures, and c) the surrounding landscape with its landscape elements.
The observational studies will be carried out at a considerable number of vineyard locations in each participating country including a set of plots covering landscape diversity, sampling of soil properties, soil biological activity, plants and mesofauna as well as management factors such as tillage, herbicide weeding, mowing and slashing and fertilization on the plot scale. Additionally, type, density and patterns of ecological infrastructures such as hedges, ditches and other semi-natural habitats within and around the vineyard systems as well as relevant landscape parameters representing landscape complexity and connectivity will be considered.

Schlagworte
Weinbau;
Biodiversität; Ecosystem Service; Landschaft; Ökosystem ; Weinbau;
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