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200058

Project description:

Project no:
200058
Title:
The spatial dimension of biomass - Spatialy explicit GIS analyses of biomass potentials and its sustainable bioeconomic use in Baden-Württemberg
1st project leader:
Stokman, Antje -
2nd project leader
Schwarz-v. Raumer, Hans-Georg - Institut für Landschaftsplanung und Ökologie, Universität Stuttgart
Description:
The project uses GIS and spatial modelling to analyse and evaluate the use of biomass at state level. Spatially explicit configurations are to be analysed and optimized considering trade-offs between organization, intensity and impacts of biomass use and spatial economic targets. Using scenario technique alternative modes of production and chains of use (e.g. „short distance circuits“) are eval-uated by coupling different agent based models with evaluation schemes for economic and ecologi-cal parameters.
References:
Schwarz-v.Raumer, H.-G.; Ju, Jingsha (2006): Concepts of Data Integration in Land-use Planning: Ex-periences from the SILUP-Project. In: ERSEC Ecological Book Series (UNESCO) No.2: Land Use Planning and Policy. International Conference Beijing, May 10-12, 2004. Beijing
Schwarz-v.Raumer, H.-G.; Printz, A.; Gaiser, T. (2007): Ein "Spatial Scenario Design Model" zur strate-gischen Unterstützung der Landnutzungspolitik im Ouémé-Einzugsgebiet (Benin) In: Strobl, J.; Blasch-ke, Th; Griesebner, G. (Hrsg.): Beiträge zum 19. AGIT-Symposium. Salzburg, S. 725-730
Der Nachhaltigkeitsbeirat der Landesregierung Baden-Württemberg (NBBW) (2008): Energie aus Biomasse: Potenziale und Empfehlungen für Baden-Württemberg. Stuttgart, April 2008 (Landesweite Bilanzierungen als Zuarbeit)
Marggraff, V. ; Schwarz-v.Raumer, H.-G. (2013): Energetische Nutzung von Biomasse-Reststoffen: Aktivierung und Steuerung durch die Landschaftsplanung. Naturschutz und Landschaftsplanung 45 (12), 2013, 382-384
Schwarz-v.Raumer, H.-G., Angenendt, E., Billen, N., Jooß, R., Konold, A., Weippert, H. (2015): Eco-nomic and ecological impacts of bioenergy crop production - a trade-off scenario modeling approach applied in Southwestern Germany. Agricultural Systems. Elsevier (eingereicht)
Methods that will be used:
Data integration, GIS modelling, spatial analysis of land-use change, agent based scenario analysis
Collaboration partners:
Ludger Eltrop (Univ. Stuttgart, IER), Ulrike Bos (Univ. Stuttgart, LBP)
Expected candidate‘s qualification:
GIS and modelling skills, MSc in Renewable Energy, Agriculture or Geography (major subject or in depth studies in biomass use for energy production)
Keywords:
GIS, spatial modelling, biomass use for energy production