EffEffective information transfer and appealing presentation of scientific data are an integral part of the public display of scientific institutions.
In addition to publications in printed media modern internet websites are of extreme importance.
manderbachmedia specialises in the development of internet applications for science and research.
The following web projects were developed by manderbachmedia for science and research.
Please also visit the website of the multimedia-network manderbachmedia to find further references of our work.
Case studies of web projects
Website of the 'Deutsches Wanderinstitut' (Germand Hiking Institut) which presents Information about hiking and nature conservation.
Logo-Design and Website. The 'Landschaftsstation im Kreis Höxter' in cooperation with local district and state NRW is in charge of several national conservation areas ("Naturschutzgebiete") and Natura 2000 areas (EU Habitats Directive)
Website and Stylguide for the project ArKoNaVera: Conservation and development of a supra-regional conservation-strategy for the species of national responsibility: freshwater pearl mussel (Margaritifera margaritifera) and painter's mussel (Unio pictorum)
Website of the international 13-partner network, HNV-Link: "High Nature Value Farming: Learning, Innovation and Knowledge"
Comprehensive webpage, presenting nature habitats, animals and plants in germany.
Website of the Institute of Environmental Planning (Leibniz University Hannover) for the calculation of bat casualities at onshore wind farms. Integration of the R Project for Statistical Computing into a website.
Webpage of the Large-Scale Conservation Project "Mountain meadows in the Eastern Erz mountains" in Saxony.
Webpage of the first LIFE+ project "Pastures of the Wetterau" in Hesse. Presented by 'Hessisches Ministerium für Umwelt, Energie, Landwirtschaft und Verbraucherschutz'
The European Forum on Nature Conservation and Pastoralism present the concept of High Nature Value farming in Europe.
Internet-Guide for species of Annex 4 of the Natura 2000 network. Webpages of the Federal Agency for Nature Conservation (BfN). My job: Content Management and Design of the webpages.
The Arbeitskreis Libellen Hessen (Working party dragonflies hesse) supports the research on dragonflies in Hesse.
KLIWA is the shortcut for the co-operation project "Climate change and consequences for water management" of Baden-Württemberg, Bayern and Rheinland-Pfalz.
Website of the "Verband Botanischer Gärten" (German botanical garden federation) with the topic ex-situ conservation - protecting endangered species of plant outside of its natural habitat.
The topic of this project-related website is conservation management at the edge of forests, in particular transfering them to coppice-with-standards forests.
The research group CIVILand is based at the Leibniz-Centre for Agricultural Landscape Research (ZALF) and will conduct research in cooperation with various partners in Germany and the US
The website of the WISER-project. WISER will support the implementation of the Water Framework Directive (WFD) by developing tools for the integrated assessment of the ecological status of European surface waters.
The topic of this project-related website are the consequences of climate change for plant and animal communities and possible mitigation strategies by conservation management.
International (English) web site of the research project "Euro-limpacs" funded by the European Union: "The website aims to give an overview on how Climate Change affects freshwater ecosystems in Europe and worldwide ..."
The European Forum on Nature Conservation and Pastoralism (EFNCP) is a Europe-wide network which raises awareness of the importance of low-intensity farming for nature conservation.
Website of "Natura 2000". The area network Natura 2000 consists of areas that are subject to the Fauna-Flora-Habitatrichtlinie (FFH-Richtlinie, 92/43/EWG) and the Vogelschutzrichtlinie (79/409/EWG).
Monitoring and assessment tools for rivers and streams are currently under revision and being newly developed based on the EG-Wasserrahmenrichtlinie (EG-WRRL).
Website of the Australasian Arachnological Society. Scientist and amateurs will find information on spiders, scorpions, harvestmen and other arachnids.