Digital Forest Lab: Haselberg
- A place for practice-oriented learning and research!
With financial support from the Erich Schmidt Sattelmühle Foundation, four hectares of forest area are being developed into a virtual learning and teaching place and used for future-oriented, innovative research and teaching.
The Digital Forest Lab Haselberg is a virtual and analog teaching and learning location east of Eberswalde. The basis is a locally diverse forest area managed by the University for Sustainable Development Eberswalde . The multifaceted forest area offers numerous interactive opportunities to present the local forest ecosystem in its ecological and economic range. For this purpose, a virtual forest tour was created, which, in combination with data recordings on site, by means of data loggers and dendrometers, enables a comprehensive immersion in the forest ecosystem. Students can deepen their knowledge in the context of research projects.
The Location of the forest site in Haselberg
The th ree-part virtual forest tour interactively conveys theoretical content using the practical example of Haselberg in 360° stations . The free offer is aimed at students of the forest of all semesters and forest enthusiasts to explore the forest online in a self-learning and interest-based way.
In addition, there is a permanent experimental area and student research projects that deal more deeply with certain aspects. If you have any questions or comments about the project, there is a contact form.
Find out more here and dive into the forest!
The Digital Forest Lab is not a substitute for an excursion or a walk in the forest, but is intended to offer the opportunity to explore the forest ecosystem in a self-learning way, at any time of the year, from any place.
The interactive forest tour in the Haselberg University Forest leads through various 360° stations , which depicts the forest ecosystem with its local characteristics. It consists of three consecutive chapters . These can be controlled individually , via the tab overview at the bottom of the screen or on the overview map . Here, theoretical and application-oriented information can be explored and deepened freely according to your interest.
This chapter provides an introduction to the floors of the Haselberg forest ecosystem. The stock is characterized by diverse plant and animal species, as well as location characteristics. The contents correspond to the study contents of the
1st to 3rd semesters.
How can I monitor and observe it? Why and when does one harvest ?
This section deals with the measurement of tree populations and forests based on different parameters. These provide information for forestry practice, which faces certain challenges in the context of global warming. The contents correspond to the study contents of the 2nd to 4th semesters.
What developments and dynamics accompany the forest ecosystem today and in the future?
This part offers a perspective on the forest that is not always at eye level. Drones can be used to analyse crown states and entire forests in a short time. Biodiversity factors, such as dead wood, provide information about the condition of a forest. Finally, our forests are undergoing a transformation and are certain The contents correspond to the study contents of the 3rd to 6th semesters.
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Wie schnell bist du im Wald und wie oft kannst du geführte Exkursionen wahrnehmen? Diese virtuelle Wald Tour des Digital Forest Lab bringt den Wald nachhause!