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Hessisches Landesamt für Naturschutz, Umwelt und Geologie

Research projects: Human Health

Current projects

Dr. R. Müller, Goethe-University, Frankfurt (Institute of Occupational, Social and Environmental Medicine), Prof. M. Pfenninger, Senckenberg Biodiversity and Climate Research Centre, Frankfurt:
“Integrated vector management for an environmentally friendly and sustainable control of the Asian bush mosquito (AJAP II)” (2017 - 2021)


Completed projects
 

Prof. H. A. Grewe, Prof. B. Blättner, University of Applied Sciences Fulda (Public Health Institute Fulda),
Dr. H. Uphoff, Hessian State Examination Office for the Health Sector, Dillenburg:

"Establishment of a surveillance system for heat-related mortality in Hesse (HEAT II)" (2014 - 2016)

 

Dr. U. Kuch, Dr. R. Müller, Prof. M. Pfenninger, Biodiversity and Climate Research Centre, Frankfurt:
"Development, assessment and ecotoxicological evaluation of prevention and control measures against the invasive Asian bush mosquito in Hesse and Rhineland-Palatinate, Germany" (2013 - 2016)

 

Prof. H. A. Grewe, Prof. B. Blättner, University of Applied Sciences Fulda (Department of Nursing and Health Sciences):
"Hessian action plan for the prevention of heat induced health impairments of the population (HEAT)" (2009 - 2012) 

 

Dr. U. Kuch, Biodiversity and Climate Research Centre, Frankfurt (Project group “Diversity and dynamics of pathogens, vectors and reservoir hosts”): 

"Monitoring of the Asian tiger mosquito (Aedes albopictus) in high risk locations in southern Hesse and development of DNA-based rapid tests for the early diagnosis of eggs and larvae of A. albopictus" (2009 - 2012) 

 


 

Preceding projects were already conducted since 2004 by the HLNUG within the Integrated Climate Protection Programme Hesse 2012 (background information) of the Hessian Environmental Ministry

 

Hessian State Examination Office for the Health Sector, Dillenburg:
"Effects of a projected climatic change on concerns of human health protection in Hesse" (2005)