DESIRE project partners

Partners

UG

Greifswald, Germany

University of Greifswald, Chair of experimental plant ecology

Jürgen Kreyling, Wendelin Wichtmann, Marina Abramchuk

Lead of the project, review on peatlands rewetting, responses and paludiculture.

UG

Greifswald, Germany

University of Greifswald, Chair of landscape economy

Volker Beckmann, Achim Schäfer

Economic assessment of ecosystem services

MSF

Greifswald, Germany

Michael Succow Foundation,

Jan Peters, Wendelin Wichtmann

Support of project coordination, Integration of peatlands management into RBMPs Dialogue of multidisciplinary working group on paludiculture implementation

SGGW

Warsaw, Poland

Warsaw University of Life Sciences, Division of Hydrology and Water Resources

Mateusz Grygoruk

Field research and data collection, Hydrological modelling, Manual-management guidelines for peatland rewetting, Trade-offs in ecosystem services

OTOP

Marki, Poland

Polish Society for the Protection of Birds,

Jaroslaw Krogulec, Tomasz Wilk

Developing agri-environmental schemes for nutrients and paludiculture, field monitoring in study peatlands, contribution to the peatland Rewetting manual and trade-offs of ecosystem services

UK

Kaunas, Lithuania

Vitautas Magnus University, Institute of Forest Biology and Silviculture

Michael Manton, Per Angelstam

Analysis and working with peatland database

LFN

Vilnius, Lithuania

Lithuanian Fund for Nature,

Nerijus Zableckis, Leonas Jarasius

Inventory of peatlands in the Neman basin, Stakeholder communication, Site selections for demonstration sites, Rewetting and paludiculture on pilot peatlands

Kaliningrad, Russia

State budget Institution of the Kaliningrad region "Nature park "Vishtynetsky",

Amalj Samerkhanova

Site selections for demonstration sites, Rewetting and paludiculture on pilot peatlands, Implementation of proposed measures

BUT

Bialystok, Poland

Bialystok University of Technology, Department of Agri-Food Engineering and Environmental Management

Piotr Banaszuk

Case study peatlands: nutrients, carbon, habitats, contribution to rewetting guidelines, quantification of ES trade-offs