Institute of Environmental Sciences (CML)
CML is an institute of the Faculty of Science of Leiden University.
Our institute aspires to be the center of excellence for strategic and quantitative research and education on sustainable use and governance of natural resources and biodiversity.
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Research ProjectsNanowire based Tandem Solar CellsA meta-analysis of wetland plant traits in relation to the strategies of wetland plants and the impacts on ecosystem functioningRemote sensing-based assessment of functional diversity for polar ecosystemsImproving vegetation representation in Multi-sensor Earth Observation Products through phenology and trait-based priors
Recent DissertationsBiophysical feedbacks between seagrasses and hydrodynamics in relation to grazing, water quality and spatial heterogeneity: consequences for sediment stability and seston trappingA. AdhityaThe impact of sustainable forest management on plant and bird diversity in East Kalimantan, IndonesiaA. ArbainsyahThe tension between nature conservation and economic valuation of ecosystem servicesJ.F. Admiraal
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