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About me

My name is Simon Mösch and I am currently a Phd Student at the Humboldt Universität Berlin.

 

My research interests include urban wildlife, invasive species  as well as wilderness, rewilding and human-animal-interactions.

I am interested to understand human-animal-preceptions to create a less-conflicted coexistence of humans and wild animals - in urban areas and natural areas alike (read more here).

 

In collaboration with the Freie Universität Berlin and the IZW, I am investigating human-wildlife-interactions in urban environments. Aim is to understand the dynamics of human-wildlife-conflicts and to enhance existing urban wildlife management tools for environmental education as well as urban and greenspace planning (read more here).

Curriculum Vitae

since 2019

Humboldt Universität zu Berlin

PhD Geography-Landscape Ecology

(shared supervision with Freie Universität Berlin and IZW)

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2017-2018

University of Edinburgh

M.Sc. Environmental Protection and Management

Thesis: Perceptions and management of reintroduced beavers to Scotland

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2015-2016

Haskoli Islands Reykjavik

Erasmus in Earth & Environmental Sciences

Focus: Wilderness, Tourism, Conservation biology

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2012-2016

Rheinische Friedrich-Wilhelms Universität Bonn

B.Sc. Geograpy with minor German Studies

Thesis: Masstourism and Wilderness in Iceland

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