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Maike Stumpf

Maike Stumpf


Bis 12/2019 bei Global Change Ecology
e-Mail: bt707271(at)uni-bayreuth.de


2017 - present

Master of Science in Global Change Ecology
University of Bayreuth, Germany

2013 - 2016

Bachelor of Science in Landscape Ecology and Nature Conservation
University of Greifswald, Germany

Thesis topic: Do young bats follow their mothers? - Population-genetic study of bats at the mass-hibernaculum "Brunnen Meyer"

Department of Applied Zoology and Nature Conservation

Supervisor: Prof. Dr. Gerald Kerth

Internships and Work Experience  

07/2017 Volunteer, Juara Turtle Project (Sea Turtle Conservation)
Tioman Island, Malaysia

01/2014-09/2016 Volunteer, Tierschutzbund Greifswald und Umgebung e.V.
Greifswald, Germany

05/2014-01/2015 Consultant for Ecology Matters, Allgemeiner Studierendenausschuss (AStA)
Greifswald, Germany


05/2019 Living Planet Symposium, European Space Agency
Milan, Italy

11/2018 UN Biodiversity Conference COP 14 (CBD), United Nations
Sharm El Sheikh, Egypt

Summer Universities  

07/2017 NEXT - Nature-Based Solutions for Smart Cities Summer School
Belarusian-Russian University Mogilev, Belarus


Stumpf, M., Meier, F., Grosche, L., Halczok, T. K., Schaik, J. Van, & Kerth, G. (2017). How Do Young Bats Find Suitable Swarming and Hibernation Sites? Assessing the Plausibility of the Maternal Guidance Hypothesis Using Genetic Maternity Assignment for two European Bat Species. Acta Chiropterologica, 19(2), 319–327

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