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Contact

Here you will find all the information you need to contact and find your way to the National Monitoring Centre for Biodiversity. We look forward to meeting you!

Do you have any questions or comments?

Please use our contact form to send us a message. Here you have the opportunity to send your questions to the Monitoring Centre. We will process your request as quickly as possible.

Head National Monitoring Centre for Biodiversity

Dr. Petra Dieker
Head National Monitoring Centre for Biodiversity
+49 341 30977-220
Alte Messe 6, 04103 Leipzig

Deputy Head National Monitoring Centre for Biodiversity

Dr. Ursula Nigmann
Deputy Head National Monitoring Centre for Biodiversity
+49 341 30977-232
Michael Pütsch
Deputy Head National Monitoring Centre for Biodiversity
+49 341 30977-233

Address

Nationales Monitoringzentrum zur Biodiversität am Standort des BfN in Leipzig
+49 341 30977-222
Alte Messe 6, 04103 Leipzig
Office building of the National Biodiversity Monitoring Centre in Leipzig at the Alte Messe.
The offices of the Monitoring Centre are located in the premises of the Federal Agency for Nature Conservation (BfN) in Leipzig on the grounds of the Old Trade Fair.

Arrival by train

Leipzig main station: continue with tram line 15 (direction “Meusdorf”, approx. every 10 minutes) to the “Altes Messegelände” stop.

Arrival by plane

Leipzig/Halle Airport: take S-Bahn lines S5/S5X (direction Altenburg/Zwickau) to Leipzig Central station, then continue with tram line 15 (see above) or take S-Bahn lines 1 and 2 (direction Leipzig Stötteritz) and S-Bahn line 3 (direction Leipzig Stötteritz, Wurzen, Oschatz) to the “Leipzig-Völkerschlachtdenkmal” stop.

Arrival by car

Entrance to the Old Trade Fair Centre - in the background, the building housing the National Biodiversity Monitoring Centre.
Entrance to the Old Trade Fair - in the background the building housing the National Biodiversity Monitoring Centre.

From the south/west:

Via the A 9 motorway, junction Rippachtal/A 38 exit Leipzig-Süd, use the road B 2 towards Leipzig continue on Richard-Lehmann-Straße, Zwickauer Straße, Puschstraße, Alte Messe 6.

From the east:

Via motorway A 14/A 38 Dreieck Parthenaue, exit Leipzig-Süd, use road B 2 towards Leipzig, continue as above.

From the north:

Via motorway A 9/A 14, exit Leipzig-Mitte via road B 2 towards “Zentrum” (city centre), continue on road B 2 towards Gera, B 2 Prager Straße, junction Alte Messe (at the "double M").

 

FAQ - Frequently asked questions and answers

The NMZB website is aimed at stakeholders from science, federal and state authorities, professional societies and associations, as well as volunteers. In the future, special offers will also be made to address those active in Citizen Science projects and the interested public. It is planned that the information and networking platform will offer suitable access and services for the needs of the various monitoring stakeholders making data and tools available accordingly.

Firstly, please try the following approaches to solving the problem: Reload the page; restart the browser; use a different browser; delete your cache, cookies and browsing history. If the problem cannot be solved, contact us via the contact form describing the problem as precisely as possible. Send us a screenshot that shows the problem and provide us with the following information: On which device (mobile, desktop etc.), operating system and browser (Android, IOS, Windows, Firefox, Chrome etc.) does the error occur? When and where did the problem occur? Send us the URL and specify the page range. Did you receive an error message? If so, what was it?

The NMZB head office is staffed with a dedicated team with different expertise from the fields of biodiversity monitoring and research, as well as specialised disciplines such as geoecology, soil biology, agricultural biology, landscape planning and geography. This ensures broad expertise and networking. Currently, up to 20 positions are planned for the diverse tasks of the Monitoring Centre.

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