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Red list of endangered fish species and lampreys in Burgenland

Now the time has come: The Red list of endangered fish species and lampreys in Burgenland is finished and publicly available!

the download of our publication


Merry Christmas

We wish you peaceful celebrations and a successful and healthy New Year!  With these pictures we leave for the Christmas holidays. #staysafe



Bilateral research project REBEN – final report

After completing the multi-year bilateral research project REBEN (Reed Belt Neusiedler See),
the report has now been published under the project management of Georg Wolfram (DWS Hydro-Ökologie).

to download [synthesis in EN]


Monitoring of Trawling in Lake Neusiedl

With the aim of surveying the biomass, we were able to collect valuable data as well as impressive images while monitoring commercial fishing on Lake Neusiedl.


Electrofishing on river Lafnitz

Monitoring of fish stocks in different stretches on the river Lafnitz. The unique morphology of the river makes fishing a challenge.


Forum “Illmitzer Gespräche”

No reason for optimism;
no time for pessimism:
now! (Renate Hammer – Organisation)

From October 14th to 16th, an “interdisciplinary, independent, clear, distinct and at a high level, critically and reflected discourse about true sustainability” takes place in the Seewinkel.

Our managing director Georg Wolfram is also part of the top-class group of speakers. 



End of mowing-season 2021


Autumnal Sampling

In the course of developing a water management concept, we were able to take these pictures of the autumnal Hohe Tauern in the national park area.


5 years of EUWI+

Over the last five years we supported as part of the project European Union Water Initiative Plus (EUWI+) the six Eastern Partnership countries Armenia, Azerbaijan, Belarus, Georgia, the Republic of Moldova and Ukraine to come a big step closer to implementing the European Water Framework Directive. A team of international experts – including us – helped in achieving milestones in water policy and water quality monitoring. We played a major role in the fields of biological assessment and biological monitoring. This summer the project came successfully to an end 🙂 More information regarding water management plans, monitoring expansion, stakeholder events and workshops can be found here: www.euwipluseast.eu


Joint Danube Survey 4 goes public

The publication of JDS 4 – the world’s most comprehensive study of a large river – deserves our attention, naturally!
What is not mentioned on noe.orf.at [ger]: We were also involved in the investigations!

The public report offers an entertaining overview of the results, including a picture of Ulli.

If you are into the details, we recommend the 565 pages of the scientific report.

Happy Reading 😉