Lisa Ambrosi

University of Innsbruck
Department of Ecology

Research Group: Ecosystem and Landscape Ecology

Sternwartestrasse 15     (Room 305)
A-6020 Innsbruck

T +43 (0)512 507-51627
F +43 (0)512 507-51699

Research Interests
  • Ecosystem service modelling and mapping
  • Soil and water resources management 
  • Soil hydrology
  • Socio-hydrology
  • Social-ecological resilience 
Research Projects

RESULT – RESilience through synergies between agricULture and Tourism (2017-2020)


Huber, L., E. Posch, K.-M. Höferl, R. Bell, R. Stotten, E. Tasser, R. Steiger, and G. Leitinger. Accepted. Two Perspectives - one Goal: Resilience Research in Protected Mountain Regions. Ecomont. 

Huber, L., J. Rüdisser, C. Meisch, R. Stotten, G. Leitinger, and U. Tappeiner. 2020. Agent-based modelling of water balance in a social-ecological system: A multidisciplinary approach for mountain catchments. Science of the Total Environment: 142962. doi: 10.1016/j.scitotenv.2020.142962 

Huber, L., U. Schirpke, T. Marsoner, E. Tasser, and G. Leitinger. 2020. Does socioeconomic diversification enhance multifunctionality of mountain landscapes? Ecosystem Services 44: 101122. doi: 10.1016/j.ecoser.2020.101122 

Tello-García, E., L. Huber, G. Leitinger, A. Peters, C. Newesely, M.-E. Ringler, and E. Tasser. 2020. Drought- and heat-induced shifts in vegetation composition impact biomass production and water use of alpine grasslands. Environmental and Experimental Botany 169: 103921. doi: 10.1016/j.envexpbot.2019.103921 

Huber, L., N. Bahro, G. Leitinger, U. Tappeiner, and U. Strasser. 2019. Agent-based modelling of a coupled water demand and supply system at the catchment scale. Sustainability 11(21): 6178. doi: 10.3390/su11216178 

Meisch, C., U. Schirpke, L. Huber, J. Rüdisser, and U. Tappeiner. 2019. Assessing Freshwater Provision and Consumption in the Alpine Space Applying the Ecosystem Service Concept. Sustainability 11: 1131. doi: 10.3390/su11041131

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