Tamara Schaal

tamara-schaalTamara Schaal holds a Master’s degree in Sustainability Science from Leuphana University. She has worked first as student assistant and subsequently as research associate in the MULTAGRI project.




Leventon, J., Schaal, T., Velten, S., Loos, J., Fischer, J., & Newig, J. (2019). Landscape-scale biodiversity governance: Scenarios for reshaping spaces of governance. Environmental Policy and Governance, 29(3), 170-184.


Velten, S., Schaal, T., Leventon, J., Hanspach, J., Fischer, J., & Newig, J. (2018). Rethinking biodiversity governance in European agricultural landscapes: Acceptability of alternative governance scenarios. Land Use Policy, 77, 84-93.


Leventon, J., Schaal, T., Velten, S., Dänhardt, J., Fischer, J., Abson D.J., & Newig, J. (2017). Collaboration or fragmentation? Biodiversity management through the common agricultural policy. Land Use Policy, 64, 1-12.


Bernert, P., Haaser, A., Kühl, L., & Schaal, T. (2016). Towards a Real-world Laboratory: A transdisciplinary Case Study from Lüneburg. GAIA 25(4), 253-259.

Leventon, J., Newig, J., Schaal, T., & Velten, S. (2016). Governance approaches to address scale issues in biodiversity management – current situation and ways forward. MultAgri Policy Brief. MULTAGRI. 03/2016.