Dominik Katzenmayer

Dominik Katzenmayer

Project Staff

Hellbrunnerstrasse 34, 5020 Salzburg

Tel.: +43(0)662 8044 5604


Room: D-2.002


Research interest

My main interest lies in applied Conservation Biology. Since the exact effects of renaturation programs are often not recorded sufficiently, I want to quantify the effect of specific measures on species communities.

Curriculum vitae:
Employment history

  • 06-08/2020: Student assistant at the Biosphärenregion Berchtesgadener Land; recording and collecting of wild herbs along field margins, consultation, PR work
  • Since 2019: Freelancer in museum education in the Haus der Natur, Salzburg
  • Since 2019: Mapping for the beaver monitoring programme of Salzburg


  •  Since 11/2020: MSc degree at Paris Lodron University, Salzburg. Ecology and Evolution
  • 10/2016 – 11/2020: BSc degree at Paris Lodron University, Salzburg. Thesis: „ Do high heavy metal leaf concentrations protect Noccaea caerulescens against herbivory? – A field test to assess the Elemental Defence Hypothesis”