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biologist , environmental research executive

Klaus Henle, German environmental research executive, biologist. Named Invited Guest, The Chancellor Summer Party, Bonn, 1994.


Henle, Klaus was born on January 5, 1955 in Waiblingen, Germany. Son of Anton and Liselotte Henle.


Diploma in biology, University Stuttgart-Hohenheim, Germany, 1983. Doctor of Philosophy in Biology, Australian National University, Canberra, 1989.


Researcher University Frankfurt, Germany, 1990. Research associate department landscape planning and ecology University Stuttgart, Germany, 1990-1991. Head department conservation biology and natural resources National Center for Environmental Research Germany-Umweltforschungszentrum, Leipzig-Halle, since 1992.

Trustee Saxonian Academy of Sciences, Leipzig, since 1994. Member Science Advisory Board for Mining and the Environment, Federal Ministry, Education, Science and Technology, Germany, since 1995. Member Science Advisory Board for Conservation Biology and Landscape Planning, federal Ministry Environment, Germany, since 1995.

President Environmental Research Advisory Board, Saxony, since 1995.


  • Other Work

    • Editor, author: Arten-und Biotopschutzforschung für Deutschland, 1991, Species Survival in Fragmented Landscapes, 1996. Contributor articles to professional journals.


Executive member Table Tennis Association, Rutesheim, Germany, 1978-1982. Team member Table Tennis Association, Saxony, Germany, European Veterinary Table Tennis Championships, Prague, 1997. Organizer Table Tennis Association, Leipzig, 1997, Kiwi Fun & Friendship Tour, New Zealand, 1997.

Member Australian Capital Territory Herpetological Association (honorary life), Society Studies Amphibians and Reptiles, European Society for Evolutionary Biology, Deutsche Gesellschaft für Herpetologie and Terrarienkunde (editor Salamandra).


  • Other Interests

    Photography, wind surfing, travel, ping pong/table tennis.


Anton Henle

Liselotte Henle