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Juliane Scheder

M. Sc.

 

Research associate

Tel.: +49 221 470-4841

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Curriculum vitae

since 10/2016 Research associate at NIhK
2015-2016 Scientific assistant at the Institute for Geography, Köln University,  and Graduate School of Geosciences
2015 Graduate Master of Science (M. Sc.) at the faculty for maths and natural sciences, Köln University
Thesis: Fossil bog soils (dwog horizons) and their relation to Holocene coastal changes in the Jade Weser region
2011-2015 Study of Physical Geography (M. Sc.) at Köln University
2011 Graduate Bachelor of Science (B. Sc.) at faculty for maths and natural sciences, Köln University
2007 - 2011 Study of Geography at Köln University

 

Research priorities

Coastal MorphologyHolozäne Umweltbedingungen
Micropaleontology
Sedimentology
Holocene environmental conditions
Holocene sea level rise

 

Current research topics

•  Micropaleontologic analysis to develop and apply a transfer function in the area of the East Friesian Islands to reconstruct the holocene sea level rise  (part of WASA-Project)

 

Memberships,honorary offices, awards

Working group Geography of the Seas and Coasts
Dr. Prill-Preis 2016 (Award by Gesellschaft für Erdkunde zu Köln e. V.)
Start-up Honours Grant of the Graduate School of Geosciences, University of Cologne

Publications

Scheder, J., Engel, M., Bungenstock, F., Pint, A., Siegmüller, A., Schwank, S., u. Brückner, H., 2018. Fossil bog soils ('dwog horizons') and their relation to Holocene coastal changes in the Jade Weser region, southern North Sea Germany. Journal of Coastal Conservation 22 (1), 51-69. DOI: 10.1007/s11852-017-0502-z.

 

 

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