PhD-, Diploma-, Master- and Bachelor theses from the department


PhD-Candidate PhD-topic
Amir Hossein Abdi Inverse modeling of atmospheric methane, with focus on Africa and Europe using remote sensing measurements
Jinxuan Chen Flight campaign-based inversion of regional greenhouse gas fluxes and validation of the CHARM-F active remote sensing instrument
Lucia Muriel Eder Effects of elevated CO 2  on soil organic matter turnover and nutrient uptake
Eldho Elia Constraining the greenhouse gas budget of the Indian subcontinent
Tzu-Hsin Ho (David) Ensemble Simulations of greenhouse gas distributions for remote sensing data assimilation
Kseniia Ivanova Role of wetlands on the feedback processes between Arctic permafrost carbon and climate change
Saqr Munassar Development of a pre-operational inverse modelling system for regular quantification of biosphere-atmosphere exchange over Europe
Martijn Pallandt Evaluation and improvement of the pan-Arctic greenhouse gas monitoring network
Sandra Raab Links between hydrology and carbon cycle processes within permafrost ecosystems in Northeast Siberia
Gabriela Sophia Next-generation ecosystem models to simulate acclimation of plant nutrient-use strategies to global change
Anh Dieu Tran Intergrating bottom-up and top-down methods to estimate the variability of the Siberian carbon balance.
Natalie Triches Investigation of the influence of belowground heterogeneity and nutrient availability on the net impact of Arctic disturbance processes
Hye In Yang Effects of elevated CO 2  and nutrient avaiability of carbon allocation and soil biogeochemistry in a mesocosm experiment

Thesis - PhD (9)

Thesis - PhD
Pallandt, M.: Assessment and optimization strategies of the pan-Arctic greenhouse gas monitoring networks. Dissertation, University of Hamburg, Hamburg (2024)
Thesis - PhD
Schickhoff, M.: Effects of model resolution on Arctic land processes. Dissertation, University of Hamburg, Hamburg (2024)
Thesis - PhD
Botia, S.: Greenhouse gas exchange in the Amazon: Carbon dioxide and methane insights from the Amazon Tall Tower Observatory. Dissertation, 180 pp., Wageningen University & Research, Wageningen (2022)
Thesis - PhD
Reum, F.: Methane emissions from the East Siberian Arctic Shelf inferred from accurate observations of atmospheric methane mole fractions. Dissertation, 139 pp., University of Hamburg, Hamburg (2019)
Thesis - PhD
Roessger, N.: Scaling and balancing carbon fluxes in a heterogeneous tundra ecosystem of the Lena River Delta. Dissertation, University of Hamburg, Hamburg (2018)
Thesis - PhD
Boschetti, F.: Atmospheric modeling of airborne GHG observations over Europe using a regional transport model: towards quantitative inversions using multiple species. Dissertation, 107 pp., Friedrich Schiller University Jena, Jena (2017)
Thesis - PhD
Kaiser, S.: Process-based modelling of the methane balance in periglacial landscapes. Dissertation, 209 pp., Friedrich Schiller University Jena, Jena (2017)
Thesis - PhD
Kittler, F.: Long-term drainage effects on carbon fluxes of an Arctic permafrost ecosystem. Dissertation, Friedrich Schiller University Jena, Jena (2017)
Thesis - PhD
Kwon, M. J.: The effects of long-term drainage on processes governing CO2 and CH4 fluxes on an Arctic floodplain in Siberia. Dissertation, XII,92 pp., Friedrich Schiller University Jena, Jena (2016)

Thesis - Master (5)

Thesis - Master
Fischer, W.: Investigation of greenhouse-gas fluxes on a grazed wet tussock tundra in northeastern Siberia. Master, University of Bayreuth, Bayreuth (2020)
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