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Janina Hommeltenberg

Dr. Janina Klatt (former Hommeltenberg)

PostDoc
Biosphere-Atmosphere Exchange
group: Transport Processes in the Atmospheric Boundary-Layer
room: 258
phone: +49 8821 183 283
fax: +49 8821 735 73
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Dr. Janina Klatt

Résumé

 Employment

since 01/2015 PostDoc, Karlsruhe Institute of Technology, Institute of Meteorology and Climate Research - Atmospheric Environmental Research, Garmisch-Partenkirchen, Germany
01/2012-12/2014 Research assistant, Karlsruhe Institute of Technology, Institute of Meteorology and Climate Research - Atmospheric Environmental Research, Garmisch-Partenkirchen, Germany
09/2009-12/2011 Research assistant, Technical University of Munich (TUM), Center of Life and Food Sciences Weihenstephan, Chair of Restoration Ecology, Freising, Germany

Education

12/2014 PhD Thesis, Technical University of Munich (TUM), Center of Life and Food Sciences Weihenstephan, Chair of Atmospheric Environmental Research, Germany, Thesis: `Biosphere-Atmosphere Exchange of CO2 and CH4 over Natural and Drained Bog Forest Ecosystems in Southern Germany´
05/2009 Diploma in Landscape Ecology, University of  Münster, Germany. Thesis: `Ermittlung von Spurenstoffen in der Abluftfahne Münsters mit Hilfe eines Flugzeuges´

Research Interests

  • Eddy-covariance measurements in complex terrain
  • Biosphere-atmosphere interaction in peatland ecosystems
  • Data handling and gap-filling procedures for estimating annual net carbon budgets

Projects

  • ICOS-D: Pilot- und Demonstrationsprojekt zur nationalen Umsetztung des Integrierten Kohlenstoff-Beobachtungssystems

  • Cooperative project; Climate reporting "histosols – assessment and development of methods, activity-data and emission-factors for the climate reporting under LULUCF/ AFOLU  (funded by vTI, BMELV; 2009-2012, Subproject: Eddy-Covariance

  • Effect of peatland restoration on climate change - Assessment of mitigation potential of peatland restoration in Bavaria within framework of Klip2020. 2008-2011, funded by LfU-Bayern.

 

Publications

  • J. Hommeltenberg, H.P. Schmid, M. Drösler, P. Werle, 2014. Can a bog drained for forestry be a stronger carbon sink than a natural bog forest? Biogeoscience,11, 3477-3493, DOI: 10.5194/bg-11-3477-2014.
  • J. Hommeltenberg, M. Mauder, M. Drösler, K. Heidbach, P. Werle, H.P. Schmid, 2014. Ecosystem scale methane fluxes in a natural temperate bog-pine forest in southern Germany. Agricultural and Forest Meteorology, 198, 273-284, DOI: 10.1016/j.agrformet.2014.08.017.

Award

  • Commendable Oral Presentation Award: 30th AMS Conference on Agricultural and Forest Meteorology, American Meteorological Society, 2012.