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My research activities focus on gaining an extended process understanding of the interactions between atmosphere, cryosphere, hydrosphere and biosphere in high mountain systems (Alps, Tibetan plateau, Himalayas, Andes).

My doctoral thesis covers the hydrological modeling and analysis of multiple lake catchment areas without drainage on the Tibetan Plateau and makes an important contribution to a holistic and quantitative understanding of spatiotemporal patterns of hydro-climatological process components and water balance changes both at the catchment area and regional level.

The research approach I am pursuing combines statistical time series analysis, geospatial data analysis, field work and hydro-meteorological modeling.

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My research activities focus on advances in the process-related understanding of interactions among atmosphere, cryosphere, hydrosphere and biosphere in data-scarce high mountain regions (Alps, Tibetan Plateau, Himalaya, Andes).

My PhD is concerned with the hydrological modeling and analysis of multiple endorheic lake basins on the Tibetan Plateau and contributes to a better understanding of the spatiotemporal hydro-climatological patterns and water balance changes on the Tibetan Plateau at a catchment-through-regional scale.

The research approach combines statistical hydro-climatological time series analysis, geospatial data analysis (GIS and remote sensing), field surveys and hydrological catchment modeling.

www.geographie.uni-jena.de