Homepage of Julia Reinhardt

Dipl. Geoecologist

B.Ed. Geography and Spanish

Research Domain II

Climate Impacts & Vulnerabilities

 

Contact:

Potsdam Institute for Climate Impact Research (PIK)
Telegraphenberg A 62 / 2.04
14473 Potsdam, Germany
P.O. Box: 60 12 03

Phone: ++49-(0)331-288-20719
Email: juliarei(at)pik-potsdam.de

 

Projects:

BAM-GIRE (2018-2019)

Integrated Water Resources Management Program, funded by the Embassy of the Kingdom of the Netherlands in Mali through Wetlands International. In this project, we assess the feasibility of land and water management plans (reservoir operations, new reservoirs, irrigation extension etc.) in the Upper Niger and Bani River basins in West Africa and we assess the likely impacts of management scenarios on the inflows into the Inner Niger Delta.

EXTRA (2016-2018)

Impact of EXTreme events and climate change on Russian Agriculture, economic implications and adaptation

AFROMAISON (2011-2014)

Africa at meso-scale: Adaptive and integrated tools and strategies on natural resources management

INNOVATE (2012-2017)

Nachhaltige Nutzung von Stauseen durch innovative Kopplung von aquatischen und terrestrischen ¨ Okosystemfunktionen

PSI-Connect (2009-2012)

Policy Science Interactions - Connecting Science and Policy through Innovative Knowledge Brokering in the field of Water Management and Climate Change

Research interests:

Integrated assessments of socio-ecological systems

Integrated water and land management

Vulnerability of food systems

Scenario design & planning

Communicating science (knowledge transfer & brokerage)

 

Publications:

Liersch, S., Fournet, S., Koch, H., Djibo, A.G., Reinhardt, J., Kortlandt, J., Van Weert, F., Seidou, O., Klop, E., Baker, C. and F.F. Hattermann (2019). Water resources planning in the Upper Niger River basin: Are there gaps between water demand and supply? Journal of Hydrology: Regional Studies 21: 176-194. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.ejrh.2018.12.006

Reinhardt, J.; S. Liersch; M. Abdeladhim; M. Diallo; C. Dickens; S. Fournet; F. Hattermann; C. Kabaseke; M. Muhumuza; M. Mul; T. Pilz; I.  Otto; A.Walz 2018: Systematic evaluation of scenario assessments supporting sustainable integrated natural resources management: Evidence from four case studies in Africa. Ecology and Society. 23(1):5. https://doi.org/10.5751/ES-09728-230105

Vetter,T.*; Reinhardt, J.*; Flörke, M.; van Griensven, A., Hattermann, F., Huang, S., Koch, H. and Pechlivanidis, I. G, Pl¨otner, S., Seidou,O., Krysanova, V. 2017. Evaluation of sources of uncertainty in projected hydrological changes under climate change in 12 large-scale river basins. Climatic Change. 141(3): 419 - 433
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Krysanova, K; T. Vetter; S. Eisner, S. Huang, I. Pechlivanidis; M. Strauch; A. Gelfan; R. Kumar; V. Aich; B. Arheimer; A. Chamorro; A. van
Griensven; D. Kundu; A. Lobanova; V. Mishra; S. Plötner; J. Reinhardt, O. Seidou; X. Wang; M. Wortmann; X. Zeng; F. Hattermann 2017.
Intercomparison of regional-scale hydrological models and climate change impacts projected for 12 large river basins worldwide—a synthesis. Environ. Res. Lett.12 105002

Strauch, M.; Kumar R.; Eisner, S. ; Mulligan, M.; Reinhardt; J.; Santini,W.; Vetter, T.; Friesen, J. 2017. Adjustment of global precipitation data for enhanced hydrologic modeling of tropical Andean watersheds. Climatic Change. 141(3): 547 - 560

Huang, S.; Kumar, R.; Flörle, M.; Yang,T.; Hundecha,Y.; Kraft,P.; Gao,C.; Gelfan, A.; Liersch, S.; Lobanova,A.; Strauch,M.; van Ogtrop, M. ; Reinhardt, J.; Haberlandt,U.; Krysanova, V. 2017. An ensemble analysis of climate change impacts on streamflow seasonality across 11 large river basins. Climatic Change. 141(3): 401 - 417

Krysanova, V.; , Vetter, T.; Eisner, S.; Huang, S.; Pechlivanidis, I.; Strauch, M.; Gelfan, A.; Kumar, R.; Aich, V.; Arheimer, B.; Chamorro, A.; van Griensven, A.; Kundu, D.; Lobanova,A.; Mishra, V.; Ploetner, S.; Reinhardt, J.; Seidou, O.; Wang, X.; Wortmann, W.; Zeng, X.; Hattermann, F.2017. Intercomparison of regional-scale hydrological models and climate change impacts projected for 12 large river basins worldwide - A synthesis. Environmental Research Letters.

Serdeczny,O.; Adams, S.; Coumou, D; Robinson, A.; Hare, B.; Schaeffer, M.; Perrette, M.; Reinhardt, J.. 2017. Climate change impacts in Sub-Saharan Africa: From physical changes to their social repercussions. Regional Environmental Change. 17(6): 1585 -1600

Reyer, C.; Adams, S.; Albrecht, T., Baarsch, F.; Boit, A.; Canales Trujillo, N.; Cartsburg, M.; Coumou, D.; Eden, A.; Fernandes, E.; Langerwisch, F.; Marcus, R.; Mengel, M.; Mira-Salama, D.; Perette, M.; Pereznieto, P.; Rammig, A.; Reinhardt, J.; Robinson, A.; Rocha, M.; Sakschewski, B.; Schaeffer, M.; Schleussner, C.-F.; Serdeczny, O. and Thonicke, K.2015. Climate change impacts in Latin America and the Caribbean and their implications for development. Regional Environmental Change. 17(6). 1601 -1621

Hesse, C.; Krysanova, V.; Vetter, T.; Reinhardt, J.. Comparison of several approaches representing terrestrial and in-stream nutrient retention and decomposition in watershed modelling. Ecological Modelling 269: 70 - 85

Liersch, S., Cools, J., Kone, B., Koch, H., Diallo, M., Reinhardt, J., Fournet, S., Aich, V. and F.F. Hattermann (2012). Vulnerability of rice production in the Inner Niger Delta to water resources management under climate variability and change. Environmental Science & Policy http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.envsci.2012.10.014

Schellnhuber H.J., Reyer, C., Hare, W., Waha, K., Otto, I.M., Serdeczny, O., Schaeffer, M., Schleußner, C.F., Reckien, D., Marcus, R., Kit, O., Eden, A., Adams, S., Aich, V., Albrecht, T., Baarsch, F., Boit, A., Canales Trujillo, N., Cartsburg. M., Coumou, D., Fader, M., Hoff, H., Jobbins, G., Jones, L., Krummenauer, L., Langerwisch, F., Le Masson, V., Ludi, E., Mengel, M., Möhring, J., Mosello, B., Norton, A., Perette, M., Pereznieto, P., Rammig, A., Reinhardt, J., Robinson, A., Rocha, M., Sakschewski, B., Schaphoff, S., Schewe, J., Stag, J., and K. Thonicke 2014: Turn Down the Heat: Confronting the New Climate Normal. The World Bank, Washington