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Linda Krummenauer

Dipl. Geographer, M.A. North American Studies

Research Domain II: Climate Impacts & Vulnerabilities

Research Area III: Climate Change and Development (CCD)

 

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Contact

Potsdam Institute for Climate Impact Research (PIK)

Postal Address: P.O. Box 60 12 03, 14412 Potsdam, Germany

Visiting Address: Telegrafenberg A 56, Room 2.18, 14473 Potsdam, Germany

Phone: +49 (0)331/288-20714

E-Mail:lindakrummenauer(at)pik-potsdam.de

 

Flagship Project: Climate Proof Cities and Infrastructure

Past involvement in projects at PIK: TESS, RAMSES, RECREATE

Fields of interest

Heat and mortality relationships in cities worldwide

Migration and security

 

Publications

  • Krummenauer, L., Costa, L., Walther, C., Prahl, B. F., Holsten, A. and J. P. Kropp (in preparation). Drivers and Evolution of Threshold Temperatures for Mortality from Heat in Cities under Climate Change.
  • Huber, V., Krummenauer, L., Lange, S., Pena Ortiz, C., Gasparrini, A., Vicedo-Cabrera, A., Garcia Herrera, R., Frieler, K. (in preparation). Temperature-related excess mortality in Germany’s major cities under present and future climate.

  • Waha, K., Krummenauer, L., Adams, S. et al. (2017): Climate change impacts in the Middle East and Northern Africa (MENA) region and their implications for vulnerable population groups. Reg Environ Change. (PDF)
  • Schellnhuber, H. J., Reyer, C., Hare, B., Waha, K., Otto, IM., 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., Trujillo, NC, 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., Stagl, J., Thonicke, K. (2014): Main report. Vol. 2 of Turn Down the Heat: Confronting the New Climate Normal. Washington, DC: World Bank Group. (PDF)

Book Chapters & other publications

  • Krummenauer, L. and J. P. Kropp (2018): Grenze der Bewohnbarkeit in heißen Regionen am Beispiel des Nahen Ostens [The limits of habitability in hot regions - The example of the Middle East]. In: Lozán, J. L., Breckle, S.-W., Graßl, H., Kasang, D. and R. Weisse (Eds.): Warnsignal Klima - Extremereignisse [Extreme events]. Verlag Wissenschaftliche Auswertungen, Hamburg, pp. 326-332.

Presentations & posters

  • Krummenauer, L., Costa, L., Holsten, A. and J. P. Kropp (2015): Scaling heat-mortality relationships recorded in cities to the global scale. Poster. Our Common Future Under Climate Change, 7-10 July, Paris, France.
  • Krummenauer, L., Costa, L., Prahl, B. F., Walther, C. Holsten, A. and J. P. Kropp (2017): Drivers and evolution of present and future threshold temperatures for heat-related mortality. Conference Talk. Cities and Climate Conference 2017, 19-21 September, Potsdam, Germany.
  • Krummenauer, L., Costa, L., Prahl, B. F., Walther, C. Holsten, A. and J. P. Kropp (2017): Drivers and evolution of present and future threshold temperatures for heat-related mortality. Introductory Co-Talk to Workshop on "Modeling the temperature-mortality relationship under changing climate and society". Impacts World 2017 - Counting the true costs of climate change, 11-13 October, Potsdam, Germany.

Teaching

  • Hitze und ihre Auswirkungen auf die Gesundheit urbaner Bevölkerungen (Heat and urban health outcomes). Ringvorlesung/Lecture series SoSe 2018 M.Sc. Public Health, Berlin School of Public Health, Charité Berlin.
  • Hitze und ihre Auswirkungen auf die Gesundheit urbaner Bevölkerungen (Heat and urban health outcomes). Ringvorlesung/Lecture series SoSe 2017 M.Sc. Public Health, Berlin School of Public Health, Charité Berlin.
  • Cities and Climate Change: Catalysts of challenges and solutions. Seminar M.Sc. Geoecology, Institute of Earth and Environmental Science, University of Potsdam, SoSe 2016.



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