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Vera Heck

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PhD Student
M.Sc. Hydro Science and Engineering

Potsdam Institute for Climate Impact Research (PIK)

Telegrafenberg A62/Nr. 1.11
14412 Potsdam

Tel.: ++49-(0)331-288-2458
Email: heck(at)pik-potsdam.de

 

PhD-PROJECT

I am a PhD student within the DFG funded SPP on climate engineering. As a member of CE-LAND I develop and simulate global land use scenarios for terrestrial carbon dioxide removal with the dynamic vegetation model LPJmL and analyse biogeochemical and hydrological impacts in the context of planetary boundaries.

Further research interests: Agricultural water use and water scarcity, Mathematical optimization, Social feedbacks to the climate system using conceptual models

 

PUBLICATIONS

Heck, V., Donges, J.F.,  Lucht, W., (2016), Collateral transgression of planetary boundaries due to climate engineering by terrestrial carbon dioxide removal, Earth System Dynamics Discussions, doi:10.5194/esd-2016-22

Heck, V., Gerten, D., Lucht, W., Boysen, L. R., (2016), Is extensive terrestrial carbon dioxide removal a ‘green’ form of geoengineering? A global modelling study, Global and Planetary Changedoi:10.1016/j.gloplacha.2015.12.008

Grundmann, J., Schütze N., Heck, V. (2014), Optimal integrated management of groundwater resources and irrigated agriculture in arid coastal regions, Proc. IAHS, doi:10.5194/piahs-364-216-2014

 

PRESENTATIONS

Heck, V., Boysen, L. R., Gerten, D., Lucht, W. (2015), Climate-effective terrestrial carbon dioxide removal could induce biogeochemical state shifts, Climate Engineering Research Symposium 2015, Berlin, Germany

Heck, V., Donges, J., Lucht W. (2015), Systemic effects of geoengineering by terrestrial carbon dioxide removal on carbon related planetary boundaries, European Geosciences Union General Assembly 2015, Vienna, Austria

Heck, V., Boysen, L. R., Gerten, D., Lucht, W. (2014), Biogeochemical and Hydrological Impacts of Terrestrial Carbon Doixide Removal Strategies", Climate Engineering Conference 2014, Berlin, Germany

 

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