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Judith Stagl

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Research Domain II: Climate Impacts & Vulnerabilities

Research Area "Regional Impacts and Adaptation"

Flagship Project "Improving Robustness of Regional Assessments"

 

Dr. rer.-nat. (Hydrology and Climatology)

Dipl. Geographer (Geoinformatics, Hydrology and Water Resources Engineering)

M.A. Philosophy (Science Theory, Social and Development Studies, Ethics)



Potsdam Institute for Climate Impact Research

Mail: P.O.Box 60 12 03, 14412 Potsdam, Germany
Visiting address: Telegraphenberg A 62, 14473 Potsdam, Germany

Email: stagl@pik-potsdam.de

Phone: +49-331-288-20771

 

Project involvement:

OASIS Climate-KIC (European Institute of Innovation and Technology): Development of an open-source catastrophe model for the insurance sector. http://www.oasislmf.org/

HABIT-CHANGE "Adaptive Management of Climate-induced Changes of Habitat Diversity in Protected Areas". www.habit-change.eu

PhD thesis:

"Ecosystems' exposure to climate change – Modeling as support for nature conservation management" (defended in January 2017 at University of Potsdam, Dept. of Hydrology and Climatology, Final grade: "magna cum laude")

Publications:

  • Lobanova, A., Liersch, S., Nunes, J.P., Didovets, I., Stagl, J., Huang, S., Koch, H., Rivas López, M.R., Maule, C.F., Hattermann, F.F., Krysanova, V. (2017): Intercomparison of hydrological impacts of moderate and high-end climate change projections across European river basins. Submitted to Water.

  • Stagl, J., Hattermann, F. F. (2016): Impacts of climate change on riverine ecosystems: alterations of ecologically relevant flow dynamics for the Danube River and its major tributaries. Water 2016, 8(12), 566; doi: 10.3390/w8120566.
  • Stagl, J., Hattermann, F. F. (2015): Impacts of climate change on the hydrological regime of the Danube River and its tributaries using an ensemble of climate scenarios. Water 2015, 7(11), 6139-6172; doi:10.3390/w7116139.
  • Reyer, C., Otto, IM., Adam,S., Albrecht, T., Baarsch, F., Cartsburg, M., Coumou, D., Eden, A., Ludi, E., Marcus, R., Mengel, M., Mosello, B., Robinson, A., Schleussner, C.-F., Serdeczny, O., Stagl, J. (2015): Climate change impacts in Central Asia and their implications for development. Reg Environ Change; doi: 10.1007/s10113-015-0893-z. online first.

  • Lobanova, A., Stagl, J., Vetter, T., and Hattermann, F.F. (2015): Discharge alterations of the Mures River, Romania, under ensembles of future climate projections and sequential threats to ecosystem by the end of the century. Water 2015, 7(6), 2753-2770; doi:10.3390/w7062753.
  • Stagl, J., Prasch, M., Weidinger, R. (2015): Climate-related forest fire risk. In: Mauser, W., Prasch, M. (Eds.): Regional Assessments of Global Change Impacts. The Project GLOWA-Danube. Springer. ISBN 978-3-319-16751-0, pp 639-650.
  • Stagl, J., Hattermann, F.F. (2014): Ensemble simulations of climate change impacts on river flow characteristics of the Danube river and its tributaries. In: Dorner, W., Marquart, A., Schröder, U. (Eds.) (2014): Proceedings of the XXVI Conference of the Danubian Countries on hydrological forecasting and hydrological bases of water management, Deggendorf Institute of Technology, pp 287-290.
  • Frischbier, N., Profft, I., Richter, F., Feske, N., Stagl, J., Hattermann, F., Gutsch, M. (2013): Spruce forests under climate change. HABIT-CHANGE Leaflet. pp.1-6.
  • Stagl, J., Prasch, M., Weidinger, R. (2010): Teilprojekt Hydrologie/Fernerkundung – Klimatisches Waldbrandrisiko, In: GLOWA-Danube Projekt, LMU München (Hrsg.): Global Change Atlas. Einzugsgebiet Obere Donau. München, Article in Book.
  • Stagl, J., Prasch, M. (2010): Teilprojekt Hydrologie/Fernerkundung – Szenarien zu Entwicklung des klimatischen Waldbrandrisikos, In: GLOWA-Danube Projekt, LMU München (Hrsg.): Global Change Atlas. Einzugsgebiet Obere Donau. München, Article in Book.

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