Dr. Annika Künne

Research associate
Annika Künne, Dr
Annika Künne

As a postdoc researcher at the Geoinformation Science Group my work focuses on understanding and analyzing the impacts of climatic and anthropogenic changes on ecohydrology. For this purpose, I develop and apply process-based simulation models and indicator-based assessment methods to predict and project ecohydrological process dynamics under changing environmental conditions.

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  • Process-based spatially distributed ecohydrological modelling and development of simulation components (http://jams.uni-jena.de/)
  • Projection of Impacts of climate and landuse change on hydrological process dynamics
  • Modelling of streamflow intermittency under climate change
  • Indicator-based assessment
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Current Research Projects

  • DRYvER: Securing biodiversity, functional integrity and ecosystem services in DRYing riVER networks, funded by the Horizon 2020 program of the European Commission (https://www.dryver.eu/)
  • SASSCAL: Southern African Science Service Centre for Climate Change and Adaptive Land Management (http://www.sasscal.org/)

Completed Projects

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