Human Dimensions of Coastal Areas

Staff

Surname
Name
Position
Phone
Martin
PhD Student
1826
Roland
Visiting scientist
1884
Martin
Scientist
1829
Kira
Scientist
1835
Birgit
PhD Student
1829
Andreas
Scientist
1874
Beate
Head of Department
1527
Daniela
PhD Student
2008
Lea
PhD Student
2008

Former Staff Members

Dr. Corinna de Guttry


12/2012 – 01/2017; PhD Researcher, PhD Thesis (2017): Crossing the borders of climate change: An analysis of cultural framings of climate change among migrants in Hamburg.
Project: Reklim
Corinna studied migrant´s perception of climate change in the host country. She analyzed different influencing factors, as temporal, geographical and social distances as well as the cultural setting with methods of environmental psychology and qualitative social research. She left HZG to work and teach as Research Scientist at the Institute of Geography, Hamburg University.

Christian Fischer


08/2013 – 01/2017; Research Scientist
Projects: Wind Power and Landscape, KnowSeas, BONUS BALTSPACE
Christian worked in several projects on human-environment interactions and specifically the incorporation of cultural ecosystem services into Maritime Spatial Planning (MSP). He left HZG to work for the Schleswig-Holstein Wadden Sea National Park Administration.

Dr. Diana Süsser


12/2012 – 06/2016; PhD Researcher, PhD Thesis (2016): People-Powered Local Energy Transition: Mitigating Climate Change with Community-Based Renewable Energy in North Frisia.
Project: Reklim
Diana studied climate change mitigation and adaptation in the context of sustainable marine and coastal management. She analyzed human-environmental interactions by agent-based modelling and social network analysis. She left HZG to work as Project Manager Sustainable & Low Carbon Business at the WWF-Germany in Berlin.

Dr. Barbara Weig


10/2011 – 04/2016; PhD Researcher, PhD Thesis (2015): Komplex und evolutionär - eine wirtschaftsgeographische Analyse der Regionalentwicklung in Brunsbüttel. (Springer Verlag, Heidelberg, ISBN 978-3-658-12785-5)
Projekt: TIDE – Tidal River Development
Barbara studies resilience in regional development in the case study of Brunsbüttel (Germany). She analyzed the regional systems between lock-ins and learning processes with approaches from economic geography and complexity theories. She left HZG to work as Consultant for the Submariner Network for Blue Growth EEIG, Kiel (Germany).