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Faculty of Mathematics and Natural Sciences - Biogeography

Kathrin Trommler

 
 
 

 

Status

 

E-Mail

 

Research Management

 

kathrin.trommler@geo.hu-berlin.de

          

Office location

 

Rudower Chaussee 16, Room 2'107

 

Phone

 

+49 (0)30 2093-6892

 

Fax

 

+49 (0)30 2093-6848

 

Postal address

 

Unter den Linden 6, 10099 Berlin, Germany

 

Curriculum Vitae

 
Research and professional experience
   
Since 12/2013

Geography Department of Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin

Project coordination of the EU FP7 project HERCULES (Sustainable futures for Europe’s heritage in cultural landscapes)

05/200908/2013      

Berlin-Brandenburg Academy of Sciences and Humanities

Project coordination within the Ecosystem Services Research Group (funded by BMBF Social-ecological Research programme)

02/200808/2011

Berlin-Brandenburg Academy of Sciences and Humanities

Project coordination within the Interdisciplinary Research Group "Global Change - Regional Development"

12/200601/2008

Berlin-Brandenburg Academy of Sciences and Humanities

Project coordination within the Project "Knowledge for Decision-making Processes - Research on the Relationship between Science, Politics, and Society" (funded by BMBF)

Education
   
20022006

Europa-Universität Viadrina, Frankfurt (Oder)

Studies in Cultural Studies (BA/ MA)

20012002

Univerzita Karlová, Prag (Czech Republik)

Studies in Social Sciences

19992001

Phillips-Universität Marburg

Studies in New German Literature and European Ethnology

Research interests

  • Cultural heritage and regional identity
  • Transdisciplinary landscape management
  • Science communication

 

Projects

HERCULES – Sustainable futures for Europe’s HERitage in CULtural landscapES: Tools for understanding, managing, and protecting landscape functions and values

The HERCULES project strives for the empowerment of public and private actors to protect, manage and plan for sustainable cultural landscapes at local, national and pan-European scales. HERCULES has the goal to increase understanding of drivers, patterns and social-ecological values of European cultural landscapes and to use this knowledge to develop, test and demonstrate strategies for their protection, management and planning. Key research aims include the following:

  • Synthesize existing knowledge on the drivers, patterns and outcomes of persistence and change in European cultural landscapes
  • Close knowledge gaps regarding the dynamics and social-ecological values of cultural landscapes
  • Generate tools for landscape observation and modelling in order to understand values of and threats to cultural landscapes in Europe
  • Develop a strong vision of pathways towards protecting landscape services
  • Provide policy makers and practitioners with a cutting-edge Knowledge Hub to guide decision-making for the benefit of cultural landscapes

Collaborative project funded by the European Commission (FP7-ENV.2013.6.2-7, Development of advanced technologies and tools for mapping, assessing, protecting and managing cultural landscapes in rural areas)

Start Date: 01/12/2013

More information on www.hercules-landscapes.eu

 

Publications

Plieninger, T., T. Kizos, C. Bieling, L. Le Dû-Blayo, M.-A. Budniok, M. Bürgi, C. L. Crumley, G. Girod, P. Howard, J. Kolen, T. Kuemmerle, G. Milcinski, H. Palang, K. Trommler, and P. H. Verburg. 2015. Exploring ecosystem-change and society through a landscape lens: recent progress in European landscape research. Ecology and Society 20(2): 5.
http://dx.doi.org/10.5751/ES-07443-200205
 

Bieling, C., Plieninger, T. & Trommler, K. (2011): Cross the border – close the gap: resilience-based analysis of landscape change (editorial). European Countryside, 3: 1-10. Online available.

Plieninger, T., Bieling, C., Gerdes, H., Ohnesorge, B., Schaich, H., Schleyer, C. Trommler, K. & Wolff, W. (2010): Ökosystemleistungen in Kulturlandschaften - Konzept und Anwendung am Beispiel der Biosphärenreservate Oberlausitz und Schwäbische Alb. Natur und Landschaft, 85(5): 187-192.