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Sarah Asam

Sarah Asam


Bis 12/2013 bei Global Change Ecology
e-Mail: Sarah.Asam(at)dlr.de



2007 - 2010    M. sc. Global Change Ecology  

                          University of Bayreuth, Germany

                          Master thesis: "Water availability in the Aral Sea Basin: Estimation of fractional vegetation cover

                          from multi-scale remote sensing data for hydrological modeling in Central Asia"



2004 - 2007     B.A. „Human Geography and Area Studies“ (major)

                          Politics and journalism (minor)

                          Friedrich-Alexander-University Erlangen-Nürnberg, Germany

                          Bachelor thesis: "Differences in the expectancy of life dependant of regions and settlement

                          structure. Analysis for Germany and Bavaria”




2009                German Aerospace Center - DLR

                         German Remote Sensing Data Center (DFD) 

                         Department "Environment and Security"

                         German-Indonesian Tsunami Early Warning System (GITEWS)

                         Oberpfaffenhofen, Germany


2008                Helmholtz Centre for Environmental Research - UFZ

                         Division „Biodiversity and Terrestrial Ecosystems“

                         Department „Conservation Biology“

                         Leipzig, Germany


2007                Federal Office for Building and Regional Planning

                         Department “Spatial Planning”

                         Bonn, Germany



6.10.-10.10.2008    Training School “COST 726: Long term changes and climatology of biologically effective

                                   UV Radiation over Europe”.

                                  Organisation: Alois Schmalwieser. University of Veterinary Medicine, Vienna, Austria.


18.8.-30.8.2008      International Summer School "Assessing biodiversity and growth behaviour of

                                 Amazonian floodplain forests". Under the auspices of the UNESCO International

                                 Ecohydrology Program (IHP VII), in collaboration with the Max Planck Institute for

                                 Chemistry (Mainz, Germany), the National Institute for Amazonian Research

                                 (INPA/UFAM, Manaus, Brazil), and the Institute for Sustainable Development Mamirauá

                                 (Tefé, Brazil).


20.7.-26.7. 2008    Summer School "Land cover and climate change in West Africa".

                                 Organisation: Universities of Würzburg, Augsburg and Bayreuth, Germany.





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