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Master of Science

Inken Rabbel

Ph.D. Student in C1

 

University of Bonn
Department of Geography

Meckenheimer Allee 172
53115 Bonn
Germany

 

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Inken Rabbel

SFB/TR32 - Project affiliations

C1 - Eco-hydrological investigations of the feedbacks between the biosphere, the pedosphere, and the hydrosphere at different spatial and temporal scales

MGK - Integrated Research Training Group (IRTG)

Doctoral research topic

Analyzing feedbacks in a forest soil-vegetation-atmosphere system

Advisors: Prof. Dr. B. Diekkrüger, Prof. Dr. Mathhias Langensiepen, Dr. Heye Bogena

Scientific interests

- Forest hydrology

- Eco-hydrological measurement techniques in forest systems (sap flow, dendrometer,...)

- Upscaling and modelling of eco-hydrological forest processes

Education

2010-2013 Master of Science (Geography), University of Bonn

Research topic "Modelling tree water use and soil water dynamics of irrigated afforestation plantations in Khorezm (Uzbekistan)"

2007-2010 Bachelor of Science (Geography), University of Bonn

Research topic "Auswirkung von Wiederaufforstungsmaßnahmen auf Bodeneigenschaften - Eine bodenkundliche Analyse im semi-ariden Hohen Atlas Marokkos"

Publications

Rabbel, I., Diekkrüger, B., Voigt, H. & B. Neuwirth (2016): Comparing ΔTmax determination approaches for Granier-based sapflow estimations. Sensors 16 (12), 2042. doi:10.3390/s16122042

Conference contributions

Rabbel, I., Diekkrüger, B., Bogena, H. & B. Neuwirth (2017): Impacts of contrasting soil moisture regimes on sap flow activity and diurnal stem extension of Norway spruce. Oral presentation at the 10th International Workshop on Sap Flow, 22.-26.05.2017, Fullerton (LA), USA.

Rabbel, I., Diekkrüger, B., Voigt, H. & B. Neuwirth (2016): Comparing ΔTmax determination approaches for Granier-based sapflow estimations. Poster presentation at the ISHS Symposium 2016: Sensing plant water status - methods and applications in horticultural science, 05.-07.10.2016, Potsdam, Germany.

Awards

Best poster award at the ISHS Sympodium 2016, Potsdam, 05.-07.2016. Poster title: Comparing ΔTmax determination approaches for Granier-based sapflow estimations.

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