Malte Kügler
Malte Kügler
Research Assistant
  • AG Schrott
  • Geomorphology and Environmental Systems
  • Remote Sensing
  • Fluvial Geomorphology
  • Terrain Analysis
  • Photogrammetry
  • UAV
With a background in remote sensing and cartography I worked for a surveying and mapping company before I started to focus on geomorphology again. In my PhD Project I study the impact of climate/vegetation on geomorphology (erosion, transport and deposition) along a climatic gradient in Chile (Chilean Costal Cordillera). Title of PhD-thesis: “Sediment transport and connectivity under changing biogeomorphic feedbacks”. The PhD-Thesis is part of the project "Project 6 (phase II): Biogeomorphic feedbacks and their role for sediment erosion and connectivity along a climatic gradient in Chile“, a sub-project of the DFG-funded Earthshape project "Earth Surface Shaping by Biota" - A German-Chilean Research Initiative. For more information on the research conducted within the project please visit the Research section of the RG Schrott.
Ausgewählte Publikationen

Kuegler, M., Hoffmann, T., Eichel, J., Schrott, L. & Schmidt, J. (2021): How spatial vegetation distribution affects soil erosion and sediment transport. Presentation at EGU General Assembly 2021. 

Malte Kügler
Malte Kügler
Research Assistant

Bundesanstalt für Gewässerkunde - Referat M3

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56068 Koblenz

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