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Interim Professor - Head of Hydrology Research Group

Linda

Dr. Linda Taft

Meckenheimer Allee 166

53115 Bonn

Office:

Meckenheimer Allee 172
3rd Floor, Room 3.009
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Tel.: +49 (0)228 73-2107

Office hour: by arrangement

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CV

IMG_3903 (Mittel).JPGsince 2015: Coordinator of the research profile on water at the Institute of Geography, University of Bonn

since 2014: Postdoc at the University of Bonn, Institute of Geography, in the working group Ecohydrology and Water Resources Management (Prof. Evers)

2013-2014: PostDoc at the Free University of Berlin, Institute of Geosciences, Department of Palaeontology

2009-2013: Free University of Berlin, Institute for Geosciences, dissertation title: "Sclerochronological δ18O and δ13C patterns in shells of the aquatic gastropod Radix sp. as a new climatic and hydrologic archive for the Tibetan Plateau in sub-seasonal resolution"

2004-2009: RWTH Aachen University, Institute of Geography, Master Thesis: "Rekonstruktion und Vergleich historischer und rezenter Gletscherschneegrenzen in einer ausgewählten Gebirgsregion Südosttibets. Eine Auswertung mittels GIS und Fernerkundung"

Research Interests and Projects

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  • DFG project "Shells of aquatic freshwater gastropods as archives for heavy metal contamination history of a river-coast transition zone - Proof-of-concept study in South India" (2020)
  • Human-Water-Systems
  • Anthopogenic pollution of surface waters
  • Limnic ecosystems
  • Environment and climate in the Late Quaternary
  • Regional focus: South and Southeast Asia (India, Myanmar)

Publications

Taft, L., Wiechert, U., Albrecht, C., Leipe, C., Tsukamato, S., Wilke, T., Zhan, HC. & F. Riedel (2019) Intra-seasonal hydrological processes on the western Tibetan Plateau: Monsoonal and convective rainfall events ~7.5 ka B.P. Quaternary International 537, 9-23, doi: 10.1016/j.quaint.2020.01.027.

Taft, L. & L. Kühle (2018) Glacier Changes between 1976 and 2015 in the Source Area of the Ayeyarwady (Irrawaddy) River, Myanmar. Water 10(12), 1850; doi:10.3390/w10121850.

García-Santos, G., Brito, M. M., Höllermann, B., Taft, L., Almoradie, A. & M. Evers (2018) Methodology to explore emergent behaviours of the interactions between water resources and ecosystem under a pluralistic approach. Proceedings of the International Association of Hydrological Sciences 379, 83 doi: 10.5194/piahs-379-83-2018.

Evers, M. & L. Taft (2018) Wasser-Lebensgrundlage, Ressource, Naturgefahr. Geographische Rundschau 1/2-2018, 4-7.

Bours, H., Taft L. & M. Evers (2018) Erwartete hydrologische Extremereignisse in Europa infolge des Klimawandels. Geographische Rundschau 1/2-2018, 14-17.

Evers, M., Höllermann, B., Almoradie, A., Taft, L. & G. Garcia-Santos (2017) The pluralistic water research concept: A new human-water system research approach. Water 9, 933 doi: 10.3390/w9120933.

Evers, M., Höllermann, B., Almoradie, A., Taft, L. & G. Garcia-Santos (2017) The pluralistic water research concept – a new human-water system research approach. Geophysical Research Abstracts, 19, EGU2017-14371.

Hack, J., Sigel, K., Breuer, L., Disse, M., Evers, M., Heinz, I., Krois, J., Multsch, S., Reinhardt-Imjela, C., Schulte, A., Schütze, N. & L. Taft (2017) Aktuelle Forschungsfragen und Herausforderungen bei der Umsetzung des Integrierten Wasserressourcenmanagements unter Wasserknappheit. Hydrologie und Wasserwirtschaft, HW 61, H.3.

Taft, L., Kühle, L. & M. Evers (2017) Glacier changes between 1976-2015 in the source area of the Ayayarwady River and implications to water availability in Myanmar. Geophysical Research Abstracts 19, EGU2017-6544-1.

Taft, L. & M. Evers (2016) Human-water interactions in Myanmar’s Dry Zone under climate change. Geophysical Research Abstracts 18, EGU2016-5687.

Evers, M., Höllermann, B., Almoradie, A. & L. Taft (2016) Benefits from a geographers' perspective on human-water systems -the waterscape concept. Geophysical Research Abstracts 18, EGU2016-8402.

Taft, L. & M. Evers (2016) A review of current and possible future human-water interactions in Myanmar's river basins. Hydrology and Earth System Sciences 20, 4913-4928, doi: 10.5194/hess-20-4913-2016.

Taft, L., Mischke, S., Leipe, C., Rajabov, I., Riedel, F. & U. Wiechert (2014) Oxygen and carbon isotope ratios in Radix (Gastropoda) shells indicate changes of glacial meltwater flux and temperature since 4200 cal yr BP at Lake Karakul, eastern Pamirs (Tajikistan). Journal of Palaeolimnology 52, 27-41.

Riedel, F., Henderson, A.C.G., Heußner, K.-U., Kaufmann, G., Kossler, A., Leipe, C., Shemang, E. & L. Taft (2013) Dynamics of a Kalahari long-lived mega-lake system: hydromorphological and limnological changes in the Makgadikgadi Basin (Botswana) during the terminal 50 ka. Hydrobiologia doi: 10.1007/s10750-013-1647-x.

Taft, L., Wiechert, U., Riedel, F., Weynell, M. & H.C. Zhang (2012) Sub-seasonal oxygen and carbon isotope variations in shells of modern Radix sp. (Gastropoda) from the Tibetan Plateau: potential of a new archive for palaeoclimate studies. Quaternary Science Reviews 34, 44-56.

Taft, L., Wiechert, U., Zhang, H.C., Lei, G.L., Mischke, S., Plessen, B., Weynell, M., Winkler, A. & F. Riedel (2012) Oxygen and carbon isotope patterns archived in shells of the aquatic gastropod Radix: Hydrologic and climatic signals across the Tibetan Plateau in sub-monthly resolution. Quaternary International 290-291, 282-298.

Teaching - Current Courses

Summer term 2020

Bachelor Projektseminar B11 „Anthropogene Belastung von regionalen Gewässern“

Bachelor Methodenseminar B8a „Einführung in die Methoden der Gewässerbewertung“

Master Forschungsmethoden Physische Geographie M2b „Umwelt, Klima und Mensch im Quartär“

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Former Head of Hydrology Research Group

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Prof. Dr. Diekkrüger


Im Ruhestand seit 01.10.2019

In retirement since 01.10.2019

Meckenheimer Allee 166

53115 Bonn

 

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Publications

PhD Students

Claudia

Claudia Schepp

M. Sc. Geography

Meckenheimer Allee 172
Room 3.012
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Tel.: +49 (0)228 73-3441

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- soil erosion modelling

  • - slope hydrology and matter fluxes

Research projects

 

Conference contributions

Schepp, C., Diekkrüger, B., Becker, M. u. C. Leemhuis (2018): Slope-valley bottom water and nutrient fluxes in an inland valley wetland in Uganda. Summer School on Sustainability in the FOOD-WATER-ECOSYSTEM Nexus in Sub Saharan Africa in support of the SDG’s: Sustainable wetland use, 12.-18.03.2018, Kampala, Uganda.
 

Schepp, C., Diekkrüger, B., Becker, M. &. C. Leemhuis (2017): Slope-valley bottom water and nutrient fluxes in an inland valley wetland in Uganda. Tropentag 2017: Future Agriculture: Social-ecological transitions and bio-cultural shifts, 20.-22.09.2017, Bonn, Germany.

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emmanuel

Emmanuel Nkundimana

 

Meckenheimer Allee 172
3rd Floor, Room 3.011
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Tel.: +49 (0)228 73-5390

Research projects

  • Modelling the hydrological impact of rice intensification in Inland Valleys in Benin within the SMART-IV - Project (Sawah Market Access and Rice Technologies for Inland Valleys)

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Alexander Ahring

M.Sc.

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Dipl.-Ing. Ingrid Althoff

Forschungsinstitut Wasser und Umwelt (FWU)

Universität Siegen

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Mouhamed Idrissou

Center for Development Research (ZEF)

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