Hannah Vossel

Master
Hannah Vossel
in B3

University of Bonn
Steinmann Institute for Geology, Mineralogy and Palaeontology

    Nussallee 8
53115 Bonn
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CRC 806 - Project Affiliation:

Project B3
Environmental Response on Climate Impact in the Levant during the Last Glacial and Holocene and their Role in the Origin of Agriculture

Project Z3
Integrated Research Training Group (IRTG)

Scientific Interests:

  • Diatoms and palaeoecological reconstructions

  • Paleaobotany

  • reconstruction of palaeoenvironments and the palaeoclimate

  • Levant region, Israel

Ph.D. Research Topic:

Diatoms as an indicator for palaeoecological changes in limnological systems in the southern Levant region during the last 10,000 years

Supervisor: Prof. Dr. Thomas Litt

Advisor: Dr. Jane Reed

Education:

Since 2013: Ph.D. student at the Steinmann-Institute for Geology, Mineralogy and Palaeontology, Rheinische Friedrich-Wilhelms-University of Bonn.

2012: M.Sc. in Geoscience, University of Bonn

M.Sc. Thesis: Diatomeen-Analyse an Sedimentbohrkernen aus dem See Genezareth (Israel) – Quantitative Diatomeen-Analyse zur Indikation der ökologischen Veränderungen des Sees Genezareth im Verlauf der letzten ca. 8.000 Jahre mittels Sedimentbohrkernen (Supervisor: Prof. Dr. Thomas Litt; Dr. Georg Heumann)

2010: B.Sc. in Geoscience, University of Cologne

B.Sc. Thesis: Eozäne Radiolarien aus dem Bathprofil in Barbados – Anwendung verschiedener Präparations- und Mikroskopier-Techniken bei der Untersuchung von ausgewählten Radiolarien Taxa (Supervisor: Prof. Dr. Raimund Below; Prof. Dr. Hans-Georg Herbig)

Field Work / Research Assignments:

March 2016: Research stay at the CEREGE (European Centre Research & Teaching in Geoscience), Aix-en-Provence (France)

November 2014: Field trip to Israel (DSDDP Workshop, Ein Gedi (Israel))

July 2014: Research stay at the Plantentuin Meise, Botanical Garden of Brussels (Belgium)

Since 2012: Several research stays at the University of Hull (England)

March 2012: Internship at the Kinneret Limnological Laboratory, Tiberias (Israel)

Work experience:

since Oktober 2016 Research Associate at the University of Bonn

since April 2016 Mentor for Geoscience-program at the Universitv of Bonn

since July 2013 Scholarship student of the Studienstiftung des deutschen Volkes

since 2013 Research assistant within CRC 806/Project B3, University of Bonn

2011 - 2013 Student Research assistant within CRC 806/Project B3, University of Bonn

2009 - 2010 Student Research assistant in several projects (e.g. as tutor), University of Cologne

Professional Memberships:

  • Paläontologische Gesellschaft

  • International Society of Diatom Research (elected council member - Early Career Representative)

  • Berufsverband Deutscher Geowissenschaftler

  • EUGEN e.V.

Conference Papers:

Vossel, H.; Böttcher, H.; Reed, J.M.; Litt, T.(2016): The present is the key to the past - an investigation of the distripution of modern diatom communities in Lake Kinneret (Israel). IDS 2016 - 24th International Diatom Symposium in Quebec City (Canada). Poster

Vossel, H.; Litt, T.; Reed, J.M. (2016): The diatom flora of Lake Kinneret (Israel) - New insights into Holocene climate change and human impact in the southeastern Mediterranean. IDS 2016 - 24th International Diatom Symposium in Quebec City (Canada). Talk

Vossel, H.; Litt, T.; Reed, J.M. (2016): The diatom flora of Lake Kinneret (Israel) - New insights into Holocene climate change and human impact in the southeastern Mediterranean. 10th Central European Diatom Meeting in Budapest (Hungary). Talk

Vossel, H.; Litt, T.; Reed, J.M. (2015): The diatom flora of Lake Kinneret (Israel) – Palaeolimnological evidence for Holocene climate change and human impact in the Southeastern Mediterranean. Annual Meeting Dutch-Flemish Society of Diatomists (NVKD). Mont Rigi, Belgium. Talk (invited Gueast speaker)

Vossel, H.; Litt, T.; Reed, J.M. (2015): The diatom flora of Lake Kinneret (Israel) – Palaeolimnological evidence for Holocene climate change and human impact in the Southeastern Mediterranean. European Geosciences Union General Assembly. Vienna, Austria. Poster

Vossel, H.; Reed, J. M.; Houk, V.; Cvetkoska, A. & Van de Vijver, B. (2015): Cyclotella paleo-ocellata, a new centric diatom (Bacillariophyta) from Lake Kinneret (Israel). 9th Central European Diatom Meeting. Bremerhaven, Germany. Poster and 2 min. speed talk.

Vossel, H.; Litt, T.; Reed, J.M. (2015): The diatom flora of Lake Kinneret (Israel). Annual ICDP/IODP Meeting. Bonn, Germany. Poster

Vossel, H.; Litt, T.; Reed, J.M. (2014): Diatoms as an indicator for the palaeoecological history of Lake Kinneret (Israel) during the last 8,000 years. GeoFrankfurt. Frankfurt, Germany. Talk

Vossel, H.; Litt, T.; Schiebel, V.; Reed, J.M. (2014): Holocene palaeoclimate reconstruction in the Eastern Mediterranean: a quantitative diatom study of an approximately 18 m long sediment core from Lake Kinneret (Israel). Annual Meeting of the Quaternary research Society. London, Great Britain. Poster

Vossel, H.; Litt, T.; Schiebel, V.; Reed, J.M. (2013): Holocene palaeoclimate reconstruction in the Eastern Mediterranean: a quantitative diatom study of an approximately 18 m long sediment core from Lake Kinneret (Israel). PalGes 2013. Göttingen, Germany. Poster

Vossel, H.; Litt, T.; Schiebel, V.; Reed, J.M. (2013): Holocene paleoclimate reconstruction in the Eastern Mediterranean: a quantitative diatom study of an approximately 18 m long sediment core from Lake Kinneret (Israel). 7th Central European Diatom Meeting. Thonon-les-Bains, France. Talk (1st place “best student presentation award”)

Publications:

Vossel, H.; Reed, J. M.; Houk, V.; Cvetkoska, A. & Van de Vijver, B. (2015): Cyclotella paleo-ocellata, a new centric diatom (Bacillariophyta) from Lake Kinneret (Israel). Fottea (15-1), 63-75.

Links:

http://www.uni-koeln.de/

http://www.steinmann.uni-bonn.de/arbeitsgruppen/palaeobotanik

 

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