Dr. Jennifer Kreklow

Lecturing Staff
Institute of Physical Geography and Landscape Ecology

Focus in research

  • Development of a Python and GIS-based method for radar precipitation data processing and analysis
  • Radar precipitation data assessment
  • Spatio-temporal analysis of heavy rainfall and erosivity

Focus of activity

  • Teaching (e. g. GIS, Python, system modelling, meteorology, landscape ecology
  • Supporting study coordination Master Landscape Sciences

Curriculum vitae

  • Professional background

    Since 4/2014: Research assistant at the Institute for Physical Geography and Landscape Ecology, Leibniz University Hannover
     2011 – 2016: Planungsgruppe Umwelt, Hannover (internship, student assistant and secondary employment for GIS services)
    2012/2013: Research Centre Jülich, Agrosphere in the Institute for Bio and Geosciences (internship and student research assistant)
    2010: Alfred Wegener Institute for Polar and Marine Research, work group sea ice physics, Bremerhaven (internship)

  • Education

    2011 – 2014: Master studies of Landscape Sciences at Leibniz University Hannover with focus on Physical Geography, GIS and Meteorology. Title of master thesis: „Assessment of high temporal resolution, radar-based precipitation data for improved soil erosion modelling“

    2008 – 2011: Bachelor studies of Physical Geography at Leibniz University Hannover with additional subjects Hydrology and Meteorology.