Udo Nehren

 

 


 

Academic background:

Dr. rer. nat. in Physical Geography, University of Leipzig, Faculty of Physics and Geosciences, 2004-2008

Master of Engineering (M.Eng.) in Technology in the Tropics, Cologne University of Applied Sciences, 2001-2004

Diploma “Geography / Earth Sciences” (Dipl.-Geogr., University of Trier), 1988-1994

Professional Experience:

Since 07/2012 - Senior researcher in the field of ecosystem and soil management in the project LUCCi – Land use and climate change interactions in the Vu Gia Thu Bon River Watershed, Vietnam

Since 07/2009 - Scientific coordinator of the Center for Natural Resources and Development (CNRD) at Cologne University of Applied Sciences

01/2009 –06/2012 - Postdoctoral research in the field of ecosystem and soil management in the project DINARIO – Climate change, landscape dynamics, land use, and natural resources in the Atlantic Forest of Rio de Janeiro

Since 01/2008 - Researcher and lecturer at the Institute for Technology and Resources Management in the Tropics and Subtropics, Cologne University of Applied Sciences

09/2004 –12/2007 - Researcher in the project BLUMEN – Biodiversity and land use management in the fragmented Mata Atlântica of Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, University of Leipzig and Cologne University of Applied Sciences

10/2000 –09/2004 - Self-employed consultant in traffic and environmental planning, Cologne, Germany

06/1995 –06/1999 - Project manager traffic and environmental planning, SSP Consult, Bergisch Gladbach

More info: http://www.tt.fh-koeln.de/research/post-doc/dr-udo-nehren/curriculum-vitae/




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Disasters kill people, destroy infrastructure, damage ecosystems and undermine development. Climate change is expected to aggravate existing disaster risks. Ecosystem-based approaches for disaster risk reduction can be a strategy with multiple benefits.

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