Dr. Almut Schmengler

Country of current residence

Germany

Current position

Research Programme Manager

Current institute employer

Alfred-Wegener-Institut, Bremerhaven

Since

2011

Profession

Geographer

Degrees / expertise

Doctoral Degree Agricultural Sciences, Center for Development Research, Faculty of Agruculture, University of Bonn

Master Degree from the University of Bonn Titel of "Diplomarbeit": Sensitivity of the Water Erosion Prediction Project (WEPP)-model in assessing the spatial erosion susceptibility of soils on a hillslope in Uganda.

2015

Schmengler, A.C. and P.L.G. Vlek.  2015.  Assessment of accumulation rates in small reservoirs by core analysis, 137Cs measurements and bathymetric mapping in Burkina Faso.  Earth Surface Processes and Landforms, DOI: 10.1002/esp.3772   .

2010

Schmengler, A.  2010.  Modeling Soil Erosion and Reservoir Sedimentation at Hillslope and Catchment Scale in Semi-Arid Burkina Faso.  Doctoral thesis at  Faculty of Math. & Nat. Science, University of Bonn.  Further Information

2008

Brunner, A.C., S.J. Park, G. Ruecker, and P.L.G. Vlek.  2008.  Erosion modelling approach to simulate the effect of land management options on soil erosion by considering catenary soil development and farmers perceptions.  Land degradation and development, 19   : 623-635   .

2004

Brunner, A.C.  2004.  Soil erosion in Uganda. From modelling to adapted slope use, ZEF News No. 16, October 2004. 

2002

Brunner, A.C., G.R. Ruecker, S.J. Park and P.L.G. Vlek.  2002.  Modelling approach to identify sustainable land management techniques on erosion-affected slopes.  In: Nkonya, E., D. Sserunkuuma and J. Pender (eds.): Policies for Improved Land Management in Uganda. Second National Workshop. Washington.   111-117. 

Additionals, Curriculum Vitae
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Research themes
  • Governance
  • Institutions
Research countries
  • Burkina Faso
  • Uganda
Degrees

Doctoral Degree Agricultural Sciences, Center for Development Research, Faculty of Agruculture, University of Bonn

Master Degree from the University of Bonn Titel of "Diplomarbeit": Sensitivity of the Water Erosion Prediction Project (WEPP)-model in assessing the spatial erosion susceptibility of soils on a hillslope in Uganda.

Doctoral research funded by

Robert Bosch Foundation

Cooperation partners

VBA - Volta Basin Authority, Ouagadougou, Burkina Faso

Almut Schmengler

Former Junior Researcher

Former Department :
ZEF C: Department of Ecology and Natural Resources Management

Office E-Mail:
Almut.Schmengler(at)awi.de