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Hanna HartmannB.Sc. Geoecology

Hanna Hartmann

Research Associate
Disturbance Ecology

At Department of Biogeography until 01/2020
e-Mail: hanna.hartmann(at)t-online.de

Bachelor Thesis:

For my bachelor thesis "Successional development of plant traits on a chronosequence of lava flows on an oceanic-volcanic island“ I established a chonosequence across eight lavaflows on the island of La Palma, Canary Islands and investigated temporal and elevational trends of foliar nutrient contents of a phytometer plant (/Rumex lunaria L./) and plant communities, as well as local and temporal presence patterns of legumes and succulent plants.


Master Thesis:

For my master thesis I am currently planning a two-months field trip to western Canada, where a chronosequence of seven lavaflows will be investigated in respect of species-ID and cover. This data will be included in a larger comparision of successional patterns across climatic zones.

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