Dr. Theresia Petrow

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University of  Potsdam,
Institute of Earth and Environmental Science

Dr. Theresia Petrow
Building 1, Room 1.25

E-mail:
thpetrow@uni-potsdam.de
Phone:
+49 331 977 5434
Dr. Theresia Petrow

 

  • Biography
  • Teaching
  • Publications

Biography

seit 2015
Projektkoordinatorin des DFG Graduiertenkollegs "NatRiskChange (GRK 2043/1)"
2013-2015
Deutsches Komitee Katastrophenvorsorge DKKV
2013-2014
wiss. Mitarbeiterin an der Universität Potsdam, AG Geographie und Naturrisikenforschung
2009-2013
Projektkoordinatorin am GeoForschungsZentrum Potsdam (GFZ), Sektion Organische Geochemie (Projekt GASH - Gas Shales in Europe)
2009
Dr.rer.-nat. in Hydrologie, Universität Potsdam, Dissertation: "Floods in Germany: Analyses of Trends, Seasonality and Circulation Patterns"
2004-2009
Doktorandin am GeoForschungsZentrum Potsdam (GFZ), Sektion Hydrologie
2003-2004
wiss. Mitarbeiterin am GeoForschungsZentrum Potsdam (GFZ), Sektion Hydrologie
2002
Forschungsaufenthalt an der ETH Zürich im Rahmen der Diplomarbeit, gefördert durch den DAAD
1999-2000
Studium Environmental Sciences an der University of Guelph (Kanada)
1996-2003
Studium der Geoökologie (Diplom) an der Universität Potsdam
1995-1996
Freiwilliges Ökologisches Jahr (FÖJ)

Teaching

Introductin to ArcGIS

Publications

Petrow, Th., J. Zimmer, B. Merz. 2009. Increase in the flood hazard in Germany through changes in frequency and persistence of circulation patterns. Natural Hazards and Earth System Sciences, 9: 1409-1423.

Petrow, Th., B. Merz. 2009. Trends in flood magnitude, frequency and seasonality in Germany. Journal of Hydrology. 371: 129-141.

Michalek, D.,S. Vorogushyn, K. Drastig, Th. Petrow, K.-E. Lindenschmidt. 2008. Modellierung und extremwertstatistische Extrapolation von Höchstabflüssen der Vereinigten Mulde in Sachsen. KW Korrespondenz Wasserwirtschaft, 1, 10.

Petrow, Th., J.M.M. Delgado, B. Merz. 2008. Trends der Hochwassergefährdung in Deutschland (1951 – 2002) und Konsequenzen für die Bemessung. Wasserwirtschaft. 11: 24 – 28.

Petrow, Th., B. Merz, K.-E. Lindenschmidt, A.H. Thieken. 2007. Aspects of seasonality and flood generating circulation patterns in a mountainous catchment in south-eastern Germany. Hydrology and Earth System Sciences. 11: 1455 – 1468.

Petrow, Th., A.H. Thieken, H. Kreibich, C.H. Bahlburg, B. Merz. 2006. Improvements on flood alleviation in Germany – Lessons Learned from the Elbe flood in August 2002. Environmental Management. 38: 717 – 732.

Thieken, A.H., Th. Petrow, H. Kreibich, B. Merz. 2006. Insurability and mitigation of flood losses in private households in Germany. Risk Analysis. 26 (2): 383 – 395.

Müller, M., S. Vorogushyn, P. Maier, A. H. Thieken, Th. Petrow, A. Kron, B. Büchele, J. Wächter. 2006. CEDIM Risk Explorer – a map server solution in the project "Risk Map Germany". Natural Hazards and Earth System Sciences. 6: 711-720.

Kreibich, H., Th. Petrow, A. Thieken, M. Müller, B. Merz. 2005. Consequences of the extreme flood event of August 2002 in the city of Dresden (Germany) - In: Savic, D. A., Marino, M. A., Savenije, H. H. G., Bertoni, J. C. (Eds.), Sustainable Water Management Solutions for Large Cities, (IAHS publication , 293), Internat. Assoc. of Hydrological Sciences. 164-173.

Kreibich, H., A.H. Thieken, Th. Petrow, M. Müller, B. Merz. 2005. Flood loss reduction of private households due to building precautionary measures - Lessons learned from the Elbe flood in August 2002. Natural Hazards and Earth System Sciences. 5: 117-126.

Lindenschmidt, K.-E., K. Fleischbein, Th. Petrow, S. Vorogushyn, S. Theobald, B. Merz. 2005. Model system development for the provisionary management of extreme floods in large river basins, with emphasis on model system uncertainty vs. complexity at different scales. Advances in Geosciences. 5: 99 – 104.

Thieken, A., U. Grünewald, B. Merz, Th. Petrow, S. Schümberg, H. Kreibich, W. Streiz, M. Kaltofen. 2005. Flood risk reduction in Germany after the Elbe 2002 flood: aspects of hazard mapping and early warning systems, Proceedings of the international conference 'Cartographic Cutting-Edge Technology for Natural Hazard Management'. Kartographische Bausteine. 30: 145-156. TU Dresden.

Biography

seit 2015
Projektkoordinatorin des DFG Graduiertenkollegs "NatRiskChange (GRK 2043/1)"
2013-2015
Deutsches Komitee Katastrophenvorsorge DKKV
2013-2014
wiss. Mitarbeiterin an der Universität Potsdam, AG Geographie und Naturrisikenforschung
2009-2013
Projektkoordinatorin am GeoForschungsZentrum Potsdam (GFZ), Sektion Organische Geochemie (Projekt GASH - Gas Shales in Europe)
2009
Dr.rer.-nat. in Hydrologie, Universität Potsdam, Dissertation: "Floods in Germany: Analyses of Trends, Seasonality and Circulation Patterns"
2004-2009
Doktorandin am GeoForschungsZentrum Potsdam (GFZ), Sektion Hydrologie
2003-2004
wiss. Mitarbeiterin am GeoForschungsZentrum Potsdam (GFZ), Sektion Hydrologie
2002
Forschungsaufenthalt an der ETH Zürich im Rahmen der Diplomarbeit, gefördert durch den DAAD
1999-2000
Studium Environmental Sciences an der University of Guelph (Kanada)
1996-2003
Studium der Geoökologie (Diplom) an der Universität Potsdam
1995-1996
Freiwilliges Ökologisches Jahr (FÖJ)

Teaching

Introductin to ArcGIS

Publications

Petrow, Th., J. Zimmer, B. Merz. 2009. Increase in the flood hazard in Germany through changes in frequency and persistence of circulation patterns. Natural Hazards and Earth System Sciences, 9: 1409-1423.

Petrow, Th., B. Merz. 2009. Trends in flood magnitude, frequency and seasonality in Germany. Journal of Hydrology. 371: 129-141.

Michalek, D.,S. Vorogushyn, K. Drastig, Th. Petrow, K.-E. Lindenschmidt. 2008. Modellierung und extremwertstatistische Extrapolation von Höchstabflüssen der Vereinigten Mulde in Sachsen. KW Korrespondenz Wasserwirtschaft, 1, 10.

Petrow, Th., J.M.M. Delgado, B. Merz. 2008. Trends der Hochwassergefährdung in Deutschland (1951 – 2002) und Konsequenzen für die Bemessung. Wasserwirtschaft. 11: 24 – 28.

Petrow, Th., B. Merz, K.-E. Lindenschmidt, A.H. Thieken. 2007. Aspects of seasonality and flood generating circulation patterns in a mountainous catchment in south-eastern Germany. Hydrology and Earth System Sciences. 11: 1455 – 1468.

Petrow, Th., A.H. Thieken, H. Kreibich, C.H. Bahlburg, B. Merz. 2006. Improvements on flood alleviation in Germany – Lessons Learned from the Elbe flood in August 2002. Environmental Management. 38: 717 – 732.

Thieken, A.H., Th. Petrow, H. Kreibich, B. Merz. 2006. Insurability and mitigation of flood losses in private households in Germany. Risk Analysis. 26 (2): 383 – 395.

Müller, M., S. Vorogushyn, P. Maier, A. H. Thieken, Th. Petrow, A. Kron, B. Büchele, J. Wächter. 2006. CEDIM Risk Explorer – a map server solution in the project "Risk Map Germany". Natural Hazards and Earth System Sciences. 6: 711-720.

Kreibich, H., Th. Petrow, A. Thieken, M. Müller, B. Merz. 2005. Consequences of the extreme flood event of August 2002 in the city of Dresden (Germany) - In: Savic, D. A., Marino, M. A., Savenije, H. H. G., Bertoni, J. C. (Eds.), Sustainable Water Management Solutions for Large Cities, (IAHS publication , 293), Internat. Assoc. of Hydrological Sciences. 164-173.

Kreibich, H., A.H. Thieken, Th. Petrow, M. Müller, B. Merz. 2005. Flood loss reduction of private households due to building precautionary measures - Lessons learned from the Elbe flood in August 2002. Natural Hazards and Earth System Sciences. 5: 117-126.

Lindenschmidt, K.-E., K. Fleischbein, Th. Petrow, S. Vorogushyn, S. Theobald, B. Merz. 2005. Model system development for the provisionary management of extreme floods in large river basins, with emphasis on model system uncertainty vs. complexity at different scales. Advances in Geosciences. 5: 99 – 104.

Thieken, A., U. Grünewald, B. Merz, Th. Petrow, S. Schümberg, H. Kreibich, W. Streiz, M. Kaltofen. 2005. Flood risk reduction in Germany after the Elbe 2002 flood: aspects of hazard mapping and early warning systems, Proceedings of the international conference 'Cartographic Cutting-Edge Technology for Natural Hazard Management'. Kartographische Bausteine. 30: 145-156. TU Dresden.