Dr. Stephanie Natho

Contact

University of  Potsdam,
Institute of Earth and Environmental Science

Dr. Stephanie Natho
Building 24, Room 0.76

E-mail:
natho@uni-potsdam.de
Phone:
+49 331 977 22 81

 

  • Biography
  • Research
  • Teaching
  • Publications

Biography

2002-2007
Studies of Geoecology (TH Karlsruhe), Restoration Ecology at Laurentian Universiy (Canada)
2007-2009
TU Wien, project assistant (refinement of MONERIS according to Austrian conditions)
2009-2012
Leibniz-Insitute of Freshwater Ecology and Inland Fisheries (scientist at Chinese-German Cooperation: Guanting)
2010-2013
Dissertation at Humboldt University (Berlin). Modelling nutrient retention in floodplains on the landscape scale
2013
Project assistant at deZem energy-controlling & self employed programmer
2014-2015
Federal Agency for Nature Conservation. scientific consultant for Environmentally Flood protection
since 2015
Postdoc at UP; since 09/2018 Postdoc in DFG funded research project

Research

  • modelling of nutrient retention in floodplains
  • quantification of ecosystem services of floodplains
  • ecohydraulic floodplain delineation
  • DFG funded research project: Defining floodplain boundaries considering hydraulic and ecologic aspects as basis for the development of an integrated approach to quantify ecosystem services of floodplains on the landscape scale
  • modelling of direct economic losses from natural hazards

Teaching

Wintersemester 2016/17 Einführungsseminar geographische Konzepte

Publications

a)    Peer-reviewed publications

Natho, S. & A. H. Thieken 2018 Implementation and adaptation of a macro-scale method to assess and monitor direct economic losses caused by natural hazards, International Journal of Disaster Risk Reduction, doi:available online https://doi.org/10.1016/j.ijdrr.2018.03.008.

Natho, S. &  A. Thieken 2018: M. DELENAH Modelling Direct Economic LossEs caused by Natural Hazards. GFZ Data Services. http://doi.org/10.5880/fidgeo.2018.002

Natho, S. & M. Venohr (2014) Active versus potential floodplains–the effect of small flood events on nutrient retention along the river Elbe corridor (Germany). Aquatic Sciences, 76, 633-642.

Natho, S. & M. Venohr (2012) Nutrient retention in riparian floodplains on landscape scale, the necessity for a monthly retention approach. Water Science and Technology, 66, 2800-2807.

Natho, S., M. Venohr, K. Henle & C. Schulz-Zunkel (2013) Modelling nitrogen retention in floodplains with different degrees of degradation for three large rivers in Germany. Journal of Environmental Management, 122, 47-55.

Venohr, M., U. Hirt, J. Hofmann, D. Opitz, A. Gericke, A. Wetzig, S. Natho, F. Neumann, J. Hürdler, M. Matranga, J. Mahnkopf, M. Gadegast & H. Behrendt (2011) Modelling of Nutrient Emissions in River Systems – MONERIS – Methods and Background. International Review of Hydrobiology, 96, 435-483.

Zessner, M., A. Kovacs, C. Schilling, G. Hochedlinger, O. Gabriel, S. Natho, S. Thaler & G. Windhofer (2011) Enhancement of the MONERIS Model for Application in Alpine Catchments in Austria. International Review of Hydrobiology, 96, 541-560.

b)    others

Ehlert, T. & S. Natho. 2017. Auenrenaturierung in Deutschland - Analyse zum Stand der Umsetzung einer bundesweiten Datenbank. Auenmagazin 12: 4-9.

Venohr, M., Natho S. & J. Hofmann 2017. Water quality management: modeling of nutrient emissions with MONERIS in Sustainable Water and Agricultural Land Use in the Guanting Basin under Limited Water Resources (Konzepte für die nachhaltige Entwicklung einer Flusslandschaft), eds Wechsung, F., Kaden, S. Venohr, M., Meisel, J. & Z. Xu, 225-271. Schweizerbart'sche, E. pp 317. ISBN-13: 978-3510653256

Natho, S. 2016. Daten vom Fluss - Grenzen und Möglichkeiten einer Stickstoff- und Phosphorretentionsmodellierung in Auen auf Landschaftsebene in Nationalpark Unteres Odertal (eds.): Daten vom Fluss: Wissenschaftliche Untersuchungen und aktuelle Anwendungsaspekte in Flussauen. Beiträge aus dem Nationalpark Unters Odertal Bd. 1 (pp. 47-52) , Criewen 2016

Natho, S. 2013. Modelling nutrient retention in floodplains - Development of a concept to empirically derive the average inundated floodplain extent and incoming nutrient loads, Dissertation; Mathematisch-Naturwissenschaftliche Fakultät II der Humboldt Universität zu Berlin, http://edoc.hu-berlin.de/dissertationen/natho-stephanie-2013-10-17/PDF/natho.pdf

Schulz-Zunkel, C., M. Scholz, H. D. Kasperidus, F. Krüger, S. Natho & M. Venohr. 2012. Nährstoffrückhalt. In Ökosystemfunktionen von Flussauen, eds. M. Scholz, D. Mehl, C. Schulz-Zunkel, H. D. Kasperidus, W. Born & K. Henle, 48-72. In Naturschutz und Biologische Vielfalt 124. Bonn - Bad Godesberg: Bundesamt für Naturschutz.

Biography

2002-2007
Studies of Geoecology (TH Karlsruhe), Restoration Ecology at Laurentian Universiy (Canada)
2007-2009
TU Wien, project assistant (refinement of MONERIS according to Austrian conditions)
2009-2012
Leibniz-Insitute of Freshwater Ecology and Inland Fisheries (scientist at Chinese-German Cooperation: Guanting)
2010-2013
Dissertation at Humboldt University (Berlin). Modelling nutrient retention in floodplains on the landscape scale
2013
Project assistant at deZem energy-controlling & self employed programmer
2014-2015
Federal Agency for Nature Conservation. scientific consultant for Environmentally Flood protection
since 2015
Postdoc at UP; since 09/2018 Postdoc in DFG funded research project

Research

  • modelling of nutrient retention in floodplains
  • quantification of ecosystem services of floodplains
  • ecohydraulic floodplain delineation
  • DFG funded research project: Defining floodplain boundaries considering hydraulic and ecologic aspects as basis for the development of an integrated approach to quantify ecosystem services of floodplains on the landscape scale
  • modelling of direct economic losses from natural hazards

Teaching

Wintersemester 2016/17 Einführungsseminar geographische Konzepte

Publications

a)    Peer-reviewed publications

Natho, S. & A. H. Thieken 2018 Implementation and adaptation of a macro-scale method to assess and monitor direct economic losses caused by natural hazards, International Journal of Disaster Risk Reduction, doi:available online https://doi.org/10.1016/j.ijdrr.2018.03.008.

Natho, S. &  A. Thieken 2018: M. DELENAH Modelling Direct Economic LossEs caused by Natural Hazards. GFZ Data Services. http://doi.org/10.5880/fidgeo.2018.002

Natho, S. & M. Venohr (2014) Active versus potential floodplains–the effect of small flood events on nutrient retention along the river Elbe corridor (Germany). Aquatic Sciences, 76, 633-642.

Natho, S. & M. Venohr (2012) Nutrient retention in riparian floodplains on landscape scale, the necessity for a monthly retention approach. Water Science and Technology, 66, 2800-2807.

Natho, S., M. Venohr, K. Henle & C. Schulz-Zunkel (2013) Modelling nitrogen retention in floodplains with different degrees of degradation for three large rivers in Germany. Journal of Environmental Management, 122, 47-55.

Venohr, M., U. Hirt, J. Hofmann, D. Opitz, A. Gericke, A. Wetzig, S. Natho, F. Neumann, J. Hürdler, M. Matranga, J. Mahnkopf, M. Gadegast & H. Behrendt (2011) Modelling of Nutrient Emissions in River Systems – MONERIS – Methods and Background. International Review of Hydrobiology, 96, 435-483.

Zessner, M., A. Kovacs, C. Schilling, G. Hochedlinger, O. Gabriel, S. Natho, S. Thaler & G. Windhofer (2011) Enhancement of the MONERIS Model for Application in Alpine Catchments in Austria. International Review of Hydrobiology, 96, 541-560.

b)    others

Ehlert, T. & S. Natho. 2017. Auenrenaturierung in Deutschland - Analyse zum Stand der Umsetzung einer bundesweiten Datenbank. Auenmagazin 12: 4-9.

Venohr, M., Natho S. & J. Hofmann 2017. Water quality management: modeling of nutrient emissions with MONERIS in Sustainable Water and Agricultural Land Use in the Guanting Basin under Limited Water Resources (Konzepte für die nachhaltige Entwicklung einer Flusslandschaft), eds Wechsung, F., Kaden, S. Venohr, M., Meisel, J. & Z. Xu, 225-271. Schweizerbart'sche, E. pp 317. ISBN-13: 978-3510653256

Natho, S. 2016. Daten vom Fluss - Grenzen und Möglichkeiten einer Stickstoff- und Phosphorretentionsmodellierung in Auen auf Landschaftsebene in Nationalpark Unteres Odertal (eds.): Daten vom Fluss: Wissenschaftliche Untersuchungen und aktuelle Anwendungsaspekte in Flussauen. Beiträge aus dem Nationalpark Unters Odertal Bd. 1 (pp. 47-52) , Criewen 2016

Natho, S. 2013. Modelling nutrient retention in floodplains - Development of a concept to empirically derive the average inundated floodplain extent and incoming nutrient loads, Dissertation; Mathematisch-Naturwissenschaftliche Fakultät II der Humboldt Universität zu Berlin, http://edoc.hu-berlin.de/dissertationen/natho-stephanie-2013-10-17/PDF/natho.pdf

Schulz-Zunkel, C., M. Scholz, H. D. Kasperidus, F. Krüger, S. Natho & M. Venohr. 2012. Nährstoffrückhalt. In Ökosystemfunktionen von Flussauen, eds. M. Scholz, D. Mehl, C. Schulz-Zunkel, H. D. Kasperidus, W. Born & K. Henle, 48-72. In Naturschutz und Biologische Vielfalt 124. Bonn - Bad Godesberg: Bundesamt für Naturschutz.