Soil chemistry, biogeochemistry, environmental history, soil science, geoarchaeology
- Hydrogen isotopes in clay minerals and soil organic matter as palaeoclimatic tracer
- Clay mineral formation processes
||Research assistant at the Institute of Geography and Geoecology of the Karlsruhe Institute of Technology, Geomorphology and Soil Science Group.
||Study of Environmental Geography and research assistant at University of Kiel, Germany. Title of Master thesis: “Geomorphological and biogeochemical multiproxy analysis of prehistoric land-use on Rapa Nui (Easter Island, Chile)” (Supervisor: Prof. Dr. H.-R. Bork, Dr. A. Mieth)
||Stable hydrogen isotope ratios in soil constituents: New insights into the formation of organic matter and clay minerals (DFG, Wi1601/22-1).