© Patrick Guth

Patrick Guth

Department of Ecohydrology and Biogeochemistry
Institute of Landscape Ecology

Heisenbergstr. 2
48149 Münster, Germany

room:  441 - Heisenbergstr. 2
mail: Patrick.Guth [at] uni-muenster.de

website: ResearchGate

office hours: by arrangement

  • Curriculum vitae

    2019/05-2019/07 Research in Mer Bleue Conservation Area, Ottawa, ON, Canada. Trace gas analysis, stable carbon and stable oxygen isotopes;
    since 2019/04 Scientific Assistant in in the Ecohydrology and Biogeochemistry group at the University of Muenster
    2018/09-2019/02 Technical translator for Rigaku Europe
    2018/04 – 2019/04 Research Assistant in the Ecohydrology and Biogeochemistry group at the University of Muenster
    2014/08 – 2018/06 Working student at eurofins GfA Muenster: Undertaking repairs on analyzers as well as analyzer (re-)calibration; IT infrastructure maintenance; Data Evaluation in emissions-/ immission analysis; Gravimetry; Carrying our measurements;
    2014/08-2015-10 Research Assistant in the Department of Forestry-, Geo- and Hydro sciences at the University of Technology, Dresden, Germany; Refining methods in X-Ray Fluorescence;
    2013/04-2019/03 Studies in Landcsape Ecology (B.Sc. & M.Sc.) at the University of Muenster
    Bachelor thesis: „Carbon Isotope Fractionation in Methanogenesis and Methane Oxidation in a Canadian Peatland“
    Master thesis: „Spatial and Temporal d13C Variability in Emitted Methane and its Relationship to Environmental Variables in a Canadian Bog“, therefore I stayed in Ottawa, CA from 2018/06 until 2019/09; In cooperation with Carleton University, Ottawa and McGill University, Montreal.
    2010/10-2013/04 Studies in chemistry at the University of Muenster

  • Research interests

    • Global carbon cycle and the dynamics of methane and carbon dioxide in bog ecosystems
    • Stable isotopes
    • Method validation and optimization for analytic chemistry in complex matrices
    • The effects of Climate Change on the global carbon cycle and on ecosystems
    • UAVs in environmental sciences
  • Teaching

    • Student projects
    • Working with the autochamber system in Mer Bleue Bog, Ottawa, ON, Canada;
    • Lab courses
    • Analytic chemistry for landscape ecologists (WiSe 2019)
  • Publications

    Teickner, H.; Lehmann, J.R.K.; Guth, P.; Meinking, F.; Ott, D. Recognize the Little Ones: UAS-Based In-Situ Fluorescent Tracer Detection. Drones 2019, 3, 20.