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M.Sc. Theresa Lucia Klein-Raufhake


Biodiversity and Ecosystem Research Group & Research Group Soil Ecology and Land Use
Institute of Landscape Ecology
Heisenbergstr. 2, D-48149 Münster
room 506
phone +49251 83 33128
fax +49 251 83 38338
e-mail t.klein-raufhake [at] uni-muenster.de

 

  • Project

    BiCO2 – biodiversity and carbon sequestration along a land use gradient in forests

  • Research interests

    • Population ecology
    • Vegetation ecology
    • Soil ecology
    • Functional Traits
    • Land-use impact on biodiversity
  • Curriculum vitae

    since 2020 Research Assistant and PhD Student
    Biodiversity and Ecosystem Research Group & Research Group Soil Ecology and Land Use
    Institute of Landscape Ecology
    University of Münster
    2018 – 2020 Student Assistant
    Institute of Landscape Ecology
    University of Münster
    2017 – 2020 Master Studies in Landscape Ecology (MSc)
    University of Münster
    Master thesis: "Past land-use history causes within species differences in plant functional traits"
    2015 – 2017 Bachelor Studies in Landscape Ecology (BSc)
    University of Münster
    2014 – 2015 Bachelor Studies in Biology (BSc)
    University of Turku, Finland
    2014 Student Assistant
    Institute for Neuro- and Behavioural Biology
    University of Münster
    2012 – 2015 Bachelor Studies in Biosciences (BSc)
    University of Münster
    Bachelor thesis: "Flora und Vegetation von Wegrainen im Stadtbereich Münster"

     

  • Publications

    Submitted

    • Bucharova A, Conrady M, Klein-Raufhake T, Schulz F, Hölzel N (submitted, preprint available) Rapid evolution of flower phenology and clonality in restored populations of multiple grassland species [Preprint]

    International publications (peer-reviewed)

    • Klein-Raufhake T, Höfner J, Hölzel N, Knorr KH, Lampei C, Mudrák O, Bucharova A (2022) Nitrogen limitation reduces the performance of target plant species in restored meadows. Restoration Ecology [https://doi.org/10.1111/rec.13608]
    • Höfner J, Klein-Raufhake T, Lampei C, Mudrak O, Bucharova A, Durka W (2021) Populations restored using regional seed are genetically diverse and similar to natural populations in the region. Journal of Applied Ecology [doi: 10.1111/1365-2664.14067]

    Conference contributions

    • Klein-Raufhake, T., Elmer, M., Fornfeist, M., Linnemann, B., Meyer, M., Santora, L., Schaper, J.J., Wöllecke, J., Hölzel, N., & U. Hamer (2023): Skid trails impact carbon budgets and nutrient turnover in managed forests. Poster, Annual Meeting of the GfÖ, Leipzig

    • Klein-Raufhake T, Höfner J, Durka W, Lampei C, Mudrák O, Bucharova A (2019): Population differentiation of plants at restored and ancient meadows – a joint plant trait and genetics approach. Poster. In: GfÖ 2019: Science meets practice; 49th Annual Meeting of the Ecological Society of Germany, Austria and Switzerland; University of Münster, 9 - 13 September 2019; book of abstracts. Berlin: Gesellschaft für Ökologie, p 138

    Other publications

    • Tiede, J. [Ed.], Klein-Raufhake T. [Ed.] (2019): GfÖ 2019: Science meets practice. 49th Annual Meeting of the Ecological Society of Germany, Austria and Switzerland. University of Münster, 9 - 13 September 2019, book of abstracts. Berlin: Gesellschaft für Ökologie