Dr. Hannah Reininghaus
© Christoph Scherber

DR. Hannah Reininghaus

Research Group Animal Ecology and multitrophic interactions
Institute of Landscape Ecology
Heisenbergstraße 2
48149 Münster

Raum: 546
Telefon: +49 (0) 251 – 83 33876
E-Mail:  hannah.reininghaus [at] uni-muenster.de
Sprechstunden: date by agreement

  • Curriculum vitae

    Seit 07/2020 PostDoc
    Project KennArt - Eine bundesweite Initiative zur Ausbildung von Artenkenner*innen
    01/2019 PostDoc
    Research Group Animal Ecology and Multitrophic Interactions, Institut of Landscape Ecology, Westfaelische Wilhelms-University Muenster
    2018 Education and training in "Climate protection and resource management"

    07/2017

    PhD (Dr. sc. agr.)
    Institut of Crop Science, Research Group Agroecology, Georg-August University Goettingen

    Doctoral thesis: “Local and Landscape Effects on Arthropod Communities along an Arable-Urban Gradient

    2013-2017 Student member of the Research Training Group "Scaling Problems in Statistics"

    2011-2013

    Master of Science, Organismic Biology, Evolutionary Biology and Palaeobiology (OEP-Master) – Rheinische Friedrich-Wilhelms-University Bonn

    Masterarbeit: "Aspects of Floral Ecology in the Lungwort Pulmonaria (Boraginaceae)" – Nees Institut for Biodiversity of Plants, Rheinischen Friedrich-Wilhelms-University Bonn

    2008-2011

    Bachelor of Science, Biologie – Rheinische Friedrich-Wilhelms-University Bonn

    Bachelorarbeit: "The MorphologyofNeossoptiles in Nonpasserines (Trochilidae)" – Zoological Research Museum Alexander Koenig

    Scientific activities

    2018 ArcGIS working with maps and landscape data
    2017 Moderation Dr. Hans Riegel-Akademie Bruehl
    2015-2017 Student representative in the graduate school "Scaling problems in Statistics"
    2010 Internship at the Federal Agency for Nature Conservation

    Awards

    2007

    Winner of the Dr. Hans Riegel-Award for a skilled work in Mathematics

  • Teaching

    Course in "Animal Ecology" (University of Münster)

    Course in "Biodiversity of plants" (University of Bonn)

    Course in "Ecology" (University of Bonn)

    Course in "Nature Conservation in Agricultural Landscapes" (Projektpraktikum "Naturschutz in der Agrarlandschaft") (University of Göttingen)

  • Research interests

    • Pollinators
    • Biodiversity
    • Arthropod communities in urban areas

  • Research projects

    • KennArt – Eine bundesweite Initiative zur Ausbildung von Artenkenner*innen
    • The Morphology of Neossoptiles in Nonpasserines (Trochilidae) (University of Bonn)
    • Aspectsof Floral Ecology in the Lungwort Pulmonaria (Boraginaceae) (University of Bonn)
    • Local and Landscape Effects on Arthropod Communities along an Arable-Urban Gradient (University of Göttingen)
    • Bumblebee (Bombus terrestris) movement in Urban Greenspaces (University of Göttingen)

  • Further qualifications, memberships

    Services

    • Student representative in the graduate school "Scaling problems in Statistics"

    Memberships in scientific Organisations

    • British Ecological Society
    • Alexander König Society
    • German Society of general and applied Entomology
  • Publications

    Udy K L, Reininghaus H, Scherber C, Tscharntke T (2020) Plant–pollinator interactions along an urbanization gradient from cities and villages to farmland landscapes

    Scherber C, Reininghaus H, Brandmeier J, Everwand G, Gagić V, Greiwe T, Kormann UG, Meyer M, Nagelsdiek SW, Rösch V, Sobek-Swant S, Thies C, Ott D (2019)
    Insektenvielfalt und ökologische Prozesse in Agrar- und Waldlandschaften. Natur und Landschaft

    Reininghaus H (2017) PhD thesis, Local and landscape effects on arthropod communities along an arable-urban gradient

    Workshops

    • Education and Training (2018) Climate protection and resource management – Gesellschaft für nachhaltige Entwicklung in Witzenhausen, Germany.
    • Workshop (2017) Mixture farming – Westfälische Wilhelms-University Münster, Germany.
    • Dr. Hans Riegel-Akademie (2017) – Brühl, Germany.
    • Experte-workshop (2015) Nature-based solutions in urban areas and their rural surroundings on the island Vilm (Bundesamt für Naturschutz) in Germany.

    Poster

    • Reininghaus, H., Udy, K., Scherber, C., Tscharntke, T.  (2016): Long-Range Movement of Bumblebees. German consortium in statstics in Göttingen, Germany.
    • Reininghaus, H., Udy, K., Scherber, C., Tscharntke, T.  (2015): Fluorescent Bees: a powerful method to track pollinator movements. British Ecological Society in Endinburgh, Great Britain.
    • Reininghaus, H., Udy, K., Scherber, C., Tscharntke, T.  (2015): Fluorescent Bees: a powerful method to track pollinator movements. The ecological society of Germany, Austria and Switzerland in Göttingen, Germany.
    • Reininghaus, H., Schuchmann, K.-L., (2013): The Morphology of Neossoptiles in Nonpasserines. Zoological Research Museum Alexander Koenig in Bonn, Germany.

    Oral presentations

    • Reininghaus, H. et al. (2019): The importance of plant resources at multiple spatial scales for a key pollinator. he ecological society of Germany, Austria and Switzerland in Münster, Germany.
    • Reininghaus, H. (2018): My work as a PostDoc. Gesellschaft für Nachhaltige Entwicklung in Witzenhausen, Germany.
    • Reininghaus, H., Udy, K. (2015): Insect communities in Ureban Greenspaces. The ecological society of Germany, Austria and Switzerland in Göttingen, Germany.
    • Reininghaus, H. (2013): The Morphology of Neossoptiles in Nonpasserines. Latinamerica Symposium at the Zoological Research Museum Alexander Koenig in Bonn, Germany.