Research Scientist, Ph.D.
Department of Environmental Sciences, Informatics and Statistics
Since May 2014, Natalie is Deputy President of the Climate Division of the European Geoscience Union.
- Present and past climate change and diminishing freshwater availability through analyzing ice and lake cores.
- The study of regions where water supply is dominated by melting snow or ice
- The interplay between human actions (biomass burning, agricultural practices, etc.) and natural climate variability.