Dr. Annegret Kindler

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Dr. Annegret Kindler
Senior Scientist

Department Urban & Environmental Sociology
Helmholtz Centre
for Environmental Research – UFZ
Permoserstr. 15
04318 Leipzig, Germany

Phone: ++49 341 235 1737
Fax: ++49 341 235 45 1737
Annegret Kindler

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Working groups



Completed projects


Professional and Academic Career

2003 - 2016

Equal Opportunity Commissioner of the UFZ

since 1992

Senior scientist at the Helmholtz Centre for Environmental Research

1990

PhD (Dr.-Ing.) in Cartography, Academy of Sciences of the GDR

1980 - 1991

Scientist at the Institute for Geography and Geoecology at the Academy of Sciences of the GDR

1975 - 1980

1975-1980 Studies in Cartography (degree „diploma“ – equivalent to M.Sc.), Technische Universität Dresden, Germany


Areas of expertise and research

  • Investigation of urban development processes under the conditions of growth, shrinkage and demographic change
  • Monitoring of land-use changes and socio-spatial differentiation processes
  • Investigation of the environmental quality and quality of life in urban areas
  • Environmental justice
  • Methods: quantitative methods, GIS, cartographic modelling


Publications

2018 (3)

  • Kabisch, S., Kindler, A., Kirschner, H., Söding, M., (2018):
    Leipzigs kleinere Großwohnsiedlungen im Blick : Straße des 18. Oktober, Marienbrunn, Lößnig, Dölitz, Großzschocher, Möckern, Gohlis-Nord, Mockau-West, Mockau-Ost, Thekla, Schönefeld, Sellerhausen, Paunsdorf/Kiebitzmark
    Helmholtz-Zentrum für Umweltforschung - UFZ, Leipzig, 63 S.
  • Kindler, A., Klimeczek, H.-J., Franck, U., (2018):
    Socio-spatial distribution of airborne outdoor exposures – An indicator for environmental quality, quality of life, and environmental justice : the case study of Berlin
    In: Kabisch, S., Koch, F., Gawel, E., Haase, A., Knapp, S., Krellenberg, K., Nivala, J., Zehnsdorf, A., (eds.)
    Urban transformations - Sustainable urban development through resource efficiency, quality of life and resilience
    Future City 10
    Springer International Publishing, Cham, p. 257 - 279
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  • Otto, P., Kellner, R., Kindler, A., Zehnsdorf, A., (2018):
    Untersuchungen zur Verbreitung, Ökologie und Morphologie der Elodea- und Myriophyllum-Arten der Leipziger Region
    Berichte der Arbeitsgemeinschaft Sächsischer Botaniker Neue Folge 23 , 33 - 69

2017 (1)

  • Banzhaf, E., Kabisch, S., Knapp, S., Rink, D., Wolff, M., Kindler, A., (2017):
    Integrated research on land-use changes in the face of urban transformations – an analytic framework for further studies
    Land Use Pol. 60 , 403 - 407
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2016 (1)

  • Kindler, A., Banzhaf, E., Reyes-Paecke, S., Weiland, U., Müller, A., (2016):
    Escenarios para ordenamiento territorial y gestión del riesgo por inundación
    In: Barton, J.R., Kopfmüller, J., (eds.)
    Santiago 2030 : escenarios para la planificacion estrategica
    RiL Editores, Santiago, p. 131 - 160

2015 (1)

  • Kindler, A., (2015):
    Internationale Stadtforschung
    Leipzigs Wandel im Spiegel der Stadtforschung am UFZ
    Helmholtz-Zentrum für Umweltforschung - UFZ, Leipzig, S. 36 - 37

2014 (4)

  • Banzhaf, E., de la Barrera, F., Kindler, A., Reyes-Paecke, S., Schlink, U., Welz, J., Kabisch, S., (2014):
    A conceptual framework for integrated analysis of environmental quality and quality of life
    Ecol. Indic. 45 , 664 - 668
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  • Franck, U., Klimeczek, H.-J., Kindler, A., (2014):
    Social indicators are predictors of airborne outdoor exposures in Berlin
    Ecol. Indic. 36 , 582 - 593
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  • Franck, U., Klimeczek, H.-J., Kindler, A., (2014):
    Airborne exposure related health effects in urban environments are socio-spatially distributed
    In: Oliveira, S., Nunes, R., Carvailhais, S., Freitas, R., (eds.)
    Proceedings book 3rd International Congress on Environmental Health 2014 (ICEH 2014), Porto, Portugal, 24th to 26th September 2014. Emerging risks and challanges on environment, heath and safety
    Allied Health Sciences School of Polytechnic Institute, Porto, p. 106 - 107
  • Schlink, U., Kindler, A., Großmann, K., Schwarz, N., Franck, U., (2014):
    The temperature recorded by simulated mobile receptors is an indicator for the thermal exposure of the urban inhabitants
    Ecol. Indic. 36 , 607 - 616
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