Julia Osterman

Julia Goss

PhD student
Helmholtz Centre for Environmental Research - UFZ
Department of Computational Landscape Ecology
Permoserstraße 15
04318 Leipzig

Julia Goss



Research interests

  • Ecosystem services and pollination
  • Pollinator communities in different crops
  • Environmental science and nature conservation
  • Andean bear research and ecology
  • Citizen and social sciences in connection to ecology

Curriculum Vitae

06/2018 - 06/2019 Parental leave
Since 2017 PhD student, Martin Luther University Halle- Wittenberg, Institute of Biology, General Zoology
09/16 – 01/17 Internship at NGO Yunkawasi, Andean bear research in northern Peru
05/16 – 08/16 Environmental Consultant for Kaminsky Naturschutzplanung GmbH
07/15 – 04/16 Parental leave
02/15 – 06/15 Environmental Consultant for Kaminsky Naturschutzplanung GmbH
10/12 –06/14 Environmental Science –Soil, Water and Biodiversity
University of Hohenheim and Swedish University of Agricultural Science, Master of Science
Master Thesis: Neonicotinoids and Honey bee health
10/09 –07/12 Environmental Science with minor subject hydrology
Albert-Ludwigs-University Freiburg, Bachelor of Science

Prizes

09/14 Best poster presentation at the ICPPR conference in Ghent
07/14 Helmut-Aurenz-Scholarship for financing a research project in Europe
11/13 Best poster presentation at the ELLS students’ conference in Vienna
09/13 Germany Scholarship financed by Karl Schlecht foundation

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 Media & Press

Public science articles:


Osterman, J. & Wintermantel, D., 2019. Weniger Hummel-Königinnen durch Clothianidin. bienen&natur, 5, pp. 18-19.

Schönfeld, P. & Goss, J., 2014. Straßenbaumarten und ihre Ansprüche an den pH-Wert. PRO BAUM, 2, pp. 11-14.


Outreach:

Goss, J.: Hummeln - unterschätze Bestäuber im Garten. MDR Garten. Sendung vom 07.06.2015.

Pressemitteilung: Feldversuch mit Neonicotinoiden: Honigbienen sind deutlich robuster als Hummeln

Contribution to the blog "Agrardebatten" of the University of Göttingen