Daniel Hertel

M.Sc. Meteorology
PhD student

Department Urban and Environmental Sociology
Helmholtz Centre
for Environmental Research - UFZ
Permoserstraße 15
04318 Leipzig, Germany

phone: +49 341 / 2 35 17 04
Email: Daniel Hertel

Daniel Hertel

Main Interests

  • Urban climatology
  • Urban warming and contributing energetic processes at neighbourhood scale for the development of more targeted climate adaptation measures
  • Micrometeorological modelling

04/2018 – 06/2018

Scientific employee in the Department of Urban and Environmental Sociology within the frame of the project „Schneedeckenmodell ESCIMO – Weiterentwicklung für 1h Simulationen“; commissioned work for the SLfULG

11/2017 – 02/2018

Scientific employee in the Department of Urban and Environmental Sociology within the frame of the project „Mehrländerprojekt Schneesicherheit Mittelgebirge, Anwendung und Verifizierung von Modellergebnissen“; commissioned work for the „Saxon State Office for Environment, Agriculture and Geology – SLfULG“

seit 08/2015

PhD student at University of Leipzig, Institute for Meteorology, and UFZ in the Department of Urban and Environmental Sociology
(funded by the German Federal Environmental Foundation - DBU)

05/2015 – 07/2015

Research assistant in the Department of Urban and Environmental Sociology, Helmholtz Centre for Environmental Research - UFZ

03/2013

Masterarbeit zum Thema „Bayessche Modellierung des Schnee-Wasser-Äquivalentes“ in Kooperation mit der „Thüringer Landesanstalt für Umwelt und Geologie“

10/2009 – 03/2015

Studied meteorology (Bachelor and Master) at the Institute for Meteorology, University of Leipzig



Publications

2018

Kabisch, S., Ueberham, M., Schlink, U., Hertel, D., Mohamdeen, A.M.S., (2018):
Local residential quality from an interdisciplinary perspective : combining individual perception and micrometeorological factors
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. 235 – 255

Welz, J., Hertel, D., Krellenberg, K., Schlink, U., (2018):
Adapting Built-Up Areas to Climate Change: Assessment of Effects and Feasibility of Adaptation Measures on Heat Hazard
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. 327 – 338

Schlink, U., Hertel, D., (2018):
Inverse modelling of snow depths
Environ. Modell. Softw.
 

Conference Contributions

2018

Hertel, D., Schlink, U., Modeling Energetic Contributions to the Urban Heat Island. Vortrag im Rahmen der 10th International Conference on Urban Climate (ICUC10), 2018, The City College of New York, New York City, USA
Schlink, U., Hertel, D., Schnee im Erzgebirge. 11. Annaberger Klimatage, 2018, Annaberg-Buchholz, Deutschland

2017

Hertel, D., Schlink, U., Contributions to urban heat island on the local neighbourhood scale. Poster auf der European Geosciences Union General Assembly (EGU), 2017, Wien, Österreich.

2014

Hertel, D., Anwendung von ESCIMO für Thüringen. Klima Workshop: Projekte und Forschung zum Klimawandel in Thüringen, 2014, Thüringer Landesanstalt für Umwelt und Geologie, Jena-Göschwitz, Deutschland.