ABE BioComplexity Seminar – Dr. Stefan Julich


Stefan Julich
The role of soils and soil physical properties in the hydrological cycle of landscapes
Stefan Julich holds a PhD in Environmental Science and a Diploma in Physical Geography. He completed his PhD in 2010 at the Justus-Liebig University in Giessen, Germany. After a two years PostDoc positition at the former CRP Henri Tudor in Luxembourg (now Luxembourg Institute for Science and Technology) he worked as a Senior Scientist at the TU Dresden until 2022. Since 2022 he is a full Professor for Landscape Analysis at the University for Sustainable Development in Eberswalde, Germany. He is researching on the role of soils and soil physical properties on the hydrological and biogeochemical cycles of landscapes in temperate and tropical regions. A focus of his research lies on Soil Hydrology, Forest Hydrology as well as modelling the impact of climate and land use change on the water resources of landscapes. A further interest is to combine in situ measurements of soil physical properties, soil water and stream water quality with models to evaluate hydrological and biogeochemical cycles across spatial scales. He is collaborating with colleagues from Europe, Asia and Africa. He has authored and co-authored numerous journal articles in the field of hydrological and soil sciences.


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Dr. Rafael Muñoz-Carpena