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Hannes Keck

Hannes Keck
I am a PhD student studying greenhouse gas fluxes from agricultural ecosystems. Currently, my research focuses on developing and testing a relaxed eddy accumulation (REA) system. This system is capable of measuring carbon dioxide, nitrous oxide, methane and water vapour fluxes at a field scale and over complete agricultural seasons. The combination of the REA system, manual chamber measurements as well as footprint modelling will help us understand the spatial and temporal heterogeneity of greenhouse gas fluxes and how driving variables influences these patterns.

Background

Education

University of Copenhagen and Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences
Sept. 2014 - Sept. 2016. Denmark and Sweden. European Master in Environmental Sciences (EnvEuro), specialisation: soil resources and land use.

Thesis: Imaging the 3-D distribution of cation adsorption sites in undisturbed soil.

Justus Liebig University of Giessen
Oct. 2010 - Aug. 2013. Germany. B.Sc. in Agricultural Sciences.

Thesis: Water repellency of biological soil crusts in a sand-dune ecosystem of the NW Negev, Israel and its influence on surface runoff.

 

Work experience

Previously, I worked in the field of soil science and soil physics at the Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences, University of Copenhagen, Research Institute of Organic Acricuture (FiBL), Justus Liebig University of Giessen. 

Selected publications

Callesen  I., Keck H., Andersen, T. J. (2018).  Particle size distribution in soils and marine sediments by laser diffraction using Malvern Mastersizer 2000-method uncertainty including the effect of hydrogen peroxide pretreatment, Journal of Soils and Sediments,  18 (7), DOI:10.1007/s11368-018-1965-8

Keck, H., Strobel, B. W., Gustafsson, J. P., and Koestel, J. (2017): Quantitative imaging of the 3-D distribution of cation adsorption sites in undisturbed soil, SOIL, 3, 177-189, https://doi.org/10.5194/soil-3-177-2017.

Keck, H., Felde, V. J. M. N. L., Drahorad, S. L. and Felix-Henningsen, P. (2016).  Biological soil crusts cause subcritical water repellency in a sand dune ecosystem located along a rainfall gradient in the NW Negev desert, Israel, Journal of Hydrology and Hydromechanics,  64 (2), DOI: 10.1515/johh-2016-0001

 

 


Contact
Doctoral Student at the Department of Ecology; Systems Ecology Unit
Telephone: 018-672426
Postal address:
Inst för Ekologi, Box 7044
750 07 UPPSALA
Visiting address: Ulls Väg 16, Uppsala