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The objective of a doctorate is to educate creative, critical and autonomous researchers. Skills development should be driven by the doctoral candidates themselves, in consultation with their supervisory team, in order to become independent both in their research and in their personal development (according to LERU Advice Paper, Good practice elements in doctoral training, 2014). 

abgeschlossene Dorktorate / Former Doctorates

  • Schmidt, S.(2019): Soil Erosion Risk Modelling in the Alps – ERKBerg as a Prototype of ERK2 for mountain zones III, IV and summering grazing zones
  • Arata, L. (2019): Soil erosion assessment in alpine grasslands using fallout radionuclides: critical points, solutions and applications, pp.1-112.
  • Stopelli, E. (2016) Biological ice nucleating particles at tropospheric cloud height, pp.1-94.
  • Osterwalder, S. (2016) Land-atmosphere exchange of elemental mercury: New insights using a novel relaxed eddy accumulation system and enclosure techniques, pp.1-154.
  • Krüger, J.P. (2016) Peatland degradation indicated by stable isotope depth profiles and soil carbon loss, pp.1-137.
  • Panagos, P. (2015) Soil Erosion modelling at European scale by using high resolution input layers, pp.1-213.
  • Müller, M. H. (2014) Stream geochemistry and water flow path in alpine headwater catchments: influence of shrub ercroachment and soil cover, pp.1-125.
  • Cartier, L. E. H. (2014) Sustainability and traceability in marine cultured pearl production, pp.1-126.
  • Schindler, Y. (2013) The impact of fine sediment in small rivers: Method development and effects on brown trout redds, pp.1-137.
  • Xia, Yu (2011) Exploring Atmospheric Exchange with Natural Tracers, pp.1-72.
  • Konz Hohwieler, N. (2010) Quantification of Soil Erosion in the Alps - Measurement and Modeling, pp.1-101.
  • Meusburger, K. (2009) Soil Erosion in the Alps - causes and risk assessment, pp.1-117.
  • Fritsche, J. (2009) Peatland degradation indicated by stable isotope depth profiles and soil carbon loss. pp.1-95
  • Schaub, M. (2008) Stable and Radiogenic Isotopes as Tracers for Soil Degradation, pp. 1-86.
  • Vieten, B. (2008) N2O reduction in soils, pp.1-54.
  • Szegvary, T. (2007) European 222RN Flux Map for Atmospheric Tracer Applications, pp.1-75.