Mareike Tabea Mittag

Mareike Tabea Mittag
PhD student

Environment & Biodiversity – University of Salzburg, Hellbrunner Straße 34, A-5020 Salzburg

Tel.: +43 (0) 662 / 8044-5621

Paris Lodron University of Salzburg, Austria
Since 2020; Master of Science; Ecology and Evolution

University Hohenheim, Germany
2016 – 2020; Bachelor of Science, Agriculture

Paramedic Red Cross Austria │since 11.2020

I am an ecologist driven by a fascination for systems and the dynamics of interactions, impacts and mechanisms in natural ecosystems. Through my bachelor’s degree in Agricultural Sciences, I have been confronted with ecological challenges and decided to work on my knowledge and understanding of nature.

Since 2020, I have dedicated myself to the study of ecosystems and want to contribute as a researcher, student, teacher, and scientist. I am deeply impressed and driven by the beauty of nature and all organisms and processes within.

During my master’s degree in Ecology and Evolution, I studied several key aspects of ecosystems. Linking abiotic changes with the impacts on biodiversity, ecosystem functions, and coupled trophic interactions seems particularly important to me. Stable ecosystems are a complex that depends on multiple factors. Understanding those is of great importance for implementation and integration into future decisions, actions, and developments regarding ecosystem management.

 As part of the Multitrophic Biodiversity group at Dr. Jana Petermann’s Department of Environment and Biodiversity, we are investigating food webs between plants, herbivores and predators, their stoichiometry and functions in the Forest Biodiversity Experiment project in China.

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