Coastal Risks and Sea-Level Rise Research Group
Claudia studied Environmental Geography and Management at the University of Kiel. Her studies include the minors “Oceanography" and "Hydrology”. Claudia joined the CRSLR group in March 2011 as a scientific assistant and has started her PhD since April 2015. Her research focuses on the assessment of vulnerability to sea-level rise, from global to national scales. In particular, Claudia is interested in the effects of scale and different input data on modelling the potential impacts of sea-level rise in the world’s coastal regions. In this context, she is currently involved in the development of the global coastal database that underlies the Dynamic Interactive Vulnerability Assessment (DIVA) modelling framework and is involved in several applications of the DIVA model at various scales. What Claudia is most enthusiastic about in her work is improving the structure and availability of data, in order to enable coherent and consistent analyses of future impacts of sea-level rise and to assess the benefits of different adaptation strategies.
Christian-Albrechts-Universität zu KielLudewig-Meyn-Str. 14
WOLFF, C., VAFEIDIS, A.T., LINCKE, D., HINKEl, J., LIONELLO, P., MUIS, S., SATTA, A., CONTE, D. & J. A. JIMENEZ (2017): A Mediterranean Coastal Database for Assessing the Impacts of Sea-Level Rise and Associated Hazards.
On the 17th November 2020 the Mediterranean Assessment Report was released; our group leader Athanasios Vafeidis contributed to Chapter 6 as coordinating lead author, whereas Lena Reimann…Read more