Maria Magdalena Warter
Research student, School of Earth and Ocean Sciences
- Room 2.28, Main Building, Park Place, Cardiff, CF10 3AT
BSc Environmental Engineering - University of Natural Resources and Life Science, Vienna, Austria (2009 - 2015)
MSc International Land and Water Management - Wageningen University, The Netherlands (2015-2017)
PhD Earth and Ocean Sciences, Cardiff University (2018 - present)
- Isotope Hydrology
- Stable Isotope Ecology
- Desert Ecosystems
My research focuses on understanding the onset, propagation and recovery of drought in riparian ecosystems in the southwestern US, in particular California and Arizona. I am interested in understanding the effects of mulit-year droughts on subsurface water availability and the effects it has on ecosystems, through stable isotope dendrochronology and isotopic analysis of plants and water.
- MOOC: "The challenge of Global Water Security"
- Water in the Environment
Detection Of Forest Water Stress Due To Climate Change In Drought-Prone Regions Of The Southwestern USA
Senior Lecturer in the School of Earth and Ocean Sciences, Deputy Director of the Water Research Institute