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Dr. Markus Fischer

Dr. Markus Fischer

AG Paläoklimadynamik


Campus Golm
Karl-Liebknecht-Str. 24-25
14476 Potsdam-Golm

Haus 27, Raum 1.32

Curriculum Vitae

Since 2022 Postdoc in the AG paleoclimate dynamics at the University of Potsdam

2019 – 2022 SdW scholarship, University of Tübingen: Geoscience PhD

2014 – 2018 Master of Science, University of Leipzig: Physical Geography

2010 – 2014 Bachelor of Science, University of Leipzig: Geography


Hildebrand, E., Grillo, K., Kendra C., Fischer M.L., Goldstein S.T., Janzen A., Junginger, A., Kinyanjui R., Ndiema E., Sawchuk, E., Beyin, A., Pfeiffer, S.K. (2022). Buffering new risks? Environmental, social and economic changes in the Turkana Basin during and after the African Humid Period. The Holocene
Suchodoletz, H., Kirkitadze, G., Koff, T., Fischer M.L., Poch R.M., Khosravichenar, A., Schneider B., Glaser B., Lindauer, S., Hoth, S., Skokan, A., Navrozashvili, L., Lobjanidze, M., Akhalaia, M., Losaberidze, L., Elashvili, M. (2022). Human-environmental interactions and seismic activity in a Late Bronze to Early Iron Age settlement center in the southeastern Caucasus. Frontiers in Earth Science
Markowska, M., Martin, A.N., Vonhof, H. B., Guinoiseau, D., Fischer, M.L., Zinaye, B., Galer, S.J.G., Asrat, A., Junginger, A. (in review) A multi-isotope and modelling approach for constraining hydro-connectivity in the East African Rift System, southern Ethiopia. Quaternary Science Reviews
Fischer, M.L., Bachofer, F., Yost, C.L., Bludau, I.J.E., Schepers, C., Foerster, V., Lamb, H., Schäbitz, F., Asrat, A., Trauth, M.H., Junginger, A., (2021) A Phytolith Supported Biosphere-Hydrosphere Predictive Model for Southern Ethiopia: Insights into Paleoenvironmental Changes and Human Landscape Preferences since the Last Glacial Maximum. Geosciences
Fischer, M.L., Markowska, M., Bachofer, F., Foerster, V.E., Zielhofer, C., Asrat, A., Trauth, M.H., Junginger, A., (2020) Determining the Pace and Magnitude of Lake Level Changes in Southern Ethiopia Over the Last 20,000 Years Using Lake Balance Modeling and SEBAL. Frontiers in Earth Science