Dorit Siebert - Technical Staff

Dorit Siebert
Photo: Dorit Siebert

Contact

University of Potsdam

Biodiversity Research / Systematic Botany
Maulbeerallee 2a, R. 1.04
14469 Potsdam, Germany

phone:  0049 (0)331 977-4866

e-mail: dorit.siebertuni-potsdamde

Dorit Siebert
Photo: Dorit Siebert

Responsibilities

  • Coordination and practical implementation (data collection) of the long-term research project PhenObs and the Citizen-Science Network Project "Pflanze KlimaKultur!" at the Botanical Garden of the UP.
  • Organization and technical management of the practical courses in basic botany (practical and experimental botany, determination botany, lectures), incl. procurement of plant material in the field and in the botanical garden, respectively
  • Support of further research projects (climate chamber, greenhouse, field, lab).

 

 

Education

2004 –               BTA (Biological Technical Assistance) Biodiversity Research / Systematic Botany, University of Potsdam

2000 – 2004    Scholarship of the State of Saxony Anhalt, MLU Halle-Wittenberg

1999 – 2000    Diploma thesis: „Epizoochorie durch Reh (Capreolus capreolus) und Schwarzwild (Sus scrofa)

                             im Stellario holosteae-Carpinetum betuli des Forstes Brieselang“       

1994 – 1999    Studies in Biology, FU Berlin

1992                   Abitur (general university entrance qualification)

 

 

Publications

 

Meyer, J., Raudnitschka, D., Brandl, M. (2008): Biology and ecology of Thallomysnigricauda (Rodentia, Muridae) in the Thornveld savannah of South Africa. Mammalian Biology - Zeitschrift für Säugetierkunde, Vol. 73.

Raudnitschka, D., Hensen, I., Oberprieler, C. (2007) Introgressive hybridization of Senecio hercynicus and S-ovatus (Compositae, Senecioneae) along an altitudinal gradient in Harz National Park (Germany). Systematics and Biodiversity, 5 (3). pp. 333-344. ISSN 1477-2000.

Heinken, T., Raudnitschka, D. (2002): Do wild ungulates contribute to the dispersal of vascular plants in central European forests by epizoochory? A case study in NE Germany. - Forstwiss.Centralbl. (German J. Forest. Sci.) 121: 179-194.

Heinken, T., Hanspach, H., Raudnitschka, D., Schaumann, F. (2002): Dispersal of vascular plants by four species of wild mammals in a deciduous forest in NE Germany. - Phytocoenologia 32 (4), 627-644.

Heinken, T., Lees, R., Raudnitschka, D., Runge, S. (2001): Epizoochorous dispersal of bryophyte stem fragments by roe deer (Capreolus capreolus) and wild boar (Sus scrofa). - J. Bryol. 23: 293-300.

 

 

Miscellaneous

- Fire safety assistant (Brandschutzhelferin)

- First-Aider (Ersthelferin)

- Safety representative (Sicherheitsbeauftragte)

- Member of the environmental Commission of the University of Potsdam