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Simone Langhans

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Simone Langhans


Short CV

Simone Langhans is a Marie-Curie Fellow currently based at the University of Otago in Dunedin, New Zealand. She will join BC3 in 2019 for the final year of her fellowship.

Dr. Langhans holds a Diploma in Natural Sciences, a MSc in Advanded Studies in Secondary and Higher Education, and a Doctor of Sciences from the Swiss Federal Institute of Technology in Zurich (ETH), Switzerland

Throughout her academic career, Dr. Langhans has constantly broadened her expertise by joining research groups around the world, working in Switzerland, Italy, Australia, Germany and New Zealand.

Besides academia, Dr. Langhans has experience working within government settings, having led the Swiss-wide development of river quality assessments for a few years after her PhD

Journal Articles

  • 2018
  • Datry T, Foulquier A, Corti R, von Schiller D, Tockner K, Mendoza-Lera C, Clément JC, Gessner MO, Moleón M, Stubbington R, Gücker B, Albariño R, Allen DC, Altermatt F, Arce MI, Arnon S, Banas D, Banegas-Medina A, Beller E, Blanchette ML, et al. 2018. A global analysis of terrestrial plant litter dynamics in non-perennial waterways. Nature Geoscience. DOI (10.1038/s41561-018-0134-4).
  • He F, Bremerich V, Zarfl C, Geldmann J, Langhans SD, David JNW, Darwall W, Tockner K, Jaehnig SC. 2018. Freshwater megafauna diversity: Patterns, status and threats. DIVERSITY AND DISTRIBUTIONS. DOI (10.1111/ddi.12780).
  • Venohr M, Langhans SD, Peters O, Hoelker F, Arlinghaus R, Mitchell L, Wolter C. 2018. The underestimated dynamics and impacts of water-based recreational activities on freshwater ecosystems. ENVIRONMENTAL REVIEWS. DOI (10.1139/er-2017-0024).

Conference Proceedings

  • 2018
  • Multi-criteria decision analysis to formally integrate community values in freshwater ecosystem-based management. , presented at the 50th NZFSS Annual Conference, organized by The Rutherford Nelson, Nelson, New Zealand, Dec, 2018
  • Eight current research developments may benefit freshwater biodiversity through championing ecosystem-based management, if combined, presented at the ESP Europe 2018 Regional Conference, organized by Kursaal, San Sebastian, Spain, Oct, 2018
  • Eight current research developments may benefit freshwater biodiversity through championing ecosystem-based management, if combined, presented at the Societ for Conservation Biology 5th Oceania Congress, organized by Te papa, Wellington, New Zealand, Jul, 2018
  • --, presented at the PCST Conference, organized by University of Otago, Dunedin, New Zealand, Apr, 2018
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