Earth Observation and Geoinformation Science Lab

Christina Hellmann

Phd student

Room 208

Telephone: +49 3834 420 4544




Christina Hellmann has been working on her PhD since December 2022 as part of the project "ReWetSpec - Development of Hyperspectral Indicators for Monitoring Fen Re-wetting", funded by the German Space Agency at DLR. Part of this project is to map typical peatland plant communities along a moisture gradient using hyperspectral satellite data (mainly EnMAP) and to investigate inter- and intra-annual spectral changes. The study area is located in Mecklenburg-Western Pomerania, northeastern Germany.

She completed her Master's degree in Landscape Ecology and Nature Conservation at the University of Greifswald in 2022. As part of her master's thesis, she worked on biomass modeling of cattail (Typha spec.) with multitemporal and multispectral drone data on an area rewetted for paludiculture.