M.Sc. Physical Geography
I am dedicated to critical geography dealing with questions of environmental justice, critical mapping and postcolonial geography. At the same time I am having a background in geoinformatics and biodiversity research. I would like to combine these research fields and learn more about implementing integrative geography approaches.
PhD-Project description: With the help of large-scale remote sensing a method to globally examine geoinformation about biome-specific socio-biophysical conditions in and around Biosphere Reserves will be developed. Responding to the need for a more holistic appraisal of human-nature relations in the context of Biosphere Reservesâ€™ effectiveness, the concepts of environmental justice and the ecosystem approach will be included in the assessment.
Since 10/2019 Research fellow at the Biosphere Reserves Institute and Centre for Econics and Ecosystem Management, Eberswalde
05 - 08/2019 Research fellowship at Herder Institute, Marburg
04/2015 - 02/2019 Junior researcher, map collection at Herder Institute, Marburg
10/2016 - 07/2019 M. Sc. Physical Geography at Philipps-UniversitÃ¤t Marburg specialization: biodiversity, geoinformatics
Thesis: Examining forest productivity under the impact of adjacent clearcuts using large-scale remote sensing time series data
04 - 06/2018 Internship, Heinrich BÃ¶ll Foundation, Ramallah
10/2012 - 09/2016 B. Sc. Geography at Philipps-UniversitÃ¤t Marburg specialization: physical geography
08/2014 - 02/2015 Semester abroad: ,Lifesciencesâ€™ at Universidad Europea Miguel de Cervantes, Valladolid
Lotz, Christian; Gohr, Charlotte (2017). Anti-imperialism or new imperialism? Examining the production and content of the World Map/Karta Mira 1:2,500,000 (1956â€“1989), Royal Geographical Society, Annual Conference, London 2017. DOI: 10.13140/RG.2.2.19837.87526
Lotz, Christian; Gohr, Charlotte (2016). Tracing silence on maps: aerial photographs of Breslau in 1944 as challenges for visual history and critical cartography - explorations in the history of cartography. Poster. Publisher Herder Institute Marburg. ISBN: 978-3-87969-419-8
Thiele, V., Tabbert, H., Schuhmacher, S., Blumrich, B., & Gohr, C. (2015). Die raum-zeitliche Verbreitung der Schmetterlinge von nÃ¤hrstoffarmen Mooren in Mecklenburg-Vorpommern. [The spatiotemporal distribution of butterflies and moth in nutrient poor bogsof Mecklenburg-Western Pomerania] TELMA-Berichte der Deutschen Gesellschaft fÃ¼r Moor-und Torfkunde, 45, 105-132. https://doi.org/10.23689/fidgeo-2899
Gohr, Charlotte (2019): Ecological impacts of clear-cuts on remaining forest. A case study in the north-west Russian Federation using remote sensing supported, geo-statistical analysis, 2nd Austrian Conference on International Resource Politics, Innsbruck
Lotz, Christian and Gohr, Charlotte (2017). Anti-imperialism or new imperialism? Examining the production and content of the World Map/Karta Mira 1:2,500,000 (1956â€“1989), Royal Geographical Societyâ€™s Annual Conference, London
Gohr, Charlotte (2016). Tracing silence on maps: evaluating historical maps using remote sensing on Central Europe, Association for Slavic, East European and Eurasian Studies ASEEES Annual Conference, Washington D.C.