Carla Roesch

Portrait Carla Roesch
Address Im Neuenheimer Feld 229
Room 326
Group STACY - Palaeoclimate dynamics and variability

Research interests

  • Age-depth modelling methods
  • Statistical analysis of paleoclimate database
  • Glacial-interglacial climate variability
  • Interdisciplinary climate impact studies

Carla is writing her master’s thesis in the STACY working group at the Institute of Environmental Physics. As part of her thesis, she is implementing and comparing various
statistical methods (e.g. regression, Bayesian) for age-depth modelling of the global speleothem database SISAL and investigating the relation of speleothem growth rate changes to climate variability. 

Conference contributions

Norbert Frank, Carla Roesch, Anne-Marie Wefing, Claudia Wienberg, Marleen Lausecker, Julius Förstel, Andrea Schröder-Ritzrau, Steffen Therre, Ronny Friedrich, Jennifer Arps, Dierk Hebbeln, Christian Dullo, & Andre Freiwald, Glacial Intensification of the Benguela Current, Goldschmidt Paris 2017 (Poster). Link

Carla Roesch & Kira Rehfeld, Testing the variability of speleothem growth in Glacial versus Interglacial climate. DPG Frühjahrstagung München 2019. (Talk). Link

Kira Rehfeld, Carla Roesch, Sahar Amirnezhad-Mozhdehi, Sebastian Breitenbach, Dennis Rupprecht, Denis Scholz, & Laia Comas-Bru, Construction and evaluation of age-depth models for large numbers of speleothems. EGU 2019, Vienna (PICO). Link

Carla Roesch & Kira Rehfeld. Automatising age-depth modelling for hundreds of speleothems. 9th International Workshop on Climate Informatics, Paris, 2019. (Poster, Paper) Link to preprint