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Kornelia Schmidt

Kornelia Wolff-Schmidt

Curriculum Vitae

Occupational career                                                                            

  • Since 07/2011: Technical assistant at the ITAW
  • 01/2006 - 07/2011: Technical assistant at the RTC (Research and Technology Centre, West Coast, University of Kiel)
  • 1996 - 2000: Employed as medical technical radiology assistant at the “Nordsee Klinikum 1” in St. Peter Ording, Schleswig-Holstein
  • 05/1987 - 12/1990: Employed as medical technical radiology assistant  at the university hospital Kiel (accident surgery), Schleswig-Holstein
  • 01/1987 - 05/1987: Employed at the local surgery of Dr. Tacke in Kiel (Molfsee), Schleswig-Holstein

Education

 

  • 1984-1986: Medical technical radiology assistant in Heide, Schleswig-Holstein

Main tasks

 

  • Organization and implementation of marine mammal dissections
  • Dead found monitoring of seals and harbour porpoises
  • Lab organization
  • Practical lab work
  • Observer/Navigator during aerial survey flights for marine mammal assessments in the North and Baltic Sea
  • Age determination of marine mammals by analysing teeth structure
  • Data collection and updating
  • Administration and archiving of collected data
  • Participation in the seal health monitoring

Publications

Unger, B.; Herr, H.; Benke, H.; Böhmert, M.; Burkhardt-Holm, P.; Dähne, M.; Hillmann, M.; Wolff-Schmidt, K.; Wohlsein, P.; Siebert, U. : Marine debris in harbour porpoises and seals from German waters. 

In: Marine Environmental Research (2017) 77-84

dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.marenvres.2017.07.009

 

Unger, B., Herr, H., Boehmert, M., Hillmann, M., Wolff-Schmidt, K., Siebert, U. (2015) Marine debris findings in dead stranded marine mammals from German waters. Poster at the 21st Biennial Conference of the Society for Marine Mammology, San Francisco, USA.

 

Unger, B., Herr, H., Böhmert, M., Hillmann, M., Wolff-Schmidt, K., Siebert, U. (2015). Marine debris findings in dead stranded harbour porpoises from German waters. Paper SC/66a/E/6 presented to the Scientific Committee of the International Whaling Commission in San Diego, USA, 2015, 8 pp.

Anschrift
Stiftung Tierärztliche Hochschule Hannover
Institute for Terrestrial and Aquatic Wildlife Research
Werftstr. 6
25761 Büsum
Kontakt
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