Philipp Römer

Ph. D. Student

Project: Climate variability in the Mediterranean from multiple tree-ring proxies

Department of Geography
Building 1272, Room 00-122
Johann-Joachim-Becher Weg 32
Phone: +49 6131 39-29891
E-Mail: phiroeme@uni-mainz.de

Consultation hours: Upon agreement

 

Biographical data

  • Since 10/2020 Research Assistant, Department of Geography, Johannes Gutenberg-University, Mainz
  • 11/2019 – 09/2020 Substitute Teacher, Oranienschule, Wiesbaden
  • 04/2016 – 06/2019 Studies in Geography and Biology (M.Ed.), Johannes Gutenberg-University, Mainz (Thesis: Site-specific climate signals in tree ring parameters of Pinus nigra from Corsica, France)
  • 05/2013 – 09/2020 Student Assistant, Department of Geography, Johannes Gutenberg-University, Mainz
  • 10/2012 – 06/2016 Studies in Geography and Biology (B.Ed.), Johannes Gutenberg-University, Mainz (Thesis: Personality-based career guidance in teacher training: Relationships between personality and social expertise in student teachers at JGU Mainz)

 

Research Interests

  • Dendrochronology
  • Palaeoclimatology
  • Quantitative wood anatomy
  • Mediterranean

 

Publications

In review

Kuhl E, Zang C, Esper J, Riechelmann D, Büntgen U, Briesch M, Reinig F, Römer P, Konter O, Schmidhalter M, Hartl C (in review) Using machine learning to provenance the geographical origin of historical construction timber. Ecosphere.

Wieland A, Greule M, Römer P, Esper J, Keppler F (in review) Climate signals in stable carbon and hydrogen isotopes of lignin methoxy groups from southern German beech trees. Climate of the Past.

 

2021

1. Esper J, Hartl C, Konter O, Reinig F, Römer P, Huneau F, Lebre S, Szymczak S, Bräuning A, Büntgen U (2021) Past millennium hydroclimate variability from Corsican pine tree-ring chronologies. Boreas, doi: https://doi.org/10.1111/bor.12574. (Esper_2021_Boreas.pdf) (Esper_2021_Boreas_Supp.pdf)

2. Römer P, Hartl C, Schneider L, Bräuning A, Szymczak S, Huneau F, Lebre S, Reinig F, Büntgen U, Esper J (2021) Reduced temperature sensitivity of maximum latewood density formation in high-elevation Corsican pines under recent warming. Atmosphere 12, 804, doi: https://doi.org/10.3390/atmos12070804. (Roemer_2021_Atmos.pdf) (Roemer_2021_Atmos_Supp.pdf)

 

Talks

05/2022 "Multi-species tree growth response to climate change in southwestern Germany",             TRACE2022 (Tree Rings in Archaeology, Climatology and Ecology), Erlangen, Germany.

06/2021 "Fading temperature sensitivity of long tree-ring density chronologies from Corsica (France)", TRACE2021 (Tree Rings in Archaeology, Climatology and Ecology), virtual conference.

 

Teaching

Summer 2021

Winter 2020/2021

  • M1/M1-ED Climate Geography D
  • M3/M5-ED Cartography G

Winter 2019/2020

  • M3/M5-ED Cartography B
  • M3/M5-ED Cartography F

Summer 2019

  • M11/M9-ED Regional Geography Seminar and excursion "North Scandinavia"

Winter 2018/19

  • M3/M5-ED Cartography E
  • M3/M5-ED Cartography F

Winter 2017/18

  • M3/M5-ED Cartography E
  • M3/M5-ED Cartography F

Summer 2017

  • M11/M9-ED Regional Geography Seminar and excursion "North Scandinavia"