Anne-Cathrin Wölfl
Anne-Cathrin Wölfl
Biography

Anne-Cathrin Wölfl is a postdoctoral research associate in the research division Dynamics of the Ocean Floor at the GEOMAR Helmholtz Centre for Ocean Research Kiel in Germany. She received a PhD from the University of Hamburg in 2015 working on fjord systems in maritime Antarctica. Her work now focuses on investigating the deep ocean floor by hydro-acoustic means including the collection, processing, visualisation and interpretation of high-resolution bathymetry data. She has a passion for exploring data using multivariate data analysis and GIS; and further advocates for marine conservation, open science and data sharing.

Articles

Where Do We Map Next?

Mapping the world’s oceans is a tremendous task that would benefit from a prioritisation strategy. In this article, an in-depth presentation of one such approach is given - a GIS-based analysis that identifies potential target areas for future mapping efforts in the North Atlantic Ocean. The a... (read more)
 
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