Dr Daniel Plugge

Research fellow and PostDoc at the Institute for World Forestry at the University of Hamburg
Dr. Daniel Plugge is a research fellow and PostDoc at the Institute for World Forestry at the University of Hamburg. He has obtained his diploma in wood science and technology with a focus on tropical forestry and a diploma thesis on reforestation of degraded land in northern Brazil. Read More His doctoral thesis focused on the climate change mitigation mechanism REDD+ (Reducing emissions from deforestation and forest degradation) with special emphasis on the topic of forest degradation and the economic implications of uncertainties in the assessment of emission reductions. He coordinated the forestry related research in the subproject “Natural ecosystems and functions - Interdependences of land use practices and natural resource-related ESS/F” in the research project “Sustainable Land Management in south-western Madagascar” (SuLaMa, www.sulama.de) and currently works in the cluster of excellence CliSAP (Integrated Climate System Analysis and Prediction, www.klimacampus.de.Read Less