M.Sc. Gitta Ann von Rönn

wiss. Mitarbeiter

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  • Hydroakkustische Messverfahren
  • Seitensichtsonar Vermessungen
  • Flachwasser Vermessungen
  • Küstenprozesse
  • Küstengeomorphologie und Evolutionsprozesse
  • Korngrößenanalyse



  • Ostsee


2008 - 2012

 Bachelorstudium der Geowissenschaften am IFG der CAU Kiel

2012 - 2014

 Masterstudium der Geowissenschaften am IFG der CAU Kiel

seit 2014

 PhD am Institut für Geowissenschaften der CAU Kiel

neue Veröffentlichungen

von Rönn GA, Schwarzer K, Reimers HC, Winter C (2019)  Limitations of Boulder Detection in Shallow Water Habitats Using High-Resolution Sidescan Sonar Images. Geosciences, 9, 390. https://www.mdpi.com/2076-3263/9/9/390


GeoHab – BALDESH – Habitats and fields of stones in the shallow water environment of the Baltic Sea coast of Schleswig-Holstein – their dynamics and function.

GeoHab – BALDESH Institutions involved:

Kiel University, Institute of Geosciences, Coastal Geology and Sedimentology (IfG)

GEOMAR Helmholtz Zentrum für Ocean Research, Kiel

State Agency for Agriculture, Environment and Rural Areas of Schleswig-Holstein, Kiel (LLUR)

Personal involved:

Klaus Schwarzer

Gitta Ann von Rönn

Funding period: Nov. 2014 – Oct. 2019
Funding Organization: State Government via State Agency for Agriculture, Environment and Rural Areas of Schleswig-Holstein, Kiel (LLUR)

Short description:

Changes in the environmental conditions due to sea level fluctuations, increase in storminess, euthrophication, exploitation of resources or construction works are firstly reflected in the coastal areas. The shallow water environments of the Baltic Sea coast of Schleswig Holstein are an alteration of sandy environments offshore lowlands and hard bottom substrates offshore active cliffs. The latter are partly covered with stones of different size and with dif-ferent spatial distribution. Depending on the exposure of the coastline, these relict sediments, which are an indicator of ongoing erosion and reworking of glacial deposits, can be observed down to 20 m water depth. Especially stones, which have been exploited for more than 100 years until 1976, are an extremely valuable habitat, recognized by several national and inter-national regulations and directives. The ascertainment of stones, their impact on the seafloor and their behaviour as an ecological habitat due to environmental changes is the main objec-tive of this research program.

Feldarbeit mit dem Schlauchboot

For further information please visit http://www.uni-kiel.de/pressemeldungen/?pmid=2015-119-baldesh