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Dr. Thomas Hoffmann

Thomas Hoffmann

Post Doc
Federal Institut of Hydrology
Am Mainzer Tor 1
56068 Koblenz

  +49 (0)261 1306 5592

Expertise & Interests

Overview / specialty        Fluvial response to human and climate impacts
PAGES interests        Global Soil and Sediment - GloSS
Topics        Biogeochemical processes, Carbon cycle, Human impacts & interactions, Modeling, Proxy development
Timescales        Anthropocene (last 100 years), Holocene
Regions        Europe, Global
Archives        Fluvial deposits, Geomorphology, Soil
Sector        Academia / Education, Research
Discipline        Geomorphology, Statistics



Hoffmann, T., Erkens, G., Dikau, R., Houben, P., Seidel, J., Cohen, K.M., 2007. Holocene floodplain sediment storage and hillslope erosion within the Rhine catchment. The Holocene, 17(1), 105-118.

Hoffmann, T., Erkens, G., Gerlach, R., Klostermann, J., Lang, A., 2009. Trends and controls of Holocene floodplain sedimentation in the Rhine catchment. Catena 77(2), 96-106.

Hoffmann, T., Thorndycraft, V.R., Brown, A.G., Coulthard, T., Damnati, B., Kale, V.S., Middelkoop, H., Notebaert, B., Walling, D.E., 2010. Human impact on fluvial regimes and sediment flux during the Holocene: Review and future research agenda. Global Planet. Change, 72, 87-98.

Hoffmann, T., Mudd, S., Van Oost, K., Verstraeten, G., Erkens, G., Lang, A., Middelkoop, H., Boyle, J., Kaplan, A., Willenbring, J., Aalto, R., 2013. Humans and the missing C-sink: erosion and burial of soil carbon through time. Earth Surf. Dyn., 1, 45-52.

Hoffmann, T., Schlummer, M., Verstraeten, G., Notebaert, B., 2013. Carbon burial in soil sediments from Holocene agricultural erosion, Central Europe. Global Biogeochem. Cycles, 27(3), 828–835.