Sally Jahn M.Sc.

Research assistant
Regionaler Klimawandel und Gesundheit
Phone: +49 821 598 2293
Fax: +49 821 598 3154
Email:
Room: 312, Gebäude 10 (SHS)
Visiting hours: Tuesday 14:00 - 15:00 [by prior arrangement by e-mail]
Address: Werner-von-Siemens-Straße 6 (Sigma Technopark), 86159 Augsburg

Scientific career

Since 2018

Research assistant and PhD student (research area: “Environmental Health Sciences“)


2017/2018

Research internship and student assistant at the Alfred-Wegener-Institute, Potsdam

 

2016-2018

         M.Sc. Climate and Environmental Sciences at the University of Augsburg

 

2014/2015

Scholarship Program PROSALMU, Study Abroad, University of Alberta, Canada

 

2012-2016

B.Sc. Geography (Minor: Economics) at the LMU Munich

 

 

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Research

  • Environmental Health Sciences (focus: air quality, climate and human health in Europe)
  • Present and future occurences of health-relevant, compound ozone and temperature events over Europe
  • Keywords: Heat and Ozone Pollution, Compound Events, Geostatistics, Statistical Modeling, Data Science

Lectures

(applied filters: semester: current | institute: Institut für Geographie | lecturers: Sally Ann Jahn | course types: all)
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No courses available.

Previous Courses

Untersuchung von Temperaturextremen und Luftschadstoffen in Europa (mit R) (recurring)

Proseminar zur Vorlesung: Physische Geographie 1 (recurring)

Proseminar zur Vorlesung: Physische Geographie 2 (recurring)

Kleine Exkursion PG - Exkursion zum Proseminar (recurring)

 

Publications

Jahn S., Hertig E. (2021): EGU21-451 - Health-relevant, concurrent ground-level ozone and temperature events in recent and future European climate. EGU General Assembly 2021: vEGU21 - Gather Online, Session NH1.7 - Extreme meteorological and hydrological events induced by severe weather and climate change, Online, April 19-30. vPICO (online) presentation. 

 

Jahn S., Hertig, E. (2021): Modeling and projecting health-relevant combined ozone and temperature events in present and future Central European climate. Air Qual Atmos Health 14, 563–580 (2021). https://doi.org/10.1007/s11869-020-00961-0

 

Jahn S., Hertig E. (2020): EGU2020-1314 - Statistical modelling of combined ozone-temperature events in Europe. EGU General Assembly 2020: Sharing Geoscience Online, Session AS3.22 - Urban Air Quality and Greenhouse Gases, Online, May 04-08. Online presentation. Young Researchers Travel Scholarship Program of the University of Augsburg.

 

Jahn S., Hertig E. (2020): Statistical modeling of combined ozone and temperature extremes in Central Europe. Symposium on Challenges in Applied Human Biometeorology 2020, Freiburg, March 02-03. Poster presentation.

 

Jahn S., Hertig E. (2019): Statistische Modellierung kombinierter Ozon- und Temperaturextremereignisse in Zentraleuropa. AK Klima 2019 - 38. Jahrestagung des Arbeitskreis Klima der Deutschen Gesellschaft für Geographie, Hamburg, Oktober 25-27. Poster presentation. Young Researchers Travel Scholarship Program of the University of Augsburg.

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