Martin Friedrichs

+49 (0) 30 6392 4087

Justus-von-Liebig-Str. 7, 12489 Berlin


My research focusses on the effects of climate change on river ecosystems. I am using species distribution models to assess how global change scenarios will affect future species distribution patterns.



03 2017 - present            Ph.D. student at Leibniz-Institut for Freshwater Ecology and Inland Fisheries

04 2014 - 11 2016            Free University Berlin, Department of Biology, Germany

Master of Science (MSc) Biological Sciences specializing in Ecology, Biodiversity and Evolution.

Thesis: „Effectiveness of Natura 2000’s large reserve network to protect Europe’s habitat     diversity: current status and a way forward for Germany”; Supervisor: Dr. Simone D. Langhans

10 2011 - 03 2014            Free University Berlin

Bachelor of Science (BSc) Biological Sciences

Additional Experiences

01 2012 - present            Volunteer at Nature Conservation Park „Drömling” for aquatic plant and animal monitoring and as a visitor’s guide

05 2014 - 06 2014            Internship at Metsähallitus, Finland Sea ground habitat mapping of the Bothnian Bay (Baltic Sea)

10 2012 - 02 2013            ERASMUS student at the University of Vienna, Austria student’s project on behavioural flexibility of Neolamprologus caudopunctatus (Cichlidae); Supervisor: Dr. Sabine Tebbich

09 2008 - 02 2009            Travel and Work, New Zealand

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