Julika Voß

Julika Voß
Bio Consult SH

Master of Science
Marine Environmental Scientist (M.Sc.) at BioConsult SH

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Introduction
Currently, I am working as a research associate at BioConsult SH (Germany) in two areas: (1) monitoring the impact of noise from offshore wind farms on harbour porpoises using Passive Acoustic Monitoring, and (2) a new service (SPACEWHALE) that uses artificial intelligence to detect large whales in very high-resolution satellite images. My master's thesis was about the response of harbour porpoises to the FaunaGuard and subsequent piling during the construction of offshore wind farms.
Additional affiliations
May 2019 - September 2019
CIMA Research Foundation
Position
  • Research Internship
Description
  • - Research project "Cuvier’s beaked whales in the Ligurian Sea – Analysis of group size and habitat preferences" as part of university studies (Erasmus) - Recording cetacean sightings and photo identification - Assisting with tagging and tissue sampling of cetaceans, as well as with determining the macro- and microplastic distribution in the Ligurian Sea - Data post-processing and analysis
March 2018 - August 2018
Nature and Biodiversity Conservation Union (NABU)
Position
  • Bachelor Thesis
Description
  • - Subject: Breeding success, influencing factors and suggestions for protection measures of endangered breeding birds on the tidal island Nordstrandischmoor in the Wadden Sea of Schleswig-Holstein - Collecting data on hatching and breeding success, assisting with bird ringing and reading the rings - Modelling of populations (Population Viability Analyses, Generalised Additive Models, etc.)
August 2017 - October 2017
University of Iceland
Position
  • Research Internship
Description
  • - Collecting sighting and behavioural information on cetaceans, as well as photo identification - Assisting with deployment of C-PODs and application of pingers
Education
October 2018 - March 2021
Carl von Ossietzky Universität Oldenburg
Field of study
  • Marine Environmental Sciences
October 2015 - September 2018

Publications

Publications (3)
Article
The populations of breeding birds on Nordstrandischmoor, a tidal island (Hallig) in the Wadden Sea, have been decreasing continuously since the turn of the millennium. The number of Eurasian Oystercatchers alone has declined by about 70 % from 699 to 208 breeding pairs during the last 25 years. Predation seems to play an important role in this decr...
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The application of Very-High-Resolution (VHR) satellites to survey cetaceans has gained considerable tractionover the last decade. Large whale species in particular lend themselves to detection by VHR imagery of ~0.50mresolution or less. Processing of satellite images can be manually intensive, and consequently artificial intelligencemethods are un...
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The populations of breeding birds on Nordstrandischmoor, a tidal island (Hallig) in the Wadden Sea, have been decreasing continuously since the turn of the millennium. The number of Eurasian Oystercatchers alone has declined by about 70 % from 699 to 208 breeding pairs during the last 25 years. Predation seems to play an important role in this decr...

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