M.Sc. Maria Hock

Maria Hock

Doctoral candidate

Olshausenstraße 75, 24118 Kiel, Raum: 309
Phone: +49 (0) 431 880-3637
Telefax: +49 (0) 431 880-4083
mhock@ecology.uni-kiel.de

Curriculum Vitae

seit 2014
Promotionsprojekt
Christian-Albrechts-Universität zu Kiel
Martin-Luther-Universität Halle-Wittenberg
Thema: UV-B-Strahlung als selektiver Umweltfilter für invasive Pflanzenarten im Kontext von Globaler Umweltveränderung: Muster, Mechanismen und Prognosen

2010 – 2013
Master of Science in Biology
Martin-Luther-Universität Halle-Wittenberg
Titel der Masterarbeit: Die Relevanz von UV-B-Strahlung als selektiver Umweltfaktor für invasive Pflanzenarten in Neuseeland

2007 – 2010
Bachelor of Science in Biology
Martin-Luther-Universität Halle-Wittenberg
Titel der Bachelorarbeit: Vergleichende Untersuchungen zur UV-B-Adaptation der invasiven Art Hieracium pilosella L. anhand deutscher und neuseeländischer Populationen

Veröffentlichungen

Hock M., Beckmann M., Hofmann R., Bruelheide H., Erfmeier A. (2015): Effects of UV-B radiation on germination characteristics in invasive plants in New Zealand. NeoBiota, 26, 21–37.

Ampoorter E., Baeten L., Vanhellemont M., Bruelheide H., Scherer-Lorenzen M., Baasch A., Erfmeier A., Hock M., Verheyen K. (2015): Disentangling tree species identity and richness effects on the herb layer: first results from a German tree diversity experiment. Journal of Vegetation Science, 26, 742–755.

Beckmann M., Hock M., Bruelheide H., Erfmeier A. (2012): The role of UV-B radiation in the invasion of Hieracium pilosella – A comparison of German and New Zealand plants. Environmental and Experimental Botany, 75, 173-180.

Konferenzbeiträge

Hock M., Hofmann R.W., Müller C., Erfmeier A. (2017) Evidence for local adaptation of exotic species to elevated UV-B in New Zealand. 30th Conference of the Plant Population Biology Section of the Ecological Society of Germany, Austria and Switzerland; 18/05/2017 - 20/05/2017; Halle, Germany, 2017. Talk

Hock M., Hofmann R.W., Bruelheide H., Erfmeier A. (2016) Evidence of local adaptation to high UV-B levels in the invaded range? – A multi-species approach with native and exotic origins of introduced species in New Zealand. NEOBIOTA 2016 – 9th Conference on Biological Invasions; 14/09/2016 – 17/09/2016; Vianden, Luxembourg, 2016. Poster

Hock M., Hofmann R.W., Bruelheide H., Erfmeier A. (2016) Invasion success of exotic plant species - Global distribution data and reciprocal common garden experiments. 46th Annual Meeting of the Ecological Society of Germany, Austria and Switzerland; 05/09/2016 - 09/09/2016; Marburg, Germany, 2016. Talk

Hock M., Hofmann R., Erfmeier A. (2015) Effects of ultraviolet radiation on exotic plant species in New Zealand – an experimental approach. 45th Annual Meeting of the Ecological Society of Germany, Austria and Switzerland; 31/08/2015 - 04/09/2015; Göttingen, Germany, 2015. Poster

Hock M., Plos C., Sporbert M., Erfmeier A. (2014) UV-B radiation and drought – Combined stress effects on native and exotic origins of Verbascum thapsus L. 44th Annual Meeting of the Ecological Society of Germany, Austria and Switzerland; 08/09/2014 - 12/09/2014; Hildesheim, Germany, 2014. Poster

Hock M., Beckmann M., Hofmann R., Bruelheide H., Erfmeier A. (2012) Is UV-B adaptability an indicator for invasive potential? 42nd Annual Meeting of the Ecological Society of Germany, Austria and Switzerland; 10/09/2012 - 14/09/2012; Lüneburg, Germany, 2012. Poster

Beckmann M., Hock M., Hofmann R., Dieskau J., Bruelheide H., Erfmeier A. (2012) UV-B radiation and plant invasions – two interacting aspects of global change. NEOBIOTA 2012 – 7th Conference on Biological Invasions; 12/09/2012 – 14/09/2012; Pontevedra, Spain, 2012. Talk

Beckmann M., Hock M., Erfmeier A., Bruelheide H. (2010) Is there evidence for better UV-adaptation in New Zealand populations of an invasive plant? NEOBIOTA 2010 – 6th Conference on Biological Invasions; 14/09/2010 – 17/09/2010; Copenhagen, Denmark, 2010. Poster