Person

Dr. rer. nat.

Veit Christian Nottebaum

Veit Christian Nottebaum
Lehrstuhl für Physische Geographie und Geoökologie

Address

Building: Seminargebäude

Room: SG 407

Templergraben 55

52056 Aachen

Contact

workPhone
Phone: +49 241 80 96049

Office Hours

by appointment
 

Research Interests

  • Research fields
    • Geomorphology and sedimentology of arid regions
    • Palaeoclimatology
    • Environmental impacts of mining regions
  • Regional focus
    • Central Asia (China, Mongolia)

Memberships

  • Deutscher Arbeitskreis für Geomorphologie

Vita

  • Born: 1983 in Haan/Westf.
  • Studies: Geography, Economic Geography, Geology (Magister artium), RWTH Aachen, 2004-2010
  • Student Assistant Phys. Geography and Geoecology, 2007-2010
  • Graduation: M.A. Juli 2010
  • Internship at the Australian Nuclear Science & Technology Organisation (ANSTO), 03/2008 – 05/2008
  • Internship at Nanjing University 03/2013 – 05/2013
  • PhD: „The aeolian sedimentary system along the transition between the Qilian Shan and northern Chinese drylands during the late Quaternary” Aachen, 2016.
  • Project Manager „German Mongolian Institute of Resources and Technology“ (GMIT), Degree programm coordination „Environmental Engineering, funded by the German Academic Exchange Agency (DAAD), 11/2014 - today
  • PostDoc Q-TiP-Project „The Influence of Tipping Points on Landscape Systems“ in the program CAME II (funded by the German Ministry of Education and Research, BMBF), 10/2016 – today

Vita

  • Friedrich-Wilhelm Award 2017 from RWTH Aachen University for outstanding PhD theses
 

Current Projects

 

 

Concluded Projects

 

Journal Articles

Source Author(s)
[Journal Article]
Aspects of late Quaternary geomorphological development in the Khangai Mountains and the Gobi Altai Mountains (Mongolia)
In: Geomorphology : an international journal on pure and applied geomorphology, 312, 24-39, 2018
[DOI: 10.1016/j.geomorph.2018.03.029]
Lehmkuhl, Frank
Nottebaum, Veit Christian
Hülle, Daniela
[Journal Article]
Landscape and climate on the northern Tibetan Plateau during the late Quaternary
In: Geomorphology, 286, 78-92, 2017
[DOI: 10.1016/j.geomorph.2017.03.008]
Stauch, Georg
Schulte, Philipp
Ramisch, A.
Hartmann, K.
Hülle, D.
Lockot, G.
Diekmann, B.
Nottebaum, Veit Christian
Müller, Carolina
Wünnemann, B.
Yan, Dada
Lehmkuhl, Frank
[Journal Article]
Implications of (reworked) aeolian sediments and paleosols for Holocene environmental change in Western Mongolia
In: Geomorphology, 292, 59-71, 2017
[DOI: 10.1016/j.geomorph.2017.04.027]
Klinge, Michael
Lehmkuhl, Frank
Schulte, Philipp
Hülle, Daniela
Nottebaum, Veit Christian
[Journal Article]
Geochemical imprints of coupled paleoenvironmental and provenance change in the lacustrine sequence of Orog Nuur, Gobi Desert of Mongolia
In: Journal of paleolimnology, 58 (4), 511-532, 2017
[DOI: 10.1007/s10933-017-0007-7]
Yu, Kaifeng
Lehmkuhl, Frank
Diekmann, Bernhard
Zeeden, Christian Johannes
Nottebaum, Veit Christian
Stauch, Georg
[Journal Article]
Discriminating sediment archives and sedimentary processes in the arid endorheic Ejina Basin, NW China using a robust geochemical approach
In: Journal of Asian earth sciences, 119, 128-144, 2016
[DOI: 10.1016/j.jseaes.2016.01.016]
Yu, Kaifeng
Hartmann, Kai
Nottebaum, Veit Christian
Stauch, Georg
Lu, Huayu
Zeeden, Christian Johannes
Yi, Shuangwen
Wünnemann, Bernd
Lehmkuhl, Frank
[Journal Article]
Late Pleistocene and Holocene loess sedimentation in central and western Qilian Shan (China) revealed by OSL dating
In: Quaternary international, 372, 120-129, 2015
[DOI: 10.1016/j.quaint.2014.12.054]
Zhang, Jingran
Nottebaum, Veit
Tsukamoto, Sumiko
Lehmkuhl, Frank
Frechen, Manfred
[Journal Article]
Unmixed loess grain size populations along the northern Qilian Shan (China): Relationships between geomorphologic, sedimentologic and climatic controls
In: Quaternary international, 372, 151-166, 2015
[DOI: 10.1016/j.quaint.2014.12.071]
Nottebaum, Veit
Stauch, Georg
Hartmann, Kai
Zhang, Jingran
Lehmkuhl, Frank
[Journal Article]
Late Quaternary aeolian sand deposition sustained by fluvial reworking and sediment supply in the Hexi Corridor : An example from northern Chinese drylands
In: Geomorphology, 250, 113-127, 2015
[DOI: 10.1016/j.geomorph.2015.08.014]
Nottebaum, Veit
Lehmkuhl, Frank
Stauch, Georg
Lu, Huayu
Yi, Shuangwen
[Contribution to a conference proceedings, Journal Article]
De plateau and its implications for post-IR IRSL dating of polymineral fine grains
In: Quaternary geochronology, 30 (Part B), 147-153, 2015
[DOI: 10.1016/j.quageo.2015.02.003]
Zhang, Jingran
Tsukamoto, Sumiko
Nottebaum, Veit
Lehmkuhl, Frank
Frechen, Manfred
[Journal Article]
Surface exposure dating reveals MIS-3 glacial maximum in the Khangai Mountains of Mongolia
In: Quaternary research : QR, 82 (2), 297-308, 2014
[DOI: 10.1016/j.yqres.2014.04.006]
Rother, Henrik
Lehmkuhl, Frank
Fink, David
Nottebaum, Veit
[Journal Article]
Regional grain size variations in aeolian sediments along the transition between Tibetan highlands and north-western Chinese deserts : the influence of geomorphological settings on aeolian transport pathways
In: Earth surface processes and landforms, 39 (14), 1960-1978, 2014
[DOI: 10.1002/esp.3590]
Nottebaum, Veit
Lehmkuhl, Frank
Stauch, Georg
Hartmann, Kai
Wünnemann, Bernd
Schimpf, Stefan
Lu, Huayu
 

Abstracts

Source Author(s)
[Abstract]
Quaternary tipping points in the sedimentological system of the Orog Nuur catchment (S-Mongolia) - First results
In: 4th Central European Geomorphology Conference Bayreuth 2017-10-09 - 2017-10-13, 2017
Nottebaum, Veit Christian
Lehmkuhl, Frank
Stauch, Georg
[Abstract, Contribution to a book, Contribution to a conference proceedings]
Major and trace elements documented paleoenvironmental and provenance signatures as inferred from the lacustrine sequence of Orog Nuur, southern Mongolia
In: [EGU General Assembly 2016, EGU2016, 17.04.2016-22.04.2016, Vienna, Austria], 2016
Yu, Kaifeng
Lehmkuhl, Frank
Diekmann, Bernhard
Nottebaum, Veit Christian
Stauch, Georg
[Abstract, Contribution to a book, Contribution to a conference proceedings]
Lake sediments documented late Quaternary humid pulses in the Gobi Desert of southern Mongolia: Vegetation, hydrologic and paleoglaciation inferences
In: [EGU General Assembly 2016, EGU2016, 17.04.2016-22.04.2016, Vienna, Austria], 2016
Yu, Kaifeng
Lehmkuhl, Frank
Schlütz, Frank
Diekmann, Bernhard
Mischke, Steffen
Grunert, Jörg
Murad, Waheed
Nottebaum, Veit Christian
Stauch, Georg
[Abstract, Contribution to a book, Contribution to a conference proceedings]
The aeolian sedimentary system in the northern Qilian Shan and Hexi Corridor (N-China) : geomorphologic, sedimentologic and climatic drivers
In: [EGU General Assembly 2015, 2015-04-12 - 2015-04-17, Vienna, Austria], 2015
Nottebaum, Veit Christian
Lehmkuhl, Frank
Stauch, Georg
[Abstract, Contribution to a conference proceedings]
The Hei River Basin in northwestern China : tectonics, sedimentary processes and pathways
In: 11th EGU General Assembly: General Assembly of the European Geosciences Union (EGU 2014); Vienna, Austria, 27 April – 02 May 2014, 2014
Rudersdorf, Andreas
Nottebaum, Veit
Schimpf, Stefan
Yu, Kaifeng
Hartmann, Kai
Stauch, Georg
Wünnemann, Bernd
Reicherter, Klaus Rudolf
Diekmann, Bernhard
Lehmkuhl, Frank
 

Others

Source Author(s)
[Journal Article]
Aspects of late Quaternary geomorphological development in the Khangai Mountains and the Gobi Altai Mountains (Mongolia)
In: Geomorphology : an international journal on pure and applied geomorphology, 312, 24-39, 2018
[DOI: 10.1016/j.geomorph.2018.03.029]
Lehmkuhl, Frank
Nottebaum, Veit Christian
Hülle, Daniela
[Journal Article]
Landscape and climate on the northern Tibetan Plateau during the late Quaternary
In: Geomorphology, 286, 78-92, 2017
[DOI: 10.1016/j.geomorph.2017.03.008]
Stauch, Georg
Schulte, Philipp
Ramisch, A.
Hartmann, K.
Hülle, D.
Lockot, G.
Diekmann, B.
Nottebaum, Veit Christian
Müller, Carolina
Wünnemann, B.
Yan, Dada
Lehmkuhl, Frank
[Journal Article]
Implications of (reworked) aeolian sediments and paleosols for Holocene environmental change in Western Mongolia
In: Geomorphology, 292, 59-71, 2017
[DOI: 10.1016/j.geomorph.2017.04.027]
Klinge, Michael
Lehmkuhl, Frank
Schulte, Philipp
Hülle, Daniela
Nottebaum, Veit Christian
[Journal Article]
Geochemical imprints of coupled paleoenvironmental and provenance change in the lacustrine sequence of Orog Nuur, Gobi Desert of Mongolia
In: Journal of paleolimnology, 58 (4), 511-532, 2017
[DOI: 10.1007/s10933-017-0007-7]
Yu, Kaifeng
Lehmkuhl, Frank
Diekmann, Bernhard
Zeeden, Christian Johannes
Nottebaum, Veit Christian
Stauch, Georg
[Dissertation / PhD Thesis]
The aeolian sedimentary system along the transition between the Qilian Shan and northern Chinese drylands during the late Quaternary, 2016
Nottebaum, Veit
[Journal Article]
Discriminating sediment archives and sedimentary processes in the arid endorheic Ejina Basin, NW China using a robust geochemical approach
In: Journal of Asian earth sciences, 119, 128-144, 2016
[DOI: 10.1016/j.jseaes.2016.01.016]
Yu, Kaifeng
Hartmann, Kai
Nottebaum, Veit Christian
Stauch, Georg
Lu, Huayu
Zeeden, Christian Johannes
Yi, Shuangwen
Wünnemann, Bernd
Lehmkuhl, Frank
[Journal Article]
Late Pleistocene and Holocene loess sedimentation in central and western Qilian Shan (China) revealed by OSL dating
In: Quaternary international, 372, 120-129, 2015
[DOI: 10.1016/j.quaint.2014.12.054]
Zhang, Jingran
Nottebaum, Veit
Tsukamoto, Sumiko
Lehmkuhl, Frank
Frechen, Manfred
[Journal Article]
Unmixed loess grain size populations along the northern Qilian Shan (China): Relationships between geomorphologic, sedimentologic and climatic controls
In: Quaternary international, 372, 151-166, 2015
[DOI: 10.1016/j.quaint.2014.12.071]
Nottebaum, Veit
Stauch, Georg
Hartmann, Kai
Zhang, Jingran
Lehmkuhl, Frank
[Journal Article]
Late Quaternary aeolian sand deposition sustained by fluvial reworking and sediment supply in the Hexi Corridor : An example from northern Chinese drylands
In: Geomorphology, 250, 113-127, 2015
[DOI: 10.1016/j.geomorph.2015.08.014]
Nottebaum, Veit
Lehmkuhl, Frank
Stauch, Georg
Lu, Huayu
Yi, Shuangwen
[Contribution to a conference proceedings, Journal Article]
De plateau and its implications for post-IR IRSL dating of polymineral fine grains
In: Quaternary geochronology, 30 (Part B), 147-153, 2015
[DOI: 10.1016/j.quageo.2015.02.003]
Zhang, Jingran
Tsukamoto, Sumiko
Nottebaum, Veit
Lehmkuhl, Frank
Frechen, Manfred
[Contribution to a book, Contribution to a conference proceedings]
Rekonstruktion terrestrischer Sedimentkaskaden auf dem nordöstlichen Tibet Plateau
In: Exkursionsführer zum Deutschen Kongress für Geographie 2015 in Berlin : "Stadt Land Schaf(f)t - Land Schaf(f)t Stadt" : Herausforderungen von Mensch-Umwelt-Beziehungen im 21. Jahrhundert / herausgegeben von Mohsen Makki und Reinhard Kleßen; im Auftrag des Ortsausschusses des 59. Deutschen Kongresses für Geographie und der Deutschen Gesellschaft für Geographie, 2015
Stauch, Georg
Schulte, Philipp
Nottebaum, Veit Christian
Lehmkuhl, Frank
[Journal Article]
Surface exposure dating reveals MIS-3 glacial maximum in the Khangai Mountains of Mongolia
In: Quaternary research : QR, 82 (2), 297-308, 2014
[DOI: 10.1016/j.yqres.2014.04.006]
Rother, Henrik
Lehmkuhl, Frank
Fink, David
Nottebaum, Veit
[Journal Article]
Regional grain size variations in aeolian sediments along the transition between Tibetan highlands and north-western Chinese deserts : the influence of geomorphological settings on aeolian transport pathways
In: Earth surface processes and landforms, 39 (14), 1960-1978, 2014
[DOI: 10.1002/esp.3590]
Nottebaum, Veit
Lehmkuhl, Frank
Stauch, Georg
Hartmann, Kai
Wünnemann, Bernd
Schimpf, Stefan
Lu, Huayu
[Contribution to a conference proceedings]
Aeolian transport pathways along the transition from Tibetan highlands towards northwestern Chinese deserts
In: [EGU General Assembly 2014, EGU 2014, 2014-04-27 - 2014-05-02, Vienna, Austria], 2014
Nottebaum, Veit Christian
Lehmkuhl, Frank
Stauch, Georg