Katrin Kleemann is a doctoral candidate at the Rachel Carson Center / LMU Munich in Germany, she studies environmental history and geology. Her doctoral project investigates the Icelandic Laki fissure eruption of 1783 and its impacts on the northern hemisphere. She holds a master’s degree in early modern history and a bachelor’s degree in history and cultural anthropology. Katrin works at the Environment & Society Portal, where she coordinates the Virtual Exhibitions and serves as the managing editor of the born-digital journal Arcadia. She also is the social media editor for the Climate History Network and HistoricalClimatology.com.