Katrin Kleemann is a doctoral candidate at the Rachel Carson Center / LMU Munich in Germany, where she studies environmental history and geology. Her doctoral project titled “A Mist Connection” 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 receives a fellowship from the Andrea von Braun Foundation, which supports interdisciplinary research. She also is the social media editor for the Climate History Network and HistoricalClimatology.com.