Anthropogenic activities in the oceans increasingly affect the marine environment as well as a rising number of people throughout the world. Different disciplines of humanities and social sciences reflect on the societal developments responding to these influences.
PhD students in research theme D have a background in law, sociology, economics, and political sciences and focus on topics like:
- marine environmental law and policy,
- fisheries and offshore resource management,
- economic developments in regional seas,
- poverty alleviation in coastal communities.
PhD students in research theme D
|PhD student||PhD project||Supervisor|
|Rebecca Borges e Silva||The influence of ecosystem service based spatial planning on the social-environmental governability in the Babitonga Bay, Santa Catarina, Southern Brazil||Prof. Dr. Matthias Wolff|
|Britta Hamann||Interdisciplinary knowledge practices in marine research||Prof. Dr. Michi Knecht|
|Luise Britta Heinrich||Assessing the potential synergistic effects of deep-sea mining and a comparison to onshore mining: Sourcing nickel from deep-sea manganese nodules as a case study||Prof. Dr. Andrea Koschinsky|
|Eric Tamatey Lawer||Transnational Collaborations for the greening of Ports in Germany and West Africa||Prof. Dr. Michael Flitner|
|Pedro Pablo Silva Sanchez||International Law of the Sea – Contemporary Issues||Dr. Till Markus|
|Roger Spranz||Environmental Awareness and Coastal Management||Prof. Dr. Achim Schlüter|