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Emmanuel Okuma

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Marine Sedimentologie

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+49 421 218-00000

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MARUM II 3150

Emmanuel Okuma

Research Project

As part of the 3rd Cohort of the ArcTrain, I will be working in the framework of project HB-08: Impacts of ocean-ice interactions on the Holocene sedimentary system in the western Baffin Bay , under the supervision of Prof. Dr. Dierk Hebbeln (working group Marine Sedimentology ). I will focus on investigating the impact of the changing Baffin Bay paleoceanography and freshwater-ice influx through the connectivity to the Arctic Ocean and the retreating surrounding ice sheets on the Holocene sedimentation in the western Baffin Bay, using a series of sedimentological, geochemical, stratigraphical and micropaleontological methods on recently obtained sediment cores.

CV

2019 ArcTrain-PhD Candidate, MARUM, Bremen
2015 - 2019 

M.Sc. Marine Geosciences, University of Bremen                                          

Thesis title: "Signatures of microbially mediated geochemical processes in sediments from the Atacama Trench"

2007 - 2011

B.Sc. Geology, Delta State University, Nigeria

Thesis title: "Application of palynomorphs, from ditch cuttings samples from Niger Delta Nigeria, for provenance, paleoenvironmental, and paleoclimatic reconstruction"

Cruises

10/2016 RV Alkor AL486 Sassnitz - Bornholm
03/2018 RV Sonne SO261 San Antonio - Guayaquil