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Graduates 2017

 

Samir Al Jbour

 

Thesis:

Supervisor: Prof. Dr. Martin Zimmer

Natalie Höppner

 

Thesis: Reconstructing the impact of environmental changes on the river sediment dynamics of the Amazon River and Río de la Plata drainage basins with radiogenic isotopes

Supervisor: Prof. Dr. Simone Kasemann

Deborah Tangunan

 

Thesis: Late Neogene to Quaternary paleoproductivity of the western Indian Ocean and the eastern South Atlantic from coccolithophore assemblage and coccolith geochemistry

Supervisor: Prof. Dr. Rüdiger Henrich

Rebecca Jackson

 

Thesis: History of ice sheets surrounding Baffin Bay and its link with oceanic conditions since MIS3

Supervisor: Prof. Dr. Michal Kucera

Markus Loher

Markus Loher

 

Thesis: Mud volcanism and fluid seepage at Venere mud volcano in the Calabrian Accretionary Prism (Central Mediterranean)

Supervisor: Prof. Dr. Gerhard Bohrmann

Julia Haberkern

 

Thesis: Contouritic depositional systems influenced by complex seafloor topography - Late Cenozoic seismoacoustic reconstructions from the Galicia and Angola Continental Margins

Supervisor: Prof. Dr. Volkhard Spieß

Grit Warratz

Grit Warratz

 

Thesis: Southwest Atlantic intermediate and deep water circulation: 20,000 years of water mass re-organization and current strength variability

Supervisor: Prof. Dr. Rüdiger Henrich

Lennart van Maldegem

Lennart van Maldegem

 

Thesis: Molecular and isotopic signatures of life surrounding the Neoproterozoic Snowball Earth events

Supervisor: Dr. Christian Hallmann

Simon Jungblut

Simon Jungblut

 

Thesis: Ecology and ecophysiology of invasive and native decapod crabs in the southern North Sea

Supervisor: Prof. Dr. Wilhelm Hagen

Thomas Lorscheid

Thomas Lorscheid

 

Thesis: MIS 5e relative sea level indicators: new methodologies to sustain the quantitative estimate of past sea level changes

Supervisor: Dr. Alessio Rovere

First job after graduation: Postdoc at MARUM, University of Bremen, Germany

Martin Bartels

Martin Bartels

 

Thesis: Atlantic Water advection and glacier responses at the margins of Svalbard since the deglaciation

Supervisor: Prof. Dr. Dierk Hebbeln

First job after graduation: Postdoc at MARUM, University of Bremen, Germany

William Brocas

Will Brocas

 

Thesis: A coral perspective on last interglacial tropical Atlantic temperature and hydroclimate variability

Supervisor: Prof. Dr. Dr.hc. Gerold Wefer

Holger Kühnhold

Holger Kühnhold

 

Thesis: Temperature tolerance of the sea cucumber Holothuria scabra, Towards a systematic understanding of multi-level temperature effects

Supervisor: Prof. Dr. Matthias Wolff

Katja Hockun

Katja Hockun

 

Thesis: Southern Patagonian climate during the last 51.000 years - Insights from lipid biomarkers and their isotopes

Supervisor: Prof. Dr. Gesine Mollenhauer

Lalita Putchim

Lalita Putchim

 

Thesis: Coral bleaching and recovery in the Thai Andaman Sea

Supervisor: Prof. Dr. Claudio Richter

Job before and after graduation: Researcher at Phuket Marine Biological Center, Thailand

Vasco Müller

Vasco Müller

 

Thesis: Temperature and Freshwater Fluxes by Individual Eddies in the North Atlantic Ocean

Supervisor: Dr. Dagmar Kieke

 

Valeriia Kirillova

Valeriia Kirillova

 

Thesis: Radiogenic isotopes on marine sediments from the Baffin Bay: Implications for the sediment supply during the last deglaciation

Supervisor: Prof. Dr. Simone Kasemann

 

Frederike Wilckens

Frederike Wilckens

 

Thesis: Isotopic signatures in hydrothermal vent fluids and the oceanic crust - tracing of sub-seafloor magmatic and hydrothermal processes

Supervisor: Prof. Dr. Simone Kasemann

First job after graduation: Postdoc at MARUM, University of Bremen, Germany

Maximilian Vahlenkamp

Maximilian Vahlenkamp

 

Thesis: Middle Eocene Paleoceanography and Astrochronology in the Western North Atlantic

Supervisor: Prof. Dr. Heiko Pälike

First job after graduation: Postdoc at MARUM, University of Bremen, Germany

Tilia Breckenfelder

Tilia Breckenfelder

 

Thesis: North Atlantic Current in model and observations: Transport variability, flow paths and hydrography

Supervisor: Prof. Dr. Monika Rhein

 

Igor Martins Venancio Padilha de Oliveira

Igor Venancio



Thesis: Planktonic foraminifera as signal carriers in paleoceanography: from modern biology to proxy application in the western South Atlantic

Supervisor: Prof. Dr. Michael Schulz

First job after graduation:
Re­searcher at In­sti­tuto Nacional de Pesquisas Es­pa­ci­ais (INPE), Brazil

 

Linn Kristin Sanguineti

Linn Kristin Sanguineti

 

Thesis: Labrador Sea Water exported through Flemish Pass: Hydrographic trends and transport variability inducing processes

Supervisor: Dr. Dagmar Kieke

 

Amanda Ford

Amanda Ford

 

Thesis: Influences of Pacific Island human communities on benthic coral reef functioning and resilience

Supervisor: Prof. Dr. Christian Wild

First job after graduation:
Postdoc at Leibniz Centre for Tropical Marine Ecology (ZMT), Bremen, Germany

 

Lélia Matos Branco

Lélia Matos Branco

 

Thesis: Temporal distribution of cold-water corals in the northwest Atlantic through the Late Quaternary: footprint of intermediate water mass circulation

Supervisor: Prof. Dr. Dierk Hebbeln

Asli Özmaral

Asli Özmaral

 

Thesis: Climatically controlled sedimentary processes on continental shelves

Supervisor: Prof. Dr. Volkhard Spieß

 

Nina Khuchua

Nina Khuchua

 

Thesis: Environmental protection by the Black Sea Commission. Organisation and performance in comparison with the Baltic Marine Environment Protection Commission (HELCOM)

Supervisor: Prof. Dr. Gerd Winter

First job after graduation:
Environmental Policy Expert at InterSus – Sustainability Services, Berlin, Germany

Nicole Herrmann

Nicole Herrmann

 

Thesis: Holocene climate variability and its feedbacks to hydrology and vegetation dynamics in South Africa: Insights from compound-specific stable carbon (δ13C) and hydrogen (δD) isotopes

Supervisor: PD Dr. Mathias Zabel

First job after graduation:
Postdoc at University of Hamburg, Germany

Xueqin Zhao

Xueqin Zhao

 

Thesis: Palynological investigation of Holocene climatic and oceanic variability in South Africa and the southern Benguela upwelling system

Supervisor: Prof. Dr. Dr.h.c. Gerold Wefer

First job after graduation:
Postdoc at MARUM - Center for Marine Envrionmental Sciences, University of Bremen, Germany

Carmen Friese

Carmen Friese

 

Thesis: Modern Saharan dust collected onshore and offshore the northwest African margin: sources, transport and deposition

Supervisor: Prof. Dr. Dierk Hebbeln

Peter Müller

Peter Müller

 

Thesis: Impact of environmental conditions on geochemical proxies in tropical marine calcifiers

Supervisor: Prof. Dr. Hildegard Westphal

First job after graduation:
Project manager at European Federation of Geologists (EFG), Brussles, Belgium

Georg Sebastian Völker

Georg Sebastian Völker

Thesis: Process Studies on the Generation of Near- Inertial Internal Gravity Waves by Wind

Supervisor: Dr. Maren Walter

Christoph Häggi

Christoph Häggi

Thesis: Using Lipid Biomarkers and their Isotopic Composition to reconstruct the Late Pleistocene Paleoclimate of the Amazon Basin

Supervisor: Prof. Dr. Michael Schulz

Sara Miñarro Villanueva

Sara Minarro
Thesis: Modelling coral reefs to support their local management: A case study in the Spermonde Archipelago, Indonesia

Supervisor: Prof. Dr. Hauke Reuter

First job after graduation:
Postdoc at Universitat de Barcelona, Spain

Graduates 2016

 

Benjamin Baasch

Benjamin Baasch

Thesis: Electromagnetic imaging of the marine subsurface: A novel approach to assess sediment patterns and dynamics on clastic shelf systems

Supervisor: Prof. Dr. Thilo von Dobeneck

First job after graduation:
Seismic image processing at Petroleum Geo-Services (PGS), Surrey, UK

Andreas Türke

Andreas Türke

Thesis: Alteration of oceanic crust and its implications for microbial life

Supervisor: Prof. Dr. Wolfgang Bach

First job after graduation:
Postdoc at University of Bremen, Germany

Cornelia Kwiatkowski

Conny Kwiatkowski

Thesis: Rainfall variability over the Maritime Continent during the late Holocene

Supervisor: Prof. Dr. Dierk Hebbeln

First job after graduation:
Placement officer at the job center in Verden, Germany

Claudia Pogoreutz

Claudia Pogoreutz

Thesis: Coral Holobiont Functioning Under Global Environmental Change

Supervisor: Prof. Dr. Christian Wild

First jobs after graduation:
1. Postdoc at Leibniz Center for Tropical Marine Ecology, ZMT
2. Postdoc at King Abdulla University of Science and Technology, KAUST, Saudi Arabia

Yancheng Zhang

Yancheng Zhang

Thesis: Impact of millennial-scale Atlantic meridional overturning circulation (AMOC) changes on tropical South American precipitation during the last glacial period

Supervisor: Prof. Dr. Gerold Wefer

First job after graduation:
Postdoc at the University of Hongkong, Hongkong

Rima Rachmayani

Rima Rachmayani

Thesis: Interglacial climate variability during MIS 15 to Holocene: Insight from coupled climate modeling

Supervisor: Prof. Dr. Michael Schulz

Lena Steinmann

Lena Steinmann

Thesis: Reconstruction of volcano-tectonic processes in interplay with sedimentary deposition in the Gulf of Naples (Italy) using a seismoacoustic dataset

Supervisor: Prof. Dr. Volkhard Spieß

Astrid Contreras Rosales

Astrid Contreras

Thesis: Late Quaternary Asian Monsoon variability as recorded in marine archives from the Northern Bay of Bengal and the Northern South China Sea

Supervisor: PD Dr. Tim Jennerjahn

Charlotte Kleint

Charlotte Kleint

Thesis: The speciation and organic complexation of Iron (Fe) and Copper (Cu) in different marine hydrothermal vent systems

Supervisor: Prof. Dr. Andrea Koschinsky

First job after graduation:
Postdoc at Jacobs University Bremen

Francesca Vallé

Francesca Vallé

Thesis: A combination of palynology and geochemical proxies to investigate Pliocene environmental and climate changes in tropical West Africa and east equatorial Atlantic

Supervisor: Prof. Dr. Dr. hc. Gerold Wefer

Claudia Färber

Claudia Färber

Thesis: Integrating short- and long-term bioerosion processes in the Eastern Mediterranean Sea

Supervisor: Prof. Dr. André Freiwald

Vera Meyer

Vera Meyer

Thesis: Evolution of temperature and mobilization of terrestrial organic matter in the subarctic Northwest Pacific and adjacent Beringia since the Last Glacial Maximum

Supervisor: Prof. Dr. Gesine Mollenhauer

First job after graduation: 
Postdoc at Alfred Wegener Institute (AWI), Bremerhaven, Germany

Gabriela Weber de Morais

Gabriela Weber de Morais

Thesis: Governance of Marine Protected Areas in Costa Rica: stability and change of institutions

Supervisor: Prof. Dr. Achim Schlüter

First job after graduation: 
Project manager at Finance in Motion, Frankfurt, Germany

Christian Hansen

Christian Hansen

Thesis: Experimental studies on geochemical cycling and mineralogical modifications during alteration of ultramafic lithologies in hydrothermal systems

Supervisor: Prof. Dr. Wolfgang Bach

First job after graduation: 
Postdoc at ICBM, University of Oldenburg, Germany

Maya Bode

Maya Bode

Thesis: Pelagic Biodiversity and Ecophysiology of copepods in the eastern Atlantic Ocean - latitudinal and bathymetric aspects

Supervisor: Prof. Dr. Wilhelm Hagen

Wenwen Chen

Wenwen Chen

Thesis: Temperature reconstructions for the eastern Indian Ocean based on organic-geochemical proxies (UK’37 and TEX86 )

Supervisor: Prof. Dr. Gesine Mollenhauer

Gonzalo Vicente Gomez‐Saez

Gonzalo Gomez

Thesis: Marine shallow hydrothermal systems: imprint of their exclusive biogeochemistry on dissolved organic matter and chemosynthesis

Supervisor: Dr. Solveig Bühring

First jobs after graduation: 
2. Postdoc at ICBM, University of Oldenburg, Germany
1. Postdoc at MARUM, University of Bremen, Germany
 

Graduates 2015

 

Martin Lukas

Martin Lukas

Thesis: Reconstructing contested landscapes. Dynamics, drivers and political framings of land use and land cover change, watershed transformations and coastal sedimentation in Java, Indonesia

Supervisor: Prof. Dr. Michael Flitner

First job after graduation: 
Research Associate at MARUM, University of Bremen, Germany

Jan Schröder

Jan Schröder

Thesis: Intact polar lipids in marine sediments: improving analytical protocols and assessing planktonic and benthic sources

Supervisor: Prof. Dr. Kai-Uwe Hinrichs

First job after graduation: 
Quality Manager at Hyga GmbH Mülheim, Germany

Friedrich Meyer

Fritz Meyer

Thesis: The physiology of coral reef calcifiers under local and global stressors

Supervisor: Prof. Dr. Christian Wild

Denise Müller

Denise Müller

Thesis: Water-atmosphere greenhouse gas exchange measurements using FTIR spectrometry

Supervisor: Prof. Dr. Hildegard Westphal

First job after graduation: 
Postdoc at Institute for Environmental Physics (IUP), University of Bremen, Germany

Ines Stuhldreier

Ines Stuhldreier

Thesis: Coral reef functioning in a highly variable environment - Effects of upwelling on Pacific coral reefs of Costa Rica

Supervisor: Prof. Dr. Christian Wild

Laura Rix

Laura Rix

Thesis: Carbon and nitrogen cycling by Red Sea coral reef sponges

Supervisor: Prof. Dr. Christian Wild

First job after graduation: 
Postdoc at Leibniz Center for Tropical Marine Ecology (ZMT), Bremen, Germany

Riza Setiawan

Riza Setiawan

Thesis: The role of the Sunda Strait in the glacial to Holocene development of the eastern tropical Indian Ocean hydrography

Supervisor: Prof. Dr. Dierk Hebbeln

First job after graduation: 
Lecturer at Gadjah Mada University, Jogjakarta, Indonesia

Kevin Becker

Kevin Becker

Thesis: Biogeochemical significance and biomarker potential of novel glycerolipids and respiratory quinones in the marine environment

Supervisor: Prof. Dr. Kai-Uwe Hinrichs

First job after graduation: 
Postdoc at Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution (WHOI), Woods Hole, Massachusetts, USA

Thomas Mann

Thomas Mann

Thesis: Reef island dynamics on recent-past and geological timescales - New insights from the Indo-Pacific region

Supervisor: Prof. Dr. Hildegard Westphal

First job after graduation: 
Postdoc at Leibniz Center for Tropical Marine Ecology (ZMT), Bremen, Germany

Nanne van Hoytema

Nanne van Hoytema

Thesis: The importance of carbon dioxide and dinitrogen fixation for seasonal coral reef metabolism: from organism to ecosystem functioning

Supervisor: Prof. Dr. Christian Wild

First job after graduation: 
2. Scientific Programme Coordinator at By The Ocean We Unite, Brussels, Belgium
1. Compliance Investigator at KBC Asset Management, Brussels, Belgium

Philipp Gorris

Philipp Gorris

Thesis: Entangled? Linking governance systems for regional-scale coral reef management: Analysis of case studies in Brazil and Indonesia

Supervisor: PD Dr. Marion Glaser

First job after graduation: 
Postdoc at Institut für Umweltsystemforschung (IUSF), University of Osnabrück, Germany

Ferdinand Oberle

Ferdinand Oberle

 

Thesis: Quantifying the long-term anthropogenic and natural effects of sediment resuspension on the NW Iberian shelf

Supervisor: PD Dr. Till Hanebuth

First job after graduation:
Mendehall Postdoc at the US Geological Survey, Santa Cruz, CA, USA

Rony Küchler

Rony Küchler

 

Thesis: A revised orbital forcing concept of West African climate and vegetation variability during the Pliocene and the Last Glacial cycle: Molecular isotopic approach and proxy calibration

Supervisor: Prof. Dr. Dr. hc. Gerold Wefer

Maryam Shahraki

Maryam Shahraki

Thesis: Fish Community Structure and Food Web Dynamics in Low Rainfall Mangrove and Non-mangrove Ecosystems (Persian Gulf)

Supervisor: Prof. Dr. Ulrich Saint-Paul

First job after graduation:
Postdoc at Alfred Wegener Institute (AWI), Bremerhaven, Germany

Gaëlle Quéré

Gaëlle Quéré

Thesis: Ecology of disease affecting crustose coralline algae

Supervisor: Prof. Dr. Kai Bischof

First job after graduation:
Scientific diver at Khaled bin Sultan Living Oceans Foundation, Saudi Arabia

Gopika Suresh

Gopika Suresh

Thesis: Offshore oil seepage visible from space: A Synthetic Aperture Radar (SAR) based automatic detection, mapping and quantification system

Supervisor: Prof. Dr. Gerhard Bohrmann

First job after graduation:
SAR Specialist at Federal Agency for Cartography and Geodesy, Frankfurt, Germany

Daniella Schaumlöffel

Daniella Schaumlöffel

Thesis: Vulnerability and marine resource dependence in coastal and marine social-ecological systems

Supervisor: Prof. Dr. Matthias Wolff

Christiane Schmidt

Christiane Schmidt

Thesis: Global Change Stress on symbiont-bearing benthic foraminifera

Supervisor: Prof. Dr. Michal Kucera

First jobs after graduation: 
2. Postdoc at MARUM, University of Bremen, Germany
1. Postdoc at University of the Ryukyus, Okinawa, Japan

Ulisse Cardini

Ulisse Cardini

Thesis: Dinitrogen fixation in coral reef ecosystems facing climate change

Supervisor: Prof. Dr. Christian Wild

First jobs after graduation: 
2. Postdoc at Division of Microbial Ecology, University of Vienna, Austria
1. Postdoc at Leibniz Center for Tropical Marine Ecology (ZMT), Bremen, Germany

Vanessa Bednarz

Vanessa Bednarz

Thesis: Benthic dinitrogen fixation in a Northern Red Sea coral reef under seasonally changing environmental conditions

Supervisor: Prof. Dr. Christian Wild

First job after graduation: 
Postdoc at Centre Scientifique de Monaco, Monaco
 

Graduates 2014

 

Xiting Liu

Xiting Liu

Thesis: Sediment Dynamics off the East African Continental Margin during the Last Deglaciation and the Holocene: Constrained by Changes in Climate and Sea-level

Supervisor: Prof. Dr. Rüdiger Henrich

First job after graduation: 
Chinese Academy of Sciences, Beijing, China

Nina Maier

Nina Maier

Thesis: The contested regulation of the European Seas -Analyzing the EU Marine Strategy Framework Directive

Supervisor: Prof. Dr. Winfried Osthorst

First job after graduation: 
Project Manager at Particip GmbH, Freiburg, Germany

Hannah Brocke

Hannah Brocke

Thesis: Little Things Become Big - Drivers and impacts of benthic cyanobacterial mats in coral reefs

Supervisor: Prof. Dr. Kai Bischof

Guangchao Zhuang

Guangchao Zhuang

Thesis: Methylotrophic methanogenesis and potential methylated substrates in marine sediment

Supervisor: Prof. Dr. Kai-Uwe Hinrichs

First job after graduation: 
Postdoc at Department of Marine Sciences, University of Georgia, Athens, Georgia, USA

Maria Winterfeld

Maria Winterfeld

Thesis: Biomarker and carbon isotope constraints (d13C, ∆14C) on sources and cycling of particulate organic matter discharged by large Siberian rivers draining permafrost areas

Supervisor: Prof. Dr. Gesine Mollenhauer

First job after graduation: 
Postdoc at Alfred Wegener Institute (AWI), Bremerhaven, Germany

Sebastian Hammerschmidt

Sebastian Hammerschmidt

Thesis: Monitoring of Deep Fluids in the Nankai Subduction Complex, SE offshore Japan

Supervisor: Prof. Dr. Achim Kopf

First jobs after graduation: 
2. Project manager at Institut für Kalk- und Mörtelforschung e.V., Cologne, Germany
1. Exploration Geologist at British Petroleum (BP), London, UK

Jannis Kuhlmann

Jannis Kuhlmann

Thesis: Shelf architecture and submarine landsliding at Gela Basin (Strait of Sicily)

Supervisor: Prof. Dr. Katrin Huhn

First job after graduation: 
Postdoc at MARUM, University of Bremen, Germany

David Kaiser

David Kaiser

Thesis: Nutrient and organic matter dynamics in a macrotidal estuary impacted by human activities, the Nanliu Estuary, southern China

Supervisor: PD Dr. Tim Jennerjahn

First job after graduation: 
Postdoc at Leibniz Institute for Baltic Sea Research (IOW), Warnemünde, Germany
 

Graduates 2013

Achim Rößler
Enqing Huang
Mingming Li
Eva Kwoll
Zsuzsanna Tòth
Milena Arias-Schreiber
Kai Chu
Isabelle Schulz
Sebastian Hötzel
Stefan Wenau
Ines Voigt
Junhui Xing
Daniel Rincon-Martinez
Janna Köhler
Name of alumniTitle of thesisFirst affiliation(s) after graduation
56Stefan WenauSeismic and acoustic imaging of fluid seepage structures in different sedimentological
and tectonic settings in the Lower Congo Basin
University of Bremen
55Zsuzsanna TòthSeismo-acoustic investigations of shallow free gas in the sediments of the Baltic SeaUniversity of Bremen
54Janna KöhlerLong-term variability of internal waves and diapycnal mixing: The role of the North Atlantic Deep Western Boundary CurrentIUP, University of Bremen
53Sebastian HötzelVegetation development in West Africa of the biosphere shift during late Miocene to (early) PlioceneRobertson International Oil and Gas Consultants, Wales, UK
52Eva KwollBedforms, macroturbulence, and sediment transport at the fluid-bed interface1. MARUM
2. Simon Fraser University, Canada
51Daniel Rincon-MartinezEastern Pacific background state and tropical South American climate history during the last 3 million yearsEcopetrol S.A., Colombia
50Isabelle SchulzMechanisms determining species succession and dominance during an iron-induced phytoplankton bloom in the Southern Ocean (LOHAFEX)King Abdullah University of Science & Technology, Saudi Arabia
49Mingming LiDiapycnal mixing in the subpolar North AtlanticGuangdong Ocean University, China
48Junhui XingSeismoacoustic Study of the Shallow Gas Transport and Reservoirs in the Vicinity of Seabed Fluid Seepage of the Black Sea
47Kai ChuLong-term morphodynamic modeling of coastal evolution of the German BightInternational Marine and Dredging Consultants (IMDC), Antwerp, Belgium
46Enqing HuangAtlantic Meridional Overturning Circulation during the last glacial and deglacial: Inferences from the Atlantic tropical thermocline temperature and radiocarbon activityTongji University, Shanghai, China
45Ines VoigtOcean circulation variability in the western South Atlantic during the HoloceneMARUM
44Milena Arias-SchreiberInstitutions for Sustainable Fisheries Governance: The case of the Peruvian anchovy fisheryPeruvian National Council for Science & Technology
43Achim RößlerObserved subpolar gyre transports at the Mid-Atlantic RidgeIUP, University of Bremen
 

Graduates 2012

Xin Li
Wiebke Krämer
Benedict Preu
Luisa Palamenghi
Jan-Hendrik Körber
Lucia Herbeck
Arne Leider
Markus Brüning
Mahmud Islam
Hiske Fink
Matthias Kellermann
Judith Neumann
Marlene Wall
Name of alumniTitle of thesisFirst affiliation(s) after graduation
42Jan-Hendrik KörberRemote Sensing and GIS-based analysis of hydrocarbon seeps: Detection, mapping, and quantificationMARUM
41Marlene WallPatterns and controls of calcification in tropical reefs: from the coral skeletal microstructure to reef framework scaleGEOMAR Kiel
40Mohammad Mahmudul IslamPoverty in small-scale fishing communities in Bangladesh: Contexts and responsesWorldFish, Bangladesh
39Luisa PalamenghiTectonic and Sea Level Control on the Transport and Depositional Processes in a Siliciclastic Sedimentary Basin. Insights from the Ganges-Brahmaputra Delta, Bengal Basin, Bangladesh1. University of Bremen
2. Fraunhofer IWES
38Judith NeumannEffect of high CO2 and low pH on benthic communities of the deep sea1. MPI Bremen
2. Bundesumweltministerium
37Markus BrüningAcoustic and Visual Imaging of Active Seafloor Seepage in Various Deep-sea EnvironmentsPatzold, Köbke & Partner Engineers
36Benedict PreuHigh-resolution seismo-acoustic studies of alongslope and downslope sediment transport processes shaping depositional patterns at continental margins1. MARUM
2. Chevron
35Matthias KellermannLipid biomolecules reveal patterns of microbial metabolism in extreme environmentsUniversity of Santa Barbara, USA
34Arne LeiderLipid biomarker proxies: Calibration and application at the southern Italian shelf (Central Mediterranean)MPI for Biogeochemistry Jena
33Wiebke KrämerPhotoecophysiology of symbiotic zooxanthellae of hermatypic coralsUniversidad Nacional Autonoma de México
32Hiske FinkThe development of cold-water coral ecosystems in the Mediterranean SeaMARUM
31Lucia HerbeckEcological impact of land-derived anthropogenic nutrients and organic matter on tropical estuarine and coastal systems of Hainan, ChinaZMT Bremen
30Xin LiNumerical Simulation of Sediment Transport at the Agulhas Drift on the South African Gateway in relation to its Geodynamic DevelopmentBSH Hamburg
 

Graduates 2011

Yvonne Sawall
Nina Stark
Anna Fricke
Carolin Herborn
Ines Heßler
 
Cornelia Saukel
Claudia Propp
Cyril Giry
Qian Yu
Christina Bienhold
James Collins
Annika Förster
Bevis Fedder
Vidya Varma
Name of alumniTitle of thesisFirst affiliation(s) after graduation
29Vidya VarmaVariability of the Southern Hemisphere Westerly Winds during the Holocene: Insights from coupled climate modellingStockholm University
28Bevis FedderAccess and Benefit Sharing in the Marine Realm - Legal Regulation and Challenges to Justice, Effectiveness, and Research and Development1. INTERCOAST, University of Bremen
2. ZMT Bremen
27Annika FörsterGeotechnical characterisation of landslide slope-prone sediments and their impact on ecysystemsUniversity of Halle-Wittenberg
26James CollinsGlacial to Holocene Hydroclimate in Western Africa: Insights from Organic and Major-Element Geochemistry of Hemipelagic Atlantic Ocean Sediments1. MARUM
2. AWI Bremerhaven
25Christina BienholdDiversity and ecology of bacterial communities at the deep seafloorMPI Bremen
24Qian YuTide-induced coastal and estuarine suspended sediment transport and equilibrium morphology formationNanjing University
23Cyril GiryCoral-based reconstructions of southern Caribbean climate during the mid- to Late Holocene1. MARUM
2. Energie de la Lune, Bordeaux, France
22Claudia ProppSources and fate of particulate organic matter in the sediments of the Brantas estuary, Java, IndonesiaBSH Hamburg
21Cornelia SaukelTropical Southeast Pacific Continent-Ocean-Atmosphere Linkages since the Pliocene inferred from Eolian DustFUGRO OSAE GmbH Bremen
20Regine MollImpact of mangroves and an agriculture-dominated hinterland on the carbon and nutrient biogeochemistry in the Segara Anakan Lagoon, Java, Indonesia1. Alfred Wegener Institute, Helmholtz Center for Polar and Marine Research (AWI), Helgoland
2. International Office, University of Bremen
19Ines HeßlerOceanography, Climate and Vegetation development of tropical Africa during the last glacial: Palynology and geochemistry of marine sediments of ODP Site 1078 (off Angola)University of Göttingen
18Carolin HerbonSpatial and temporal variability in benthic food webs of the mangrove fringed Segara Anakan Lagoon in Java, Indonesia1. ZMT Bremen
2. freelancer
17Anna FrickeModulating effects of ultraviolet radiation on the succession on tropical macroalgal communities1. ZMT Bremen
2. Instituto Argentino de Oceanografía
3. German Center for Marine Biodiversity Research (DZMB)
4. ECOMERS, University of Nice-Antipolis
16Nina StarkGeotechnical Investigation of Sediment Remobilization Processes Using Dynamic Penetrometers1. MARUM
2. Virginia Tech, Blacksburg, VA, USA
15Yvonne SawallCoral resistance to natural and anthropogenic disturbancesIFM-Geomar
 

Graduates 2010

Stephanie Kusch
Luisa Cristini
Franciska Steinhoff
 
Markus Eisele
Li Wang
Friederike Ebersbach
 
 
Name of alumniTitle of thesisFirst affiliation(s) after graduation
14Friederike EbersbachFlux and modification of sinking particles: Three field studies in the Southern OceanAWI Bremerhaven
13Li WangTide Driven Dynamics of Subaqueous Fluid Mud Layers in Turbidity Maximum Zones of German EstuariesYangtze Estuary Waterway Administration Bureau, Ministry of Transport, China
12Markus EiseleThe long term development of cold water coral ecosystems in the NE-Atlantic and the Mediterranean Sea1. MARUM
2. Arlt GmbH (Geo-engineering consultancy)
11Katharina JantzenRegulatory Mechanisms in Fisheries: The contribution of Quota Management to sustainable fisheries in the North Atlantic in the period 1977-20071. Johann Heinrich von Thünen-Institut (vTI)
2. Helmholtz-Zentrum Geesthacht Zentrum für Material- und Küstenforschung GmbH
10Franciska SteinhoffPhlorotannins as UV protective substances in early developmental stages of brown algaeAWI Bremerhaven
9Luisa CristiniCenozoic Antarctic Glaciation: an Integrated climate-ice sheet model approach1. MPI Hamburg
2. University of Hawaii at Manoa
8Stephanie KuschTracing time in the ocean: Unraveling depositional and preservational timescales using compound-specific radiocarbon analysis of biomarkers from marine sedimentsMARUM
 

Graduates 2009

Feng Ding
Uwe Stöber
Frauke Schmidt
Eva Niedermeyer
Yu-Shih Lin
Florence Schubotz
Name of alumniTitle of thesisFirst affiliation(s) after graduation
7Stephan KlappNatural Gas Hydrates - from the Microstructure towards a Geological Understanding1. Shell International Exploration and Production B.V.
2. Springer Heidelberg
6Florence SchubotzMicrobial community characterization and carbon turnover in methane-rich marine environments - case studies in the Gulf of Mexico and the Black SeaMARUM
5Yu-Shih LinIn vitro study of microbial carbon cycling in subseafloor sediments1. MARUM
2. National Sun Yat-sen University
4Eva NiedermeyerNorthwest African Sahel climate variations during Holocene/Late Pleistocene: Insights from plant wax stable hydrogen (δD) and carbon (δ13C) isotopic composition and sea surface temperatureCalifornia Institute of Technology
3Frauke SchmidtMolecular level studies on the distribution and fate of organic matter at continental marginsGeoForschungsZentrum Potsdam GFZ
2Uwe StöberMixing and energy flux estimates from hydrographic measurements in the Deep Western Boundary Current of the North Atlantic1. Oregon State University, USA
2. IUP, University of Bremen
3. DEWI / UL International GmbH
1Feng DingThe role of near-surface sediment structures in distribution and nature of cold seepsChina Petrochemical Corporation (Sinopec)