SFB 754 Colloquia – Guest Scientists

International renommated scientists who work closely with the SFB 754 or are experts in fields of interest to the SFB 754 community, are invited to give a talk. The colloquia are also used for the subprojetcs to present their progress or discuss interesting research questions within the SFB 754 community. The colloquia are open to anyone interested and take place around once per month. The colloquia are around 45 min and held in English.

Date

Speaker

Title

Room

20.03.2018
13:00 h

 

Dr. Mati Kahru 
Scripps Institution of Oceanography, UC San Diego, USA

Time series from ocean color Lecture hall, GEOMAR westshore

03.03.2017
10:00 h

Dr. Stephanie Hensen
Ocean and Earth Science, National Oceanography Centre Southampton, UK.

Variability in the biological carbon pump Large Conference Room
GEOMAR
W
est shore

23.02.2017
15:30 h

Andreas Schmittner
Associate Professor of the college of Earth, Ocean, and Atmospheric Sciences, Oregan State University, USA
Reconstructing the glacial ocean: very weak Atlantic overturning and iron fertilization maximize carbon storage Large Conference Room
GEOMAR
W
est shore
25.01.2017
1.30 pm
Derek Vance
Geochemistry, ETH Zürich
The oceanic biogeochemical cycle of zinc and its isotopes Large Conference Room
GEOMAR
East shore (8A)
20.12.2016
13.00 Hrs
Dr. Chia-Te Chie

PBSci-Earth & Planetary Sciences Department, University of California, Santa Cruz

Impacts of Dry Atmospheric Deposition on Aquatic Systems – Nutrients, Trace Metals and Lead Isotopes

Large Conference Room
GEOMAR
W
est shore
07.12.2016
08.45 Hrs
Dr. Daniel Whitt   

Centre for Mathematical Sciences, University of Cambridge, UK

How winds fuel phytoplankton growth at upper-ocean fronts

Seminar Room
GEOMAR
West shore
15.09.2016
08.45 Hrs
Dr. Bas E. Dutilh Predicting interactions from metagenomic data Large Conference Room
GEOMAR
W
est shore
19.07.2016
08.45 Hrs
Prof. Samar Khatiwala Exploring the controls on glacial-interglacial variations in atmospheric CO2 in an observationally-constrained ocean circulation-biogeochemical model Lecture hall, GEOMAR westshore
14.07.2016
13.30 Hrs.
Prof. James Moffett Highlights of the 2013 US GEOTRACES Zonal Section TLZ Seminar Room
GEOMAR
East shore
01.07.2016
08.45 Hrs.
Dr. Tobias Friedrich Nonlinear paleo climate sensitivity and its implications for future Greenhouse Warming Large Conference Room
GEOMAR
West shore
28.04.2016
15.15 Hrs.
Dr. Alexander Treusch Ecological engineered oxygenation: a microbial perspective Large Conference Room
GEOMAR
West shore
09.03.2016
09.00 Hrs.
Prof. Cindy Lee Thoughts on Particle Dynamics in the Ocean: sinking, exchange, aggregation, disaggregation and decomposition Large Conference Room
GEOMAR
West shore
10.02.2016
16.00 Hrs.
Prof. Kevin Lamb Internal wave generation by tide-topography interactions over near-critical slopes with an application to wave generation on the Peruvian Shelf Large Conference Room
GEOMAR
West shore
13.01.2016
15.30 Hrs.
Christoph Heinze A pilot study towards modelling of the sedimentary paleo-climate record 130-0 kyrBP Large Conference Room
GEOMAR
West shore

13.07.2015
09.00 Hrs.

Konstantin Stolpovski
(B1/B5)
New estimates of global rates of organic carbon mineralization and preservation in bioturbated marine sediments Large Conference Room
GEOMAR
West shore

18.05.2015
11.00 Hrs.

Department of Physics, University of Oxford
Intense nutrient upwelling in anti-cyclones caused by sub-mesoscale instabilities Large Conference Room
GEOMAR
West shore

27.03.2015
15.00 Hrs.

Michael Lomas Bigelow, Laboratory for Ocean Sciences  Phytoplankton biodiversity and physiology: Impacts on global biogeochemistry. Large Conference Room
GEOMAR
West shore

17.03.2015
16.15 Hrs.

Johannes Hahn (A4) and Jan-Dirk Matthiessen (A4)

GEOMAR Kiel

Variability patterns of oxygen in the Eastern Tropical North Atlantic OMZ - from submesoscale to interannual scales.
and
Influence of the Equatorial Deep Jets on the North Equatorial Counter Current.
Large Conference Room
GEOMAR
West shore

10.03.2015
16.15 Hrs.

Sven Neulinger (B4) 

GEOMAR Kiel

Oxygen Minimum Zone Viromics Large Conference Room
GEOMAR
West shore

13.01.2015 16:15 Hrs.

Alexandra Loginova (B9) and Sören Thomsen (B9) 
 
GEOMAR Kiel
 Dynamics of FDOM and CDOM in ETNA under variant nutrient conditions during experimental mesocosm study.
and 
The formation of a low-oxygen mode water eddy within the Peru Chile Undercurrent and its impact on the near-coastal salinity and oxygen distributions.
Large Conference Room
GEOMAR
West shore

03.12.2014 15:15 Hrs.

Dr. Wolfgang Koeve and Dr. Paul Kähler
Biogeochemische Modellierung, GEOMAR
A puzzle of oceanic oxygen utilization Large Conference Room
GEOMAR
West shore
03.12.2014 14:30 Hrs. Dr. Jenny Hieronymus
Stockholm University Sweden
The evolution of delta13C during oceanic anoxic events - implications of external sources and sinks Large Conference Room
GEOMAR
West shore

24.10.2014
10:00 Hrs.

Dr. Joachim Segschneider
Max-Planck-Institut für Meteorologie Hamburg
Temperature-dependent remineralization in a warming ocean increases surface pCO2 through changes in marine ecosystem composition

Seeburg Conference Room - West shore

09.10.2014
08:30 Hrs.

 

Prof. Steve DiMarco
Department of Oceanography
Texas A&M University

Ocean Observing in a troubled Gulf: Hurricanes, Deadzones, and Oil spills in the Gulf of Mexico Large Conference Room
GEOMAR
West shore
11.09.2014
10:15 Hrs.

 

Niels Peter Revsbech
Aarhus University, Denmark 

Photosynthesis and respiration in pelagic low-oxygen environments Large Conference Room
GEOMAR
West shore

11.09.2014
09.00 Hrs.

Anna-Louise Reysenbach
Portland State University, USA

Emerging patterns of microbial diversity associated with deep-sea hydrothermal deposits Lecture hall, GEOMAR westshore
09.09.2014
10:15 Hrs.

 

Sam Jaccard
ETH Zurich, Switzerland

Deglacial weakening of the oceanic soft tissue pump: global constraints from nitrogen isotopes and oxygenation proxies Lecture hall, GEOMAR westshore

07.09.2014
09:00 Hrs.

Sophie Rabouille
Ocean Observatory Villefranch, France

On the life of a unicellular, diazotrophic cyanobacterium: from cultures to models Lecture hall, GEOMAR westshore

05.09.2014
15:00 Hrs.

Dr. Ping Chang
Texas A&M University

An Oceanic Teleconnection Mechanism Linking High-Latitude North Atlantic Abrupt Climate Changes to the Tropics Lecture hall, GEOMAR westshore

17.07.2014
10:30 Hrs.

Alexandra Marki (B2), Ulrike Lomnitz (B5)

GEOMAR Kiel

Modelling microbial community composition and controls on benthic-pelagic coupling of the phosphorus cycle in the Peruvian Oxygen Minimum Zone Lecture hall, GEOMAR westshore

17.07.2014
09:45 Hrs.

Manuela Köllner (A3), Rainer Kiko / Helena Hauss (B8)

GEOMAR Kiel

Tracer loss via sinking marine particles in the tropical North Atlantic OMZ Lecture hall, GEOMAR westshore

17.07.2014
09:00 Hrs.

Jessica Gier (B6), Carolin Löscher (B4)

GEOMAR Kiel

Diazotrophic diversity in sediments Lecture hall, GEOMAR westshore

04.06.2014
11:00 Hrs.

Katrin Meissner

University of New South Wales

Ocean Hiccups and Heinrich Events

Seeburg Conference Room - West shore

14.04.2014

13:15 Hrs.

Dr. Jens Appel, Prof. Rüdiger Schulz and Kirstin Gutekunst
Physiology and Biotechnology of Plant cells working group
CAU Kiel
Is there significant turnover of H2 in the ocean Lecture hall, GEOMAR westshore


08.01.2014

08:30 Hrs.

Johannes Hahn and Tim Fischer

GEOMAR Kiel

Oxygen Supply to the Tropical North East Atlantic Oxygen Minimum Zone Large Conference Room
GEOMAR
West shore

21.11.2013

08:30 Hrs.

Subprojects B2, B4, B8, B9 First results of the joint mesocosm experiment 2013

Large Conference Room
GEOMAR
West shore

25.10.2013

08:30 Hrs.

Tal Dagan

CAU Kiel

Trends and barriers to lateral gene transfer during microbial evolution Hörsaal
GEOMAR
West shore

21.10.2013

15:15 Hrs.

Shuang Gao

AWI Bremen

Simulating the modern d30Si distribution in the oceans and in marine sediments

Hörsaal
GEOMAR
West shore

17.09.2013

08:30 Hrs.

Vincent Echevin and Francoise Colas

L'OCEAN and IRD, France

Mesoscale and submesoscale processes in the Humboldt current system

Hörsaal
GEOMAR
West shore

16.09.2013

08:30 Hrs.

Prof. Biswarup Mukhopadhyay

Virginia Bioinformatics Institute, Virginia Tech, USA

 
Development of biological sulfate reduction and redox control systems - from early Earth to today's Earth
Großer Konferenzraum
West shore

12.08.2013

11:00 Hrs.

Dr. Tobias Friedrich

University of Hawaii, USA

Changes of ventilation of the past 4 glacial cylces.

Hörsaal
GEOMAR
West shore

24.06.2013

13:15 Hrs.

Dipl.-Biol Katja Trübenbach

Centro de Oceanografia,
U. Lisbon, Portugal

Hypoxia tolerance of jumbo squids (Dosidicus gigas) in the Eastern Pacific oxygen minimum zones: Physiological and biochemical mechanisms.

Hörsaal
GEOMAR
West shore

 

 

24.06.2013

09:30 Hrs.

Dr. Rena Czeschel

GEOMAR, Kiel

Wie entstehen Sauerstoffminimumzonen im Ozean? - physikalische Ursachen.

Small practical room
West shore

19.06.2013

Renato Salvacetti

L'OCEAN, France

Multi-decadal to millennial scale variability in productivity, pelagic fish abundances and Oxygen Minimum Zone intensity off Peru during the last 25 000 years.

Großer Konferenzraum
West shore

14.05.2013

Dr. Lothar Stramma

GEOMAR, Kiel

Geht dem Meer die Luft aus?

Hörsaal
  East shore


15.04.2013

Dr. Ivonne Montes

GEOMAR, Kiel

Modelling the Oxygen Minimum Zone of the Eastern Tropical Pacific.

Großer Konferenzraum
West shore

29.01.2013


Prof. Dr. Anja Engel
Prof. Dr. Torsten Kanzow


GEOMAR, Kiel

Near-coastal supply of oxygen and dissolved organic matter to the OMZ.


Großer Konferenzraum
West shore

14.01.2013


Dr. Martin Schmidt

Leibniz Institute for Baltic Sea Research, Warnemünde

Oxygen depleting processes and feedbacks in the oxygen minimum zones of the Angola Gyre and the Benguela upwelling system - a model approach.

Hörsaal
West shore

07.01.2013


Dr. Maija Heller

University of Southern California

The distribution of Iron in the Mexican OMZ: possible biogeochemical processes causing the occurrence.

Großer Konferenzraum
West shore

14.12.2012

Prof. Dr. Andreas Oschlies      

Dr. Andy Dale

GEOMAR, Kiel

A global model of redox-dependent biogeochemical cycles.

Großer Konferenzraum
West shore

20.11.2012

Fanny Monteiro

School of Geographical Sciences
University of Bristol, UK

Evolution of the ocean biogeochemistry at the Late Cretaceous.

Hörsaal
West shore


05.11.2012


TP A3 Mitglieder

GEOMAR, Kiel


The Guinea Upwelling and Oxygen Supply Tracer Release Experiments,  outlook for the 2nd phase based on results of the 1st phase.


Großer Konferenzraum
West shore


 24.09.2012


Eric Prince

NOAA, Miami


Expanding oxygen minimum zones and impacts on pelagic predators.


Großer Konferenzraum
West shore


19.09.2012


Francoise Ascani

University of Hawaii


Zonal transport at intermediate depths in equatorial basins.


Großer Konferenzraum
West shore


24.08.2012
 


Prof. Ron Benner

 University of South Carolina


Tracing Bacterial C and N in the Microbial Carbon Pump.


Großer Konferenzraum
West shore

22.06.2012


Annie Bourbonnais

School of Earth and Ocean Sciences
University of Victoria
British Columbia


Fixed nitrogen loss in two anoxic environments: hydrothermal vents of the Juan de Fuca Ridge (North-East Pacific) and Saanich Inlet (British Colombia, Canada)



Großer Konferenzraum
West shore


22.06.2012


Dr. Andy Dale

GEOMAR, Kiel


A brief introduction to N cycling in sediments underlying the oxygen minimum zones studied in the SFB 754.


Großer Konferenzraum
West shore


20.06.2012


Dr. Florian Scholz

GEOMAR, Kiel


Spatial and temporal trends of iron and iron istotope cycling in the Peruvian upwelling area.

Großer Konferenzraum
East shore


25.05.2012


C. Paulukat
 
Bochum


Chemostratigraphy of Cretaceous siliciclastic-rich deposits (Gale Formation, Lusitanian Basin, Portugal)


Konferenzraum TLZ
East shore


25.05.2012


K.-J. Issa

Angers


The effect of millennial scale climate change on the planktic foraminiferal fauna in the Eastern Mediterranean.


Konferenzraum TLZ
East shore


25.05.2012


Z. Erdem

Istanbul


Sedimentary records of Mediterranean Inflow and Evolution of Anoxiain Istanbul Strait's Outlet Area of Black Sea.


Konferenzraum TLZ
East shore


25.05.2012


A. Enge

Tübingen


Comparing the uptake of 13C-labeled phytodetritus by benthic foraminifera in oxygenated and oxygen-depleted sediments.


Konferenzraum TLZ
East shore


11.05.2012


Prof. Nicolas Gruber

Institute of Biogeochemistry and Pollutant Dynamics, Switzerland

Ocean deoxygenation - a tale of two regions.


Großer Konferenzraum
West shore

19.04.2012


Prof. Richard Lampitt

National Oceanography Centre, Southampton, UK

 

The NOC drifting sediment trap programme - history, achievements and future prospects.


Retreat, Kiel


19.04.2012


Dr. Véronique Garcon

LEGOS, France


Activities of research dedicated to the minimum of oxygen in the eastern Pacific (AMOP)


Retreat, Kiel


19.04.2012


Dr. Boris Dewitte

LEGOS, France


Change in ENSO properties in the recent decades: implication for the long-term trend of upwelling off Peru + AMOP - Physics.


Retreat, Kiel


23.03.2012


Geoffrey T. Evans

Fisheries and Oceans Canada, St. John's, Canada



Thinking about model-data misfits.


Großer Konferenzraum
West shore


02.03.2012


Dr. Johannes Karstensen

GEOMAR, Kiel

Dead-zone Eddies in the open North Atlantic Ocean.


Großer Konferenzraum
West shore

 

09.02.2012


Prof. Jonathan Zehr

Ocean Sciences Department
University of California

Oceanic nitrogen-fixing microbial interactions and spatio-temporal dynamics: applications of genomics and remote instrumentation.


Großer Konferenzraum
West shore


28.11.2011
 

 

Prof. Brad Seibel

University of Rhode Island, USA


Existing oxygen levels are the threshold for marine life in oxygen minimum zones.


Hörsaal West shore


04.11.2011


Dr. Michelle Graco

Chemical Oceanography
IMARPE, Peru


The OMZ and nutrients features as a signature of the low frequency variability off Peru.


Hörsaal West shore


31.10.2011


Prof. Mark Altabet

School of Marine Sciences,University of Massachusetts


Reevaluating interactions and feedbacks between global ocean nitrogen sources and sinks.


Hörsaal West shore


12.10.2011


Dr. Sunke Schmidtko

University of East Anglia


The Pacific oxygen minimum zone and its ventilation pathways.


Hörsaal West shore


10.10.2011


Prof. Curtis Deutsch

UCLA Dept. of Atmospheric & Oceanic Sciences, USA


A climatic pulse in the heart of the oxygen minimum zone.


Hörsaal West shore

13.07.2011


Dr. Willem Sijp

University of New South Wales,
Sydney, Australia

Calculating the AMOC OFF state saddle node and transient behaviour.

Hörsaal West shore

04.07.2011


Dr. Mati Kahru

Scripps Inst./La Jolla

Satellite Ocean Color Applications: from Global to Arctic to the Baltic.

Hörsaal West shore


27.06.2011


Dr. Sabine Mecking

UW/Seattle, USA


Decadal variability and trends from North Pacific Repeat Hydrography: Changes in oxygen, pH, and tracer ages.


Hörsaal West shore


02.05.2011


Evgeniya Ryabenko

IFM-GEOMAR, Kiel


Nitrogen isotopes in the Atlantic and Pacific OMZs.


Hörsaal West shore

22.02.2011


Dr. Veronique Garcon

LEGOS, France

EBUS: a natural SOLAS playground.

Retreat, Lübeck

22.02.2011


Dr. Ben Reynolds

ETH Zürich, Swiss

Using Si isotopes to trace the biogeochemical cycling of Si.


Retreat, Lübeck

22.02.2011


Dr. Ed Boyle

EAPS, USA


Iron in the tropical North Atlantic OMZ: evidence of dust-enriched Fe:C in sinking particulate matter.



Retreat, Lübeck


21.02.2011


Dr. Dimitri Gutierrez

IMARPE, Peru


Current status of the paleo-oceanographic research on the late Quaternary in the Peruvian margin by the IMARPE and PALEOPECES team.


Retreat, Lübeck


21.02.2011


Prof. Markus Kienast

Dalhousie Uni., Canada


Millennial-scale variations in hydrography and biogeochemistry in the Eastern Equatorial Pacific over the last 100 kyr.


Retreat, Lübeck


21.02.2011


Dr. Jim Ledwell

WHOI, USA


A Tracer Study of Mixing in the Antarctic Circumpolar Current.


Retreat, Lübeck



21.02.2011


Dr. Pierre Testor

LODYC, France


Fine scale vertical structure of a tropical upwelling system as observed from glider data off Pisco (14°S, Peru)


Retreat, Lübeck

21.02.2011


Dr. Niklas Schneider

Uni. Hawaii, USA

Pathways between the Equatorial Zone and the Subtropics.

Retreat, Lübeck


14.12.2010


Prof. David Walsh

Concordia University,
Department of Biology,
Montreal, Quebec, Canada


Metagenomic insights into the microbial ecology of oceanic "dead zones".


Hörsaal West shore


29.11.2010


Christopher Somes

SFB 754 guest scientist at IFM-GEOMAR


Modeling the distribution of nitrogen isotopes in the global ocean.


Hörsaal West shore

29.10.2010


Prof. Markus Kienast

Dept. Oceanography, Dalhousie University, Halifax, Canada

The tropical Pacific during the last glacial cycle: Proxy calibrations and new findings.

Hörsaal West shore


03.09.2010


 Dr. Sergio Contreras Q. 

Max Planck Institut für Marine Mikrobiologie, Bremen


The nitrogen isotope signature of anammox.


Hörsaal West shore


11.06.2010


Prof. Dr. Mark Altabet

School of Marine Sciences,
University of Massachusetts


Nitrogen isotope biogeochemistry of the Peru-Chile OMZ.


Hörsaal West shore


29.01.2010



Dr. Lothar Stramma

 IFM-GEOMAR, Kiel


Are the oxygen minimum zones of the tropical oceans expanding?


Hörsaal West shore


11.12.2009


Dr. Sang-Wook Yeh

Korean Ocean Research
and Development Institute, Korea

 

The flavor of  "El Niño" in a changing climate.


Hörsaal West shore


11.12.2009


Miguel Martinez Boti

Autonomous University of Barcelona


Validation of foraminiferal-based Nd proxy and application to the Eastern Equatorial Pacific during the last deglaciation.


Sci. Lounge
Geb. 8d (1. St.)
East shore

28.10.2009


Prof. Ronni Glud

Marine Biogeochemistry at SAMS, UK

Oxygen dynamics of marine sediments: a challenge in resolving time and space.


Seminarraum
Geb. 14 (TLZ)
East shore


16.10.2009


Dr. Jana Friedrich

AWI, Bremerhaven


State of the benthic ecosystem on the western Black Sea shelf in early spring 2008 - Results from the POS363 cruise.


Hörsaal West shore

08.10.2009


Prof. Dr. Oded Beja

Technion - Israel Institute of
Technology, Haifa

Metagenomics in the speed of light.


Hörsaal E59, Biologiezentrums, CAU (Am Botanischen Garten 1-9)


18.09.2009


Dr. Willem Sijp

University of New South Wales,
Sydney, Australia


Stability of the Atlantic Meridional Overturning Circulation and the effect of Southern Ocean wind stress changes on the global thermocline.


Hörsaal West shore


10.09.2009


Prof. Osvaldo Ulloa

Universidad de Concepcion, Chile



Microbial oceanography of the oxygen-deficient waters of the eastern tropical South Pacific.


Hörsaal West shore


06.07.2009


Dr. Markus Jochum

NCAR, Boulder


The new CCSM and its application to the paleo CO2 problem.


Hörsaal West shore


12.06.2009


Dr. Gerard Eldin

Laboratoire d'Etudes en Géophysique et
Océanographie Spatiales, Toulouse, France

 

Preliminary results from the filamentos and VOCALS-REx cruises in the Peruvian upwelling system.


Hörsaal West shore

05.06.2009


Dr. Peter Croot
Katrin Bluhm

IFM-GEOMAR, Kiel


REDOX redux - the role of O2 as a tipping point in the biogeochemical cycles of iodine and iron.


Hörsaal West shore

15.05.2009


Prof. Dr. Birgit Schneider

Institut for Geosciences, Kiel University


What would happen if particle fluxes in the ocean where changing - implications for air-sea CO2-exchange, ocean acidification and oxygen distributions.

Hörsaal West shore


06.02.2009


Prof. Dr. Ralph Keeling

Scripps Institution of Oceanography,
San Diego, USA



A perspective on the global carbon cycle from trends in atmospheric CO2 and O2.


Hörsaal West shore


16.01.2009


Christine Barras

University Angers, Laboratoire d'Etude
des Bio-Indicateuers Actuels et Fossiles/Laboratory
 of Recent and Fossil Bio-Indicators


Culture of deep-sea benthic foraminifera under controlled laboratory conditions: Calibration of delta 18O as temperature proxy.


Hörsaal West shore


05.12.2008


Dr. Michael Hoppert

Georg-August-Universität Göttingen, Institut für
 Mikrobiologie und  Genetik, Abteilung für Allgemeine
 Mikrobiologie



Methane Seep Microbial Communities at high Resolution: Structure-Function Relationships of Microorganisms and Formation of Biominerals.


Hörsaal West shore


13.10.2008


Dr. Erict Galbraith

Atmospheric and Oceanic Sciences,
Princeton University


"Copepod calamities: Are zooplankton to blame for poor model simulations of oceanic minimum zones?"


Hörsaal West shore


26.09.2008


Prof. Dr. Mark Altabet

School of Marine Sciences,
University of Massachusetts, USA


Climate Forcing of Oceanic Subtoxic Zones.


Hörsaal West shore


12.09.2008


Prof. Dr. Gerhard J. Herndl

NIOZ Department of biological
oceanography, Texel, Netherlands


Shedding light on dark ocean's microbes: phylogenetic and functional analyses of Archaea and Bacteria in the deep North Atlantic.


Hörsaal West shore



03.07.2008


Argiro Kaiserli

Department of Marine Sciences, Uni. of the Aegean, Greece


Distribution and biogeochemical dynamics of dissolved macro-nutrients, D/L amino acids and organic matter (DOM) in the Aegean and SE Ionian Sea (E.Mediterranean)


Seminarraum
SFB 574
East shore


26.05.2008


Dr. Lothar Stramma

IFM-GEOMAR, Kiel


Supply paths of and time variations in oxygen poor zones of the tropical oceans.


Hörsaal West shore


28.04.2008


Stuart Wakeham

Skidaway Institute of Oceanography,
Savannah, Georgia


Biogeochemistry in oxygen dificient areas of the ocean.


Hörsaal West shore


11.02.2008


Prof. Dennis Hansell

Rosenstiel School of Marine and Atmospheric Science,
University of Miami

 

Dissolved Organic Carbon in the Deep Global Ocean.


Hörsaal West shore