The Research Division has four Research Units: Evolutionary Ecology of Marine Fishes, Experimental Ecology, Marine Microbiology and Marine Natural Products Chemistry
Head of the Research Division:
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Lecture hall, West shore, Düsternbrooker Weg 20
20 October, 2016 - 12:00
Dr. Jonne Kotta, University of Tartu, Estonia (host Dr. Jörn Thomson)
Title: Some novel ways to model the patterns of distribution and functioning of benthic communities under current and future climate
3 November, 2016, 1:15 pm
Dr. Jasper de Goeij, University of Amsterdam, Netherlands (host: Ute Hentschel - Humeida)
Title: t.b.d., sponge biology & biogeochemistry
17 November, 2016 - 1:15 pm
Prof. Frank Oliver Glöckner, Max-Planck-Institut für Marine Mikrobiologie, Bremen (host: Ute Hentschel Humeida)
Title: tba, marine microbial genomics
1 December, 2016 - 1:15 pm
Dr. Timo Arula, Research Fellow in Marine Ecosystems, University of Tartu, Estonia (host: Dr. Catriona Clemmesen-Bockelmann)
Title: Over an half century of herring larvae surveys in the NE Baltic Sea - what we have learned
8 Dezember, 2016 - 1:15 pm
Dr. Rafael Bernas, Instytut Rybactwa Śródlądowego w Olsztynie, Poland (host: Christoph Petereit)
Titel: t.b.d., fish population genetics
RD3 mission: Ocean’s biological diversity drives ecosystems and biogeochemical cycles. A deeper knowledge on existing diversity, the associated processes and the reactions to environmental perturbation is needed to project future changes, and to guide sustainable use of biological resources.
These are a few key questions that scientists of RD3 are addressing:
- How will species interactions and marine communities be reorganized under multiple environmental changes, including invasion pressure and novel pathogens?
- How will ecosystem biodiversity, functioning and services (for example, productivity, carbon sequestration, nutrient retention) change in response to perturbations and re-organization (due to range shifts /species introductions)? What are the relative contributions of evolutionary change, physiological plasticity and community restructuring to overall ecological response to global change?
- What are novel marine resources in terms of genetic/genomic resources and marine organism and substances that can be utilized for human application? How can we sustainably use marine resources by understanding the biology of the exploited species in order to minimize effects on population sizes and biodiversity and the affected habitats?
Visit focused on the Interreg BSR project "Baltic Blue Biotechnology ALLIANCE"more
International team of researchers led by GEOMAR finds increased larvae mortalitymore