Dr. Amir Haroon

PostDoc | Helmholtz-Zentrum für Ozeanforschung Kiel | FB 4: Dynamik des Ozeanbodens | FE Marine Geodynamik

Büro:

Tel.: +49 (0)431 600 2416

Email: aharoon(at)geomar.de

 

Anschrift:

GEOMAR | Helmholtz-Zentrum für Ozeanforschung Kiel
Gebäude 8, Ostufer
Wischhofstrasse 1-3
24148 Kiel

Ausbildung

  • 2016 PhD (mit Auszeichnung), Universität zu Köln
  • 2012 Master of Science, Universität zu Köln
  • 2010 Bachelor of Science, Universität zu Köln

Berufserfahrung

  • 01.2022 - 10.2023: SMART Project Manager / PostDoc
  • 01.2020 - 12.2021: Bridging PostDoc im Digital Earth Projekt
  • 01.2018 - 12.2019: PostDoc for DFG Projekt: 389727048
  • 10.2017 - 12.2017: PostDoc an der Universität Southampton
  • 07.2017 - 09.2017: PostDoc am Helmholtz-Zentrum für Ozeanforschung Kiel
  • 01.2017 - 06.2017: PostDoc an der Universität zu Köln
  • 01.2014 - 12.2016: Wissenschaftlicher Mitarbeiter (PhD Student) an der Universität zu Köln
  • 02.2013 - 12.2013: Lehrassistent an der Universität zu Köln
  • 10.2012 - 12.2012: Young Scientist Exchange Student at the Geophysical Institute of Israel

Auszeichnungen

  • 2022: Preis für interdisziplinäre Forschung und Wissenstransfer im Bereich „Integrated Geoscientific Analysis to Image Coastal / Marine Groundwater Interactions“ von der Prof. Dr. Werner-Petersen-Stiftung
  • 2019: Beste Veröffentlichung in Geophyics für 2018 (Society of Exploration Geophysicists)
  • 2017: Günter Bock Preis (Deutsche Geophysikalische Gesellschaft)
  • 2017: GSGS Reisestipendium (Universität zu Köln)
  • 2012: Young Scientist Austauschstipendium (BMBF)
  • 2011: Deutschland Stipendium (Universität zu Köln)

Expeditionen

  • Adriatic Groundwater, Ancona-Ancona, May 2023
  • CLOCKS, Vancouver-Port Hueneme, September/Oktober 2022
  • INSIGHT, Leg 2, Golf von Cadiz, Oktober 2019
  • POS535, Loki2Grimsey, Juni 2019
  • RV Hercules, Malta, Oktober 2018
  • POS524, Grimsey, Juni 2018
  • MedEx (EcoOcean), Bat Yam, April 2016
  • Etziona (IOLR), Bat Yam, Mai, 2012

Publikationen

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Anna Eliana Pastoressa, Amir Haroon, Mark E. Everett, Lea Rohde, Thies Bartels, Martin Wollatz-Vogt, Zahra Faghih, Gesa Katharina Franz, Aaron Micallef; SWAN: A surface-towed modular controlled-source electromagnetic system for mapping submarine groundwater discharge and offshore groundwater resources. The Leading Edge 2023;; 42 (9): 590–597. doi: https://doi.org/10.1190/tle42090590.1

Arévalo-Martínez, D. L., Haroon, A., Bange, H. W., Erkul, E., Jegen, M., Moosdorf, N., Schneider von Deimling, J., Berndt, C., Böttcher, M. E., Hoffmann, J., Liebetrau, V., Mallast, U., Massmann, G., Micallef, A., Michael, H. A., Paasche, H., Rabbel, W., Santos, I., Scholten, J., Schwalenberg, K., Szymczycha, B., Thomas, A. T., Virtasalo, J. J., Waska, H., and Weymer, B. A. (2023). Ideas and perspectives: Land–ocean connectivity through groundwater, Biogeosciences, 20, 647–662, https://doi.org/10.5194/bg-20-647-2023.

Bradley A. Weymer, Mark E. Everett, Amir Haroon, Marion Jegen, Aaron Micallef, Christian Berndt, Holly A. Michael, Rob l. Evans, Vincent Post (2022). The coastal transition zone is an underexplored frontier in hydrology and geoscience. Commun Earth Environ3, 323. https://doi.org/10.1038/s43247-022-00655-8

Ji Cai, Pritam Yogeshwar, Wiebke Mörbe, Maria Smirnova, Amir Haroon, Michael Becken, Bülent Tezkan (2022). 2-D Joint Inversion of Semi-Airborne CSEM and LOTEM Data in Eastern Thuringia, Germany , Geophysical Journal International, 229 (3), pg. 1475–1489,  https://doi.org/10.1093/gji/ggac002

Chris Galley, Peter Lelièvre, Amir Haroon, Sebastian Graber, John Jamieson, Florent Szitkar et al. (2021). Magnetic and Gravity Surface Geometry Inverse Modelling of the TAG Active Mound. Journal of Geophysical Research: Solid Earth, 126, e2021JB022228. https://doi.org/10.1029/2021JB022228

Amir Haroon, Aaron Micallef, Marion Jegen, Katrin Schwalenberg, Jens Karstens, Christian Berndt, et al. (2021). Electrical resistivity anomalies offshore a carbonate coastline: Evidence for freshened groundwater? Geophysical Research Letters, 48, e2020GL091909. https://doi.org/10.1029/2020GL091909

Aaron Micallef, Mark Person, Christian Berndt, Claudia Bertoni, Denis Cohen, Brandon Dugan, Rob Evans, Amir Haroon, Christian Hensen, Marion Jegen, Kerry Key, Henk Kooi, Volker Liebetrau, Johanna Lofi, Brian J. Mailloux, Renée Martin‐Nagle, Holly A. Michael, Thomas Mueller, Mark Schmidt, Katrin Schwalenberg, Elizabeth Trembath‐Reichert, Bradley Weymer, Yipeng Zhang, Ariel T. Thomas (2020). Offshore freshened groundwater in continental margins, Reviews of Geophysics, doi.org/10.1029/2020RG000706.

Amir Haroon, Andrei Swidinsky, Sebastian Hölz, Marion Jegen, Bülent Tezkan (2020). Step‐on versus step‐off signals in time‐domain controlled source electromagnetic methods using a grounded electric dipole, Geophysical Prospecting, doi.org/10.1111/1365-2478.13016.

Konstantin Reeck, Hendrik Müller, Sebastian Hölz, Amir Haroon, Katrin Schwalenberg Marion Jegen (2020), Effects of metallic system components on marine electromagnetic loop data. Geophysical Prospecting, doi:10.1111/1365-2478.12984.

Potpreecha Pondthai, Mark Everett, Aaron Micallef, Bradley Weymer, Zahra Faghih, Amir Haroon Marion Jegen (2020). 3D Characterization of a Coastal Freshwater Aquifer in SE Malta (Mediterranean Sea) by Time-Domain Electromagnetics. Water 2020, 12, 1566

Aaron Micallef, Mark Person, Amir Haroon, et al. (2020). 3D characterisation and quantification of an offshore freshened groundwater system in the Canterbury Bight, Nat Communications, 11, 1372. doi.org/10.1038/s41467-020-14770-7

Romina Gehrmann, Amir Haroon, McKinley Morton, Axel T. Djanni, & Timothy Minshull (2020). Seafloor massive sulphide exploration using deep-towed controlled source electromagnetics: Navigational uncertainties, Geophysical Journal International, 220(2), pg. 1215-1227.

Amir Haroon, Sebastian Hölz, Romina A. S. Gehrmann, Eric Attias, Marion Jegen, Timothy A. Minshull, Bramely J. Murton (2018). Marine dipole–dipole controlled source electromagnetic and coincident-loop transient electromagnetic experiments to detect seafloor massive sulphides: effects of three-dimensional bathymetry, Geophysical Journal International, 215(3), pg. 2156-2171.

Eric Attias, Karen Weitemeyer, Sebastian Hölz, Samer Naif, Tim A Minshull, Angus I Best, Amir Haroon, Marion Jegen-Kulcsar, Christian Berndt (2018). High-resolution resistivity imaging of marine gas hydrate structures by combined inversion of CSEM towed and ocean-bottom receiver data, Geophysical Journal International, 214(3), pg. 1701–1714.

Amir Haroon, Klaus Lippert, Vladimir Mogilatov, Bülent Tezkan (2018). First application of the marine differential electric dipole for groundwater investigations: A case study from Bat Yam, Israel, Geophysics 83(2), pg. B59–B76.

Amir Haroon, Vladimir Mogilatov, Mark Goldman, Rainer Bergers, Bülent Tezkan (2016). Exploration of resistive targets within shallow marine environments using the circular electrical dipole and the differential electrical dipole methods: a time-domain modelling study, Geophysical Journal International 25(2), pg. 1032–1048. Oxford Journals.

Amir Haroon, Juliane Adrian, Rainer Bergers, Markus Gurk, Bülent Tezkan, Ali Mammadov, Ali Novruzov (2015). Joint inversion of long-offset and central-loop transient electromagnetic data: Application to a mud volcano exploration in Perekishkul, Azerbaijan, Geophysical Prospecting 63(2), pg. 478–494.

Mark Goldman, Vladimir Mogilatov, Amir Haroon, Eldad Levi, Bülent Tezkan (2015). Signal detectability of marine electromagnetic methods in the exploration of resistive targets, Geophysical Prospecting 63(1), pg. 192–210.

Pritam Yogeshwar, Bülent Tezkan, Amir Haroon (2013). Investigation of the Azraq sedimentary basin, Jordan using integrated geoelectrical and electromagnetic techniques, Near Surface Geophysics 11(4), pg. 381–389.