Marine Biogeochemie

Aktuelle Projekte

SUGAR Projekt
Submarine Gashydrat-Lagerstätten: Erkundung, Abbau und Transport
1. Phase & 2. Phase & 3. Phase

JPIOceans Mining Impact
Ecological aspects of deep-sea mining

BASE-LiNE Earth
B
rachiopods As SEnsitive tracers of gLobal mariNe Environment: Insights from alkaline, alkaline Earth metal, and metalloid trace element ratios and isotope systems

TRION
"Stabile Strontiumisotope als neuer Proxy für kontinentale Verwitterung, Pedogeneseprozesse und Meerestemperatur"

ROBEX
Die Helmholtz-Allianz “Robotische Exploration unter Extrembedingungen – ROBEX” kombiniert Raumfahrt- und Tiefseeforschung.

FLOWS
Impact of Fluid circulation in old oceanic Lithosphere on the seismicity of transfOrm-type plate boundaries: neW solutions for early seismic monitoring of major European Seismogenic zones. FLOWS is implemented as COST Action ES1301

MIDAS
Managing Impacts of Deep-seA reSource exploitation

MEDGATE
How did the sea get so salty? Beneath the Mediterranean Sea lies a layer of salt more than one kilometre thick. Where did this salt come from? A European research project is trying to find out.

BOXCAR
Biogeochemical investigations in anoxic Cariaco Basin sediments. Funded by BMBF, period Nov 2014 - Oct 2016. Contact: Andrew Dale.

SPP 1319
Biologische Umsetzungen von Kohlenwasserstoffen in Abwesenheit von Sauerstoff: Von molekularer zu globaler Ebene, DFG Schwerpunktprogramm

UNEP/GRID-Arendal
E-book und Buch für Öffentlichkeit und Entscheidungsträger, Titel: "Frozen Heat - A global outlook on methane gas hydrates"

PERGAMON
Permafrost and gas hydrate related methane releases in the Arctic and impact on climate change, EU COST Projekt

SFB 754
Klima-Biogeochemische Wechselwirkungen im tropischen Ozean, DFG Sonderforschungsbereich

Ozean der Zukunft
DFG Exzellenzcluster

SFB 574
Volatiles and Fluids in Subduction Zones: Climate Feedback and Trigger Mechanisms for Natural Disasters, DFG Sonderforschungsbereich

CHARON
FOR 1644: Marine carbonate archives: controls on carbonate precipitation and pathways of diagenetic alteration, DFG Forschergruppe

Characterization and Energy Production Strategies of Gas Hydrate Deposits in the Northern South China Sea
Helmholtz-CAS Joint Research Group (Partners: GIEC-CAS, GFZ)

MICROBIOIL
Microbial degradation of hydrocarbons in petroleum‐impacted marine sediments, Industrieprojekt (RWE)

Microbial methane consumption in contrasting ocean environments:
Effects of elevated seepage and geochemical boundary conditions, D-A-CH Projekt (SNF-Lead)

Bubble Shuttle
Transport Methan-oxidierender Mikroorganismen aus dem Sediment in die Wassersäule über Gasblasen, DFG Projekt

Kontakt

Prof. Dr. Klaus Wallmann
GEOMAR | Helmholtz-Zentrum für Ozeanforschung Kiel
Wischhofstr. 1-3
24148 Kiel
Telefon: 0431 600-2287
Telefax: 0431 600-2928
e-mail: kwallmann(at)geomar.de 

Christine Utecht
GEOMAR | Helmholtz-Zentrum für Ozeanforschung Kiel
Wischhofstr. 1-3
24148 Kiel
Telefon: 0431 600-2116
e-mail: cutecht(at)geomar.de