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GAME-Alumni projects VI - VII

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GAME-Project VII: 2009-2010

Name: Ramadan Bachtiar
Interests:
Coral reefs, marine pollution
Job/Location:
Picture editor at the Center for International Forestry Research (CIFOR); running my own production company - Imaji Bumi
Links:
www.cifor.cgiar.org, www.ramadianbachtiar.com and www.imajibumi.co.id
GAME-Project:
VII
Team:
Indonesia
Contact:
rbachtiar@gmail.com
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Name: Nadine Gerner
Interests:
Anthropogenic influence on aquatic (marine, freshwater) ecosystems
Job/Location: PhD student at the Helmholtz Centre for Environmental Research - UFZ in Leipzig
Links: http://www.ufz.de/index.php?en=19710
GAME-Project: VII
Team: New Zealand
Contact:
nadine.gerner@ufz.de
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Name: Anil Harry
Interests:
Marine biology and ecology
Job/Location: Tutor in environmental and ecology courses, Trinidad and Tobago, University of the West Indies, St. Augustine
GAME-Project: VII
Team: Trinidad & Tobago
Contact:
anilharry01@yahoo.com
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Name: Jonas Keitel
Interests:
Aquatic ecosystem functions: aquatic boundaries and linkages, conservation and sustainable management measures; aquaculture
Job/Location:
PhD candidate, Leibniz-Institute of Freshwater Ecology and Inland Fisheries, Berlin, Germany
Links:
http://www.igb-berlin.de/mitarbeitende-igb.html?show=408
GAME Project:
VII
Team: Japan
Contact:
keitel@igb-berlin.de
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Name: Maddalena Angela Di Lellis
Interests:
Ecology, ecotoxicology, animal physiology, epigenetics
Job/Location: PhD candidate, Animal Physiological Ecology at the Eberhard Karls University Tübingen
GAME-Project: VII
Team: India
Contact:
maddalenaangela@web.de
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Name: Carolin Wendling
Interests:
Global change and evolutionary genetics of host-parasite interaction in coastal ecosystems:Evolutionary Ecology, Host-Parasite Interaction, Pacific Oyster (C. gigas) and Blue Mussel (M. edulis), Bacterial Pathogens (genus Vibrio)
Job/Location:
PhD student, Evolutionary Ecology of Marine Fishes, GEOMAR, Kiel Evolutionary Ecology, Host-Parasite Interaction, Pacific Oyster
GAME Project: VII
Team: Indonesien
Contact:
carolin.wendling@awi.de
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GAME-Project VI: 2007-2009

Name: Kerstin Bockhorn
Interests:
Promote Hamburg´s long-term viability and quality of life by means of sustainable development, by using energy in a way which conserves resources and takes the long-term view and by protecting and developing habitats and conserving biodiversity. We develop a strategy for sustainability in Hamburg, we work on the intensification of the sustainability dialogue in Hamburg with a focus on the annual Hamburg future weeks.
Job/Location:
Ministry of Urban Development and Environment - Directorate-General for Nature and Resource Conservation - Department Sustainability
Links: www.hamburg.de/nachhaltigkeit
GAME-Project:
VI
Team: Portugal
Contact:
kerstin.bockhorn@bsu.hamburg.de
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Name: Katrin Bohn
Interests:
Invasion ecology, the distribution and potential spread of the invasive gastropod Crepidula fornicata in Wales, UK, larval supply and settlement patterns of C. fornicata, experimental intertidal ecology, using macroalgal communities as model systems
Job/Location: PhD candidate, School of Ocean Sciences, Bangor University, Wales, UK
GAME-Project:
VI
Team: Wales
Contact:
Katrin.Bohn@bangor.ac.uk
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Name: Gabriele Dederer
Interests:
Marine biology, impact of offshore wind farms
Job/Location: Scientific diver University Konstanz, research assistant University of Ulm, scientific diving company: datadiving
Links: www.datadiving.de
GAME-Project: VI
Team: Brasil
Contact:
g.dederer@datadiving.de
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Name: Susanne Franssen
Interests:
Molecular evolution and adaptations to abiotic stresses of seagrasses, transcriptome analyses, applications of Next Generation Sequencing, technologies
Job/Location: Westfalian Wilhems University, Institute for Evolution and Biodiversity, Münster, Germany
Links: http://ieb.uni-muenster.de/bioinf/people/franssen
GAME-Project: VI
Team: New Zealand
Contact:
susefranssen@googlemail.com
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Name: Felix Ringelhan
Interests:
Natural Sciences, biology, marine biology and ecology, aging research, biodemography, basal metazoans, evolution
Job/Location:
PhD candidate, Max Planck Institute for Demographic Research, Rostock, Germany
GAME Project: VI
Team: Fidschi/Germany
Contact:
ringelhan@demogr.mpg.de
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Name: Anne Schäfer
Interests:
Marine & terrestrial ecology, conservation
Job/Location:
Just finished work as field officer with peace brigades intl. in Indonesia and currently looking for NGO jobs in the field of environmental conservation & management
GAME Project: VI
Team: Indonesia
Contact:
anneschaefer1@gmx.de
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Name: Luis Silva
Interests:
Aquariums (Public aquariums); Fisheries; Barotraumas in fishes,  Dive,  marine conservation
Job/Location:
MSc - Departamento de Oceanografia e Pescas (Oceanography and Fisheries Department - Azores University)
Links: http://www.flickr.com/photos/cicloone/
GAME Project: VI
Team: Portugal
Contact:
Luissilva6@hotmail.com
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Name: Stephanie Stratil
Interests:
benthic ecology, algae-grazer and algae-bacteria interactions, bacterial communities on macroalgae
Job/Location:
PhD candidate at the GEOMAR, Kiel Germany
GAME Project: VI
Team: Canada
Contact:
sstratil@ifm-geomar.de
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