Marine Ecology

The Research Division Marine Ecology has five Research Units: Experimental Ecology - Benthos, Marine Evolutionary Ecology, Marine Natural Products Chemistry, Marine Symbioses and Ocean EcoSystems Biology.

Contact

Head of the Research Division:

Prof. Dr. Thorsten Reusch
GEOMAR Helmholtz Centre for Ocean Research Kiel
Düsternbrooker Weg 20 
D-24105 Kiel
Germany
Phone: +49-431 - 600-4550
Fax: +49-431 - 600-4553
e-mail: treusch(at)geomar.de

Assistant / Office Management:

Cornelia Rüther
Phone: +49-431- 600-4551
Fax: +49-431 - 600-134551
e-mail: cruether(at)geomar.de

Publications

Press releases

Seminars within RD3 and RUs

RD3 News Archiv

Red Seaweed of the species Agarophyton vermyculophyllum. Photo: Mahasweta Saha/PML
13.05.2019

Seaweeds can attract friends and keep away enemies

Scientists from Kiel and Plymouth show for the first time health-promoting microbial manipulation in aquatic plants

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A barred Hamlet (Hypoplectrus puella) off the coast of Panama. Photo: Kosmas Hench/GEOMAR
04.03.2019

How new species arise in the sea

Study sheds new light on a fundamental question in evolutionary biology

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Decreasing pH values in the seawater harm cod larvae more than previously thought. Photo: Catriona Clemmesen/GEOMAR (CC BY 4.0)
18.02.2019

Ocean acidification harms cod larvae more than previously thought

New studies on cod larvae show severe organ damages caused by high CO2 concentrations

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Algae farm in Rongcheng (China). Photo: Florian Weinberger/GEOMAR
07.01.2019

Biological plant protection in seaweed cultivation

Diseases can be effectively controlled without chemicals

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Commercial trawling (left) and catches of elasmobranch (right) outside and inside of protected areas. Graphics: M. Dureuil, Dalhousie Univ.
20.12.2018

Marine Protected Areas not safe

Bottom trawling endangers many species

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