Marine Ökologie

 

GAME Partnerinstitute/Netzwerk

- 35 wissenschaftliche Partner in 26 Ländern -

 

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Australia
Australia
Brasil
Brasil
Canada
Canada
Chile
Chile
China
China
Eygypt
Egypt
England
England
Finland
Finland
Germany
Germany
Hong Kong
Hong Kong
India
India
Indonesia
Indonesia
Iran
Iran
Italy
Italy
Japan
Japan
Kenya
Kenya
Malaysia
Malaysia
New Zealand
New Zealand
Poland
Poland
Portugal
Portugal
South Africa
South Africa
South Korea
South Korea
Sweden
Sweden
Trinidad & Tobago
Trinidad & Tobago
USA
USA
Wales
Wales

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Kenya

 

Institute: Kenya Marine Fisheries Research Institute, Mombasa
Local tutor: Professor Dr. J. M. Kanzungu
Participation: GAME I

Last update: June 2017


Mombasa, with a population of 900,000 Kenya’s second largest city, is marked by one of east Africa’s most important deep-water ports and also by gorgeous beaches. Its distance to the equator is about 280 miles.

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Malaysia

 

Institute: Kolej Universiti Sains Dan Teknologi Malaysia (KUSTEM), Kuala Terengganu
Local tutors: Professor Dr. Liew Hock Chark, Dr. Zaleeha Kassim
Participation: GAME III, IV, V

Last update: June 2017


One of the few GAME study sites in the tropics. Kuala Terengganu is situated at the eastern coast of the Malacca peninsula in the South China Sea about 190 miles north of Kuala Lumpur. Sandy beaches and coral reefs are characterising the shore.

Preparations for a boat trip in Kuala Terengganu. Photo: Carolin Herbon

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Institute:Instituto Ciencas del Mar y Limnologia in Puerto Morelos
Local tutors: Professor Dr. Vivianne Solis-Weiss
Participation: GAME XI, XIIGAME projects

Last update: June 2017

The Instituto de Ciencias del Mar y Limnología (Institute of Marine Sciences and Limnology) belongs to the Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México (Autonomous National University of Mexico: UNAM). UNAM is the largest university of Latin America and the oldest on the continent. The institute in Puerto Morelos on the Yucatan peninsula is quite small and the 14 researchers, the students and visiting scientists, who work here, create a familiar atmosphere right next to the ocean front. 

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New Zealand

Institute: Leigh Marine Laboratory, University of Auckland, Leigh
Local tutor: Dr. Mark Costello
Participation: projects III, IV, V, VI, VII

Last update: June 2017

The study sites are located in the northern part of New Zealand, approximately 50 miles north of Auckland, where the Leigh Marine Laboratory borders the Goat Island Marine Reserve. It provides superior working possibilities and an experimental basin which is directly connected to the sea over a pump system. GAME sea water experiments take place in the near-by Leigh

Leigh Marine Laboratory. Photo: Saskia Otto

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Poland

 

Institute: Uniwersytet Gdanski, Gdynia and Gdansk
Local tutors: Professor Dr. Anna Szianawska
Participation: GAME IV

Last update: June 2017


Besides Tvärminne (Finland) the Polish cities Gdynia and Gdansk were two other GAME study sites on the Baltic Sea, which, as a brackish system, provides particular ecological conditions.

Preparation of the experiments in the harbour of Gdansk. Photo: Anna Dziubinska

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Portugal

  1. Institute: Universidade do Algarve, Faro
    Local tutor: Dr. Martin Sprunge & Dr. Ester Serrao
    Participation: project I

    Faro is a city and municipality in southern Portugal. It is the seat of the district of Faro and capital of the Algarve region. The University of the Algarve (Universidade do Algarve) was founded in 1979; it is particularly well-known for its marine biology, fisheries and oceanography courses, offered by its Marine and Environmental Sciences Faculty.

  2. Institute: Universidade da Madeira, Funchal on Madeira
    Local tutor: Dr. Manfred Kaufmann (2003-2008), Dr. Joao Canning-Clode (since 2013)
    Participation: project GAME projects II, III, IV, V, VI, XI, XII, XIII, XIV, XV

    Far away from the African coastline, the sheltered bays of Madeira Island provide interesting study sites for the GAME experiments. The sea water here is very oligotrophic, such that many bigger fouling community organisms, esp. molluscs, are missing. Consequently, aufwuchs-communities are dominated by algae.

  3. Institute: Universidade de Lisboa, Lisbon
    Local tutor: Dr. Joao Canning-Clode
    Participation: project X

    The marine-biological Lab of the University of Lisbon is located rigth at the rocky shore of Guia-Cascais.

Last update: June 2017

  • The bay of Funchal. Photo: João Canning Clode
  • Like a fortress the institute in Guia-Cascais towers on the rocks right at the Atlantic Ocean. Foto: Marie Garcia

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Lala Nek beach, Maputaland Marine Protected Area, KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa.

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South Korea

 

Institute: Sungkyunkwan University, Suwon
Local tutor: Professor Dr. Jeong Ha Kim
Participation: GAME II

Last update: June 2017


The city of Suwon is located about 30 miles south of Seoul near the Yellow Sea coast.

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Sweden

Institute: Sven Lovén Centre for Marine Sciences, University of Gothenburg, Tjärnö
Local tutor: Dr. Henrik Pavia
Participation: project I, II

Last update: June 2017

Situated on the Swedish west coast the University of Gothenburg maintains a well equipped station with numerous research opportunities, among them, e.g. a big and regulatable mesocosm facility which can serve to simulate future climate scenarios. Also part of the Lovén Centre is a biological field station on the island of Tjärnö. The Centre is a member of the European Association of Marine Biological Laboratories. At this site GAME projects were tutored by Dr Henrik Pavia.

Deployment of the experimental set-ups in spring 2004 in Tjärnö, Sweden.

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Wissenschaftliche Koordination: Dr. Mark Lenz, e-mail: mlenz@geomar.de

Wissenschaftliche Leitung: Prof. Dr. Martin Wahl, e-mail: mwahl@geomar.de

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Kontakt

Wissenschaftlicher Koordinator:

GEOMAR Helmholtz-Zentrum für Ozeanforschung Kiel
Düsternbrooker Weg 20 
24105 Kiel 
Telefon: 0431 600-4576
Telefax: 0431 600-1671
e-mail: mlenz(at)geomar.de

Wissenschaftlicher Leiter:

Professor Dr. Martin Wahl
email: mwahl(at)geomar.de

 

Fundraising:

Dipl.-Biol. Annette Tempelmann

email: atempelmann(at)geomar.de

Telefon: 0176 76 902 809

 

 

GAME-Projekte

Projekte

2016: GAME XIV

2015: GAME XIII

2014: GAME XII

2013: GAME XI

2012: GAME X

2011: GAME IX

2010 - 2011: GAME VIII
2009 - 2010: GAME VII
2007 - 2009: GAME VI
2006 - 2008: GAME V
2000 - 2007: GAME I - IV