Dr. rer. nat. Henk-Jan T. Hoving

Gruppenleiter

Deep-Sea Biology

Forschungsbereich 3: Marine Ökologie
Marine Evolutionsökologie

 

Büro:
Raum: A 35
Tel.: 0431 600-4566
E-Mail: hhoving@geomar.de

Anschrift:
Düsternbrooker Weg 20
24105 Kiel

 

 

Berufserfahrung / Ausbildung

2017-heute   Head of the Emmy Noether Junior Research Group 'The role of pelagic foodfalls in subsidizing deep-sea bottom communities in a changing ocean'

2013-2017   Future Ocean Postdoctoral fellow at GEOMAR – Helmholtz Centre for Ocean Research, Kiel, Germany.

2010-2013   Postdoctoral Fellow Monterey Bay Aquarium Research Institute (MBARI), Moss Landing, California, USA.

2009-2010   Honours College Coordinator, Faculty of Mathematics and Natural Sciences, University of Groningen, the Netherlands.

2008-2009   Lecturer (in Marine Biology and Invertebrate Zoology), Department of Ocean Ecosystems, Faculty of Mathematics and Natural Sciences, University of Groningen, the Netherlands.

2008   PhD Biology, University of Groningen, the Netherlands.

2002   MSc Biology, specialisation Marine Biology, University of Groningen, the Netherlands.

 

Wissenschaftliches Interesse

Henk-Jan Hoving leitet die Arbeitsgruppe 'Deep-Sea Biology', die sich mit Wachstum, Fortpflanzung, Biodiversität und der Nahrungsnetzökologie von Tiefseeorganismen, im Speziellen Cephalopoda (Kopffüßer) und gelatinösem Zooplankton, befasst.

Ein wichtiges Ziel seiner Arbeitsgruppe ist es, die Rolle der mittelgroßen pelagischen Fauna (Tintenfisch, Fisch und gelatinöses Plankton) in benthischen Tiefseegemeinschaften und der biologischen Kohlenstoffpumpe zu verstehen. Unsere Forschung beinhaltet die Dokumentation der biologischen Vielfalt und Verteilung mittelgroßer pelagischer Gemeinschaften, die Identifikation der in das Nahrungsnetz der Tiefsee involvierten Spezies, die Quantifizierung deren Beitrags zum Kohlenstoffbudget in der Tiefsee und die Erforschung von Aasfressergemeinschaften und deren Vorkommen in verschiedensten Regionen und Tiefen des Ozeans.

Die Arbeitsgruppe befasst sich auch mit der Frage, wie sich die pelagische Fauna an ein Leben in der Tiefsee anpasst, wobei der Schwerpunkt auf Wachstums-, Fortpflanzungs- und Nahrungsstrategien liegt. Dies hilft, die Lebensweise von pelagischen Lebewesen und Tiefseeorganismen zu verstehen und zu beobachten, wie diese mit dem Klimawandel und anderen Veränderungen der Umwelt umgehen.

Auszeichnungen

  • Verleihung der Emmy Noether Auszeichung, Deutsche Forschungsgemeinschaft (DFG)
  • Postdoctoral Fellowship, Cluster of Excellence 'Future Ocean', Deutsche Forschungsgemeinschaft (DFG)
  • Postdoctoral Fellowship of the Monterey bay Aquarium Research Institute funded by the David and Lucile Packard Foundation
  • Rubicon Postdoctoral Fellowship awarded by the Netherlands Organization for Scientific Research

Gremien

  • 2020   Associate Editor Marine Biology
  • 2019   Reviewer for DFG grant proposals
  • 2019   Thesis examiner Rhodes University, South Africa
  • 2013-2018    Member of the Cluster of Excellence ‘Future Ocean’
  • 2016-heute   Associate Editor Deep-Sea Research Part I: Oceanographic Research Papers.
  • 2015-heute   Editorial Board Member of Scientific Reports Nature Publishing Group
  • 2013   PhD examiner for Melbourne University, Australia
  • 2006-heute   Provided referee reports on manuscript submissions for 25 scientific journals.

  • Seit 2019   Invited member of the Helmholtz Pelagic Optics Initiative
  • Seit 2019   Member of the American Society for Limnology and Oceanography
  • Seit 2018   Invited member of the GEOMAR Technology and Logistics Council (“Beirat”)
  • Seit 2017   Member of the Deep-Sea Biology Society
  • Seit 2015   Collaborator in the SFB 754 "Climate-Biogeochemistry Interactions in the Tropical Ocean"
  • Seit 2015   Member of the Climate Change Working Group in the Deep Ocean Stewardship Initiative
  • Seit 2012   Elected council member of the Cephalopod International Advisory Council

 

Expeditionen

Ausfahrten der letzten 5 Jahre (gesamt 30 mehrtägige Schifffahrten; > 360 Tage)

2019   R/V Western Flyer, 7 days MBARI Midwater Ecology Expedition Monterey Bay. Chief scientist Dr. BH Robison

2019   FS Polarstern  PS121, 35 days, ancillary user project CARCASS investigating the role of plankton and nekton in the biological carbon pump using deep-sea landers, PELAGIOS, Multinet, CTD and eDNA collection. Chief Scientist Dr. K Metfies (AWI)

2019   FS Poseidon  POS532, 21 days investigating the role of gelatinous zooplankton in the biological carbon pump in Cape Verde waters, manned submersible JAGO, PELAGIOS, Multinet, CTD and eDNA collection. Chief Scientist Dr. HJT Hoving

2018   FS Heincke HEI518, 9 days investigating nekton and plankton in the Norwegian Sea. PELAGIOS, Multinet, Trawl, Baited camera landers. Chief Scientist Dr. U Piatkowski

2018   FS Poseidon  POS520, 17 days, Investigating pelagic communities in Cape Verde waters using manned submersible JAGO, PELAGIOS, Multinet, CTD and eDNA collection. Chief Scientist Dr. HJ

2017   FS Maria S. Merian MSM61, 9 days, Studying pelagic communities of macrozooplankton and nekton at time series station CVOO, Senghor seamount and mesoscale eddies. Deployment of seamount observatory. Chief Scientist Dr. B Fiedler

2017   FS Meteor M138, 33 days, Cruise for SFB754 project. Deployment PELAGIOS for investigating vertical ecological zonation of the oxygen minimum zone off Peru. Chief Scientist Prof. Dr. H Bange.

2016   FS Western Flyer, 7 days MBARI Midwater Ecology Expedition Monterey Bay. Chief scientist Dr. BH Robison

2015   FS Meteor, 38 days from Mindelo, Cape Verde to Recife, Brazil. Deployment of towed pelagic in situ observation system PELAGIOS. Chief scientist Prof. P Brandt

2015   FS Maria S. Merian, 19 days, Las Palmas, Spain to Mindelo, Cape Verde. Deployment of PELAGIOS, responsible for GEOMAR team (5 students and 1 technician). Chief scientist Dr. B Christiansen

2015   R/V Walther Herwig III, 16 days from Dakar, Senegal to Mindelo, Cape Verde. Mesopelagic trawl sampling. Chief Scientist Dr. H Fock

2015   R/V Western Flyer, 10 days La Paz to La Paz, Mexico. MBARI Midwater Ecology Expedition Gulf of California, pelagic ROV surveys. Chief scientist Dr. BH Robison

 

Ausgewählte Publikationen

Hoving, H.J.T., Neitzel, P., Hauss, H., Christiansen, S., Kiko, R., Robison, B.H., Silva, P, and Körtzinger, A. (2020) In situ observations show vertical community structure of pelagic fauna in the eastern tropical North Atlantic off Cape Verde. Scientific Reports 10:21798 doi.org/10.1038/s41598-020-78255-9

Lischka, A, Lacoue-Labarthe, T, Bustamante, P, Piatkowski, U, Hoving HJT. (2020) Trace elements in the boreoatlantic gonate squid (Gonatus fabricii) demonstrate its ecological key role in polar regions of the Atlantic Ocean. Environmental Pollution 256: 113389   https://doi.org/10.1016/j.envpol.2019.113389

Hoving, HJT, Christiansen, S, Fabrizius, E, Hauss, H, Kiko, R, Linke, P, Neitzel, P, Piatkowski, U. and Körtzinger, A. (2019) The Pelagic In situ Observation System (PELAGIOS) to reveal biodiversity, behavior and ecology of elusive oceanic fauna.Ocean Science 15 (5) 1327-1340 doi.org/10.5194/os-2018-131.

Christiansen, S*, Hoving, HJT*, Schütte,F, Hauss,H, Karstensen,H, Körtzinger,A, Schröder,S, Stemmann,L, Christiansen,B, PicheralM, Brandt,P, Robison,BH, Koch,R, Kiko, R. (2018) Particulate matter flux interception in oceanic mesoscale eddies by the polychaete Poeobius sp. Limnology and Oceanography https://doi.org/10.1002/lno.10926 *equal contribution

Schwarz, R, Piatkowski, U, Hoving, HJT. (2018) The impact of environmental temperature on the lifespan of octopods. Marine ecology Progress Series 605: 151-164       

Hoving HJT, Bush SL, Haddock SHD, Robison BH. (2017) Bathyal feasting: post-spawning squid as a source of carbon for deep-sea benthic communities. Proc. R. Soc. B 284: 20172096

Purser A, Marcon Y, Hoving, HJT, Vecchione M, Piatkowski U, Easone D. Bluhm H, Boetius A. (2016). Association of deep-sea incirrate octopods with manganese crusts and nodule fields in the Pacific Ocean. Current Biology Volume 26 (24), 1268-1269

Hoving HJT, Laptikhovsky VV, Robison BH. (2015).  Vampire squid’s reproductive strategy is unique among coleoid cephalopods. Current Biology   25 (8): 322–323

 

 

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