Fellows Earth

Name Fellowship Bereiche Projekt Heimatinstitution bei Anreise
Aron Stubbins Assoc. Prof.  Dr.  Aron  Stubbins  11/10 - 01/11
07/11 - 10/11
05/12 - 06/12
10/13 - 11/13
  • Earth
  • Isolation, Sources, and Fate of Black Carbon in the Ocean
Skidaway Institute of Oceanography
USA
Vaidyanatha Subramanian Prof.  Dr.  Vaidyanatha  Subramanian  05/04 - 07/04
  • Earth
  • Geochemical Studies of Suspended and Surficial Sediments from the Ganges, Brahmaputra and Irrawady Rivers
Jawaharlal Nehru University
School of Environmental Sciences
INDIA
Alexey A. Sukhotin Dr.  Alexey A.  Sukhotin  11/02 - 08/03
09/11 - 10/11
01/11 - 01/11
01/12 - 02/12
01/13 - 02/13
01/14 - 02/14
01/18 - 02/18
  • Earth
  • Earth
  • A Multilevel Study of the Ageing Process in Mytilus Edulis in a Latitudinal Cline
  • Effect of Body Size on Metabolic Rate in Marine Invertebrates. Role of Fatty Acids Composition of Biomembranes
White Sea Biological Station
Zoological Institute of Russian Academy of Sciences
RUSSIA
Roger Everett Summons Prof.  Dr.  Roger Everett  Summons  01/08 - 08/08
06/16 - 08/16
  • Earth
  • Earth
  • Proxies for Cyanobacterial Primary Producers: Studies of Cultures, Modern Environments and Ancient Sediments
  • Studies of Microbial Lipids at Small Spatial Scales
Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Department Earth Atmospheric and Planetary Sciences
USA
Andreas Teske Prof.  Dr.  Andreas  Teske  12/07 - 05/08
08/11 - 12/11
01/20 - 07/20
  • Earth
  • Earth
  • Benthic Microbial Communities in Surficial and Deep Marine Sediments
  • Microbial Processing of Fossil Organic Carbon in Hydrothermal Sediments of the Guaymas Basin
University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill
Department of Marine Sciences
USA
David N. Thomas Prof.  Dr.  David N.  Thomas  02/01 - 07/01
07/02 - 08/02
07/03 - 07/03
  • Earth
  • The Biogeochemistry of Sea Ice
Bangor University
School of Ocean Sciences
UNITED KINGDOM
Stephen Timko Stephen  Timko  04/11 - 04/11
  • Earth
  • Iron Cycling and the Production of Reactive Oxygen Species in the Wadden See
University of South Carolina, Columbia
Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry
USA
Marta E. Torres Prof.  Dr.  Marta E.  Torres  04/13 - 07/13
05/14 - 08/14
06/15 - 08/15
04/17 - 07/17
08/18 - 08/18
  • Earth
  • Earth
  • Collaborative Studies on Fluid Migration Through the Oceanic Lithosphere: Role of Flow at Plate Boundaries on Chemical and Biological Change
  • Interplay of Subduction Tectonics, Sedimentation, and Carbon Cycling After an Extreme Subduction Erosion Event Offshore the Osa Peninsula of Costa Rica
Oregon State University
College of Oceanic & Atmospheric Sciences
USA
Miguel Vences Prof.  Dr.  Miguel  Vences  11/14 - 12/14
  • Earth
  • Evolution hautnah - biologische Vielfalt in Zeiten des globalen Wandels
Technische Universität Braunschweig
Zoologisches Institut
Abt. Evolutionsbiologie
Maria Vernet Dr.  Maria  Vernet  02/15 - 06/15
09/15 - 11/15
01/16 - 03/16
  • Earth
  • Small Might not Mean Less: Phytoplankton Cell Size and Carbon Cycling in Polar Waters
University of California, San Diego
Scripps Institution of Oceanography
Integrative Oceanography Division
USA
Gerard J.M. Versteegh Dr.  Gerard J.M.  Versteegh  01/04 - 05/04
09/04 - 01/05
  • Earth
  • Resistant Marine Biopolymers: Their Biosynthetic Evolution and Implications for Biogeochemical Cycles
Royal Netherlands Institute for Sea Research (NIOZ)
THE NETHERLANDS
John K. Volkman Dr.  John K.  Volkman  05/98 - 10/98
  • Earth
  • Neue Ansätze bei der Untersuschung des maritimen organischen Kohlenstoffzyklus
CSIRO
Division of Marine Research
AUSTRALIA
Gerrit Voordouw Prof.  Dr.  Gerrit  Voordouw  09/00 - 01/01
04/01 - 08/01
  • Earth
  • Molecular Biology of Behaviour and Metabolism of Sulfate reducing Bacteria in Marine Sediments
University of Calgary
Department of Biological Sciences
CANADA
Stuart Wakeham Prof.  Dr.  Stuart  Wakeham  03/03 - 08/03
03/08 - 06/08
09/11 - 12/11
  • Earth
  • Earth
  • 1. Biomarker and Isotope Studies of Organic Matter Cycling: A Focus on Bacteria and Archaea, 2. Microbial Ecology and Intact Polar Lipids in Marine Anoxic Basins
  • 3. Intact Polar Lipids in Marine Suboxic and Anoxic Water Columns
Skidaway Institute of Oceanography
USA
Scott D. Wankel Dr.  Scott D.  Wankel  08/18 - 06/19
  • Earth
  • Controls on Fungal Nitrogen Metabolisms in Coastal Ecosystems
Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution
Department of Marine Chemistry and Geochemistry
USA
Hannelore Waska Dr.  Hannelore  Waska  02/10 - 01/11
  • Earth
  • Do Subterranean Estuaries Impact Global Biogeochemical Cycles by Supplying Stable Organo-Mental Compounds to the Ocean? A Case Study in the Wadden Sea Tidal Flats.
SWITZERLAND
Gert Jan Weltje Dr.  Gert Jan  Weltje  11/07 - 12/07
01/08 - 03/08
  • Earth
  • Paleo-Environmental Reconstructions from Deep-Sea Clastics: Modelling of Provenance and Dispersal Based on Size-Composition Trends
Delft University of Technology
Faculty of Civil Engineering and Geosciences
Department of Geotechnology
THE NETHERLANDS
Michael J. Whiticar Prof.  Dr.  Michael J.  Whiticar  02/18 - 05/18
03/20 - 05/20
03/19 - 06/19
  • Earth
  • Methane on Earth - Understanding and Tracking Methane Occurrence and Interactions between the Bio-, Geo-, Hydro-, Cryo- and Athmospheres
University of Victoria
School of Earth and Ocean Sciences
Center for Earth, Oceans and Atmospheres
CANADA
Alexandra Worden Prof.  Dr.  Alexandra  Worden  04/15 - 06/15
02/16 - 04/16
  • Earth
  • Making Connections in the Marine Carbon Cycle: Distributions and Strategies of Eukaryotic Picophytoplankton
Monterey Bay Aquarium Research Institute (MBARI)
USA
Horacio E. Zagarese Prof.  Dr.  Horacio E.  Zagarese  02/19 - 11/19
  • Earth
  • Inorganic Carbon Limitation of Primary Production in Eutrophic Waters: Implications of Contemporary Increases in Atmospheric CO2 Concentration for Marine and Freshwater Environments
Universidad Nacional de San Martín
Laboratorio de Ecología y Fotobiología Acuática
UNSAM Campus Miguelete
ARGENTINA