Fellows Earth

Name Fellowship Bereiche Projekt Heimatinstitution bei Anreise
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
George A. Zavarzin Prof.  Dr.  George A.  Zavarzin  12/00 - 03/01
  • Earth
  • Buchprojekt: „Naturwissenschaftliche Mikrobiologie“
Russian Academy of Sciences
Institute of Microbiology
Jing Zhang Prof.  Dr.  Jing  Zhang  09/13 - 12/13
  • Earth
  • Biogeochemical Studies and Data-Model Synergy in Marginal Seas
University of Toyama
Graduate School of Science and Engineering
Earth and Environmental System
Jing Zhang Prof.  Dr.  Jing  Zhang  07/18 - 11/18
04/14 - 08/14
  • Earth
  • Isolation and Determination of Trace Elements Combined with Organic Ligands in the Ocean
East China Normal University
State Key Laboratory of Estuarine and Coastal Research
Yinglong Joseph Zhang Assoc. Prof.  Dr.  Yinglong Joseph  Zhang  08/14 - 11/14
  • Earth
  • A Large-Scale Numerical Study of the North and Baltic Seas Using Unstructured Grids
Virginia Institute of Marine Science
The College of William and Mary
Center for Coastal Resources Management
Tatjana N. Zhilina Dr.  Tatjana N.  Zhilina  01/01 - 03/01
  • Earth
  • Physiology of New Anaerobic Alcaliphilic Bacteria
Russian Academy of Sciences
Institute of Microbiology
Wiebke Ziebis Assoc. Prof.  Dr.  Wiebke  Ziebis  07/18 - 04/19
  • Earth
  • 1. Oxygen in Deep-Sea Sediments Underlying Oligotrophic Ocean Gyres: A Changing Perspective on Deep-Subsurface Biogeochemical Processes; 2. Variations of N2O Production as a Response to a Changing and Dynamic Environment
University of Southern California, Los Angeles
Department of Biological Sciences
Marine Environmental Biology
Mikhail V. Zubkov Prof.  Dr.  Mikhail V.  Zubkov  03/16 - 05/16
09/15 - 11/15
  • Earth
  • How Do Prokaryotic Phototrophs Co-Exist with more Abundant Heterotrophs on the Oligotrophic Ocean Covering 40 % of Earth?
National Oceanography Centre, Southampton
Ocean Biogeochemistry & Ecosystems Research Group