My research focuses on the development and application of models that are designed to advance our understanding of the global biogeochemical dynamics and elucidate the environmental controls on past, present and future carbon cycling and climate. I am especially interested in the diagenetic transformations and burial of carbon in marine sediments on different spatial and temporal scales and its impact on global biogeochemical cycles and climate. In addition, I am also interested in the biogeochemical dynamics of the land-ocean continuum and the influence of the estuarine filter on carbon and nutrient fluxes.
2004 Diplom (Msc) Marine Environmental Sciences, cum laude
Carl-von-Ossietzky Universitaet Oldenburg, Germany
Thesis: Diagenetic Modeling of Porewaterprofiles from ODP Leg 207 (Demerara Rise)
Advisors: Prof. H.-J. Brumsack, Prof. K. Wirtz
2008 PhD Geosciences
Utrecht University, The Netherlands
Thesis: Biogeochemical Transformations and Fluxes in Redox-Stratified Environments: From the Shallow, Coastal Ocean to the Deep Subsurface
Advisors: Prof. P. Regnier, Prof. P. Van Cappellen
2008-2010 Rubicon (NWO) Postdoctoral Fellow, CNRS, LMTG, Observatoire Midi-Pyrenees, Toulouse, France
2010-2011 Postdoctoral Researcher, Utrecht University, Utrecht, The Netherlands
2011-2014 NERC Fellow at the School of Geographical Sciences, University of Bristol, UK
2012- Lecturer at the School ...
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