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Heidelberg University
Institute of Earth Sciences
Im Neuenheimer Feld 234
69120 Heidelberg

Phone: +49 6221 54-5983
Fax: +49 6221 54-5503

 

Past Ocean Dynamics

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Dr. Jörg Lippold, Research group leader

Research interests

  • climate dynamics and ocean circulation from glacial/interglacial to human development timescales
  • mechanisms and feedbacks of rapid climate changes
  • stability of the Atlantic thermohaline circulation
  • measuring key parameters of biogeochemical cycles
  • deep sea sediments
  • analyses of radiogenic and radioactive tracers for geochemical purposes

Contact

Institute of Earth Sciences
Im Neuenheimer Feld 234, Room: 503
69120 Heidelberg

+49 6221 54-5983
joerg.lippold@geow.uni-heidelberg.de


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Dr. Patrick Blaser, Postdoc (CV)

Research interests

  • relation between ocean circulation and climate change
  • deep water formation in the North Atlantic during the last Glacial and today
  • development and improvement of proxy methods
  • behaviour of authigenic trace metals in marine sediments

Contact

Institute of Earth Sciences
Im Neuenheimer Feld 234, Room: 506
69120 Heidelberg

+49 6221 54-4899
patrick.blaser@geow.uni-heidelberg.de


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Frerk Pöppelmeier, PhD student

Research interests

  • feedback mechanisms between ocean and climate
  • reconstructing past Atlantic circulation
  • improving the understanding of the Nd isotope proxy in the past
  • applications of the εNd and 231Pa/230Th proxies
  • inverse modelling of 231Pa/230Th proxy data

Contact

Institute of Earth Sciences
Im Neuenheimer Feld 234, Room: 505
69120 Heidelberg

+49 6221 54-6063
frerk.poeppelmeier@geow.uni-heidelberg.de


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Finn Süfke, PhD student

Research interests

  • past Atlantic deep water circulation
  • large scale application of the ocean circulation proxy 231Pa/230Th
  • reconstructing weathering intensity with Pb-isotopes
  • improvement of analytical techniques

Contact

Institute of Earth Sciences
Im Neuenheimer Feld 234, Room: 505
69120 Heidelberg

+49 6221 54-6063
finn.suefke@geow.uni-heidelberg.de


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Jasmin Link*, PhD student

Research interests

  • Reconstruction of circulation patterns during the last one million years using Nd isotopes
  • changes of the AMOC on millennial and orbital timescales
  • feedbacks and mechanisms of the climate system

Contact

Institute of Environmental Physics
Im Neuenheimer Feld 229, Room: 414
69120 Heidelberg

+49 6221 54-6315
jasmin.link@iup.uni-heidelberg.de


Clara Kloecker

Gideon Goetze, Bachelor student

Research interests

  • Nd isotopes as a water mass tracer
  • Water mass changes in the eastern subpolar North Atlantic during the last 20 ka

Contact

Institute of Earth Sciences
Im Neuenheimer Feld 234, Room: 502
69120 Heidelberg

 


Clara Kloecker

Mara Neudert, Bachelor student

Research interests

  • 231Pa/230Th as a proxy for ocean circulation or as a proxy for past opal flux?

Contact

Institute of Earth Sciences
Im Neuenheimer Feld 234, Room: 502
69120 Heidelberg

 


Clara Kloecker

Maximilian Deeg, Bachelor student

Research interests

  • application of the 231Pa/230Th proxy in the North Atlantic

Contact

Institute of Earth Sciences
Im Neuenheimer Feld 234, Room: 502
69120 Heidelberg

 


Clara Kloecker

Rebecca Beutel, visiting student, University of Guelph

Research interests

  • Tracing continental dust in deep sea sediments

Contact

Institute of Earth Sciences
Im Neuenheimer Feld 234, Room: 502
69120 Heidelberg

 


 

1 co-supervised with Prof. Augusto Mangini
co-supervised with Prof. Samuel Jaccard
# co-supervised with Prof. Denis Scholz
* co-supervised with Prof. Norbert Frank

 

Former group members / students supervised by Jörg Lippold

Noam Vogt-Vincent, Exchange student from Oxford University, 2018, Project title: "Model simulations of reversible scavenging with regard to radiogenic Nd isotopes".

Clara Klöcker, Bachelor Geography, Institute of Earth Sciences, Heidelberg University, 2018, Bachelor thesis: "Using sortable silt to reconstruct Deep Western Boundary Current velocities". „Dietrich Barsch Award“ winner for the best Bachelor thesis in Physcial Geography, 2018.

Laura Hauck, Master Geology, Institute of Earth Sciences, Heidelberg University, 2017, Master thesis: “Rekonstruktion der Zirkulation im westlichen Nordatlanitk über die letzten 30 ka mittels der Neodymisotopie von Blake Bahama Outer Ridge Sedimenten“.

Vanessa Kullik, Master Geology, Institute of Earth Sciences, Heidelberg University, 2017, Master thesis: “Rekonstruktion der Zirkulation im NO-Atlantik der letzten 30 ka unter dem Einfluss von Mittelmeerwasser anhand der Neodymisotopie“.

Benny Antz* , PhD Geology, Institute of Environmental Physics, Heidelberg University, 2016, PhD thesis: “Flächendeckende Analyse der atlantischen Zirkulation während der Heinrich-Ereignisse 1 & 2“.

Prisca Lehmann , Master Chemistry, Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry, University of Bern, 2016, Master thesis: “Separation of radioisotpes 231Pa and 230Th from natural sample material“, (now CEP, University of Bern).

Benjamin Meier , Master Climate Sciences, co-supervised with Samuel Jaccard, Institute of Geological Sciences, University of Bern, 2015, Master thesis: “Evolution of the southwest Pacific across the last glacial cycle: Insights from a multi-proxy approach of biological export production“.

Evelyn Böhm1 , PhD Geology, Institute of Environmental Physics, Heidelberg University, 2014, PhD thesis: “Rekonstruktion der Atlantischen Zirkulation innerhalb des letzten Glazialen Zyklus“.

Maria Luiza L De Carvalho Ferreira1 , Bachelor Geology, Institute of Environmental Physics, Heidelberg University / Universidade Estadual Paulista, 2013, Bachelor thesis: “Water mass reconstruction by Nd isotopic analysis from mid Atlantic oceanic sediments”, (now University of Bristol).

David Wichmann* , Bachelor Physics, Institute of Environmental Physics, Heidelberg University, 2013, Bachelor thesis: “Untersuchung der Ozeanzirkulation vor Brasilien bis ins letzte Glazial mittels 231Pa/230Th“, (now Institute for Theoretical Physics, University of Cologne).

Quentas Supiramaniam1 , Diplom Physics, Institute of Environmental Physics, Heidelberg University, 2011, Diplom thesis: “Modellierung des sedimentären 231Pa/230Th im Atlantik“.

Emanuel Christner1 , Diplom Physics, Institute of Environmental Physics, Heidelberg University, 2011, Diplom thesis: “Deglaziale Beschleunigung der Zirkulation und koinzidenter Wassermassenwechsel im äquatorialen Atlantik“, (now Institute of Meteorology and Climate Research, KIT).

Kerstin Bauer# , Diplom Physics, co-supervised with Denis Scholz, Institute of Environmental Physics, Heidelberg University, 2011, Diplom thesis: “Untersuchung von diagenetisch veränderten fossilen Riffkorallen mit Pa/U am AMS und Th/U am TIMS“, (now ETH Zurich).

Alexander Hofmann1 , Diplom Physics, Institute of Environmental Physics, Heidelberg University, 2008, Diplom thesis: “231Pa/230Th - Ein Zirkulationstracer vor Südwest-Afrika?”.

 

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