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Dr. David Meyer

Dr. David Meyer
Leibniz-Institute for Baltic Sea Research
Department of Marine Chemistry
Seestrasse 15
18119 Rostock
Phone: +49 381 5197 354
Fax:       +49 381 5197 302

Research interests

  • development and application of underwater technology (e.g., in situ sensors, AUVs, profiling moorings, towed undulating measurement platforms)
  • spatiotemporal variability of physical and biogeochemical processes
  • global and regional ocean observing systems


Meyer D., Prien R.D., Rautmann L., Pallentin M., Waniek J.J., Schulz-Bull, D.E. (2018). In situ Determination of Nitrate and Hydrogen Sulfide in the Baltic Sea Using an Ultraviolet Spectrophotometer. Frontiers in Marine Science, 5:431.

Meyer, D., Lips, U., Prien, R.D., Naumann, M., Liblik, T., Schuffenhauer, I., Schulz-Bull, D.E. (2018). Quantification of dissolved oxygen dynamics in a semi-enclosed sea – A comparison of observational platforms. Continental Shelf Research, 169, 34-45.

Dellwig, O., Schnetger, B., Meyer, D., Pollehne, F., Häusler, K., Arz, H.W. (2018). Impact of the Major Baltic Inflow in 2014 on Manganese Cycling in the Gotland Deep (Baltic Sea). Frontiers in Marine Sciences, 5, 248.

Meyer, D., Prien, R.D., Dellwig, O., Waniek, J.J., Schuffenhauer, I., Donath, J., Krüger, S., Pallentin, M., Schulz-Bull, D.E. (2016). A Multi-Pumping Flow System for in Situ Measurements of Dissolved Manganese in Aquatic Systems. Sensors, 16 (12), 2027.

Meyer, D (2016). Glider Technology for Ocean Observations: A Review. Ocean Science Discussions, doi:10.5194/os-2016-40.

Meyer, D., Prien, R.D., Dellwig, O., Waniek, J.J., Schulz-Bull, D.E. (2014). Electrode measurements of the oxidation reduction potential in the Gotland Deep using moored profiling instrumentation. Estuarine, Coastal and Shelf Science, 141, 26-36.

Meyer, D., Prien, R.D., Dellwig, O., Connelly, D.P., Schulz-Bull, D.E. (2012). In situ determination of iron(II) in the anoxic zone of the central Baltic Sea using ferene as spectrophotometric reagent. Marine Chemistry, 130-131, 21-27.