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This is the dump site for most of my presentations since 2002, including conference and seminar talks, as well as courses on summer, autumn, winter and spring schools. Please report any non-working links to presentation or video files.

  1. Observations and numerical simulations of small-scale turbulence in oceanic boundary layers, 27th General Assembly of the European Geophysical Society, Nice, France, April 21-26, 2002.[pdf]
  2. Integration of TVD-advection schemes into 3D, 34th International Liège Colloquium on Ocean Dynamics (Tracer methods in geophysical fluid dynamics) Liège, May 6-10 2002[pdf]
  3. Turbulenzmodellierung (in german), Seminar of the Physical Oceanography and Instrumentation Department at the Baltic Sea Research Institute Warnemünde, May 21, 2002.[pdf]
  4. The dynamics of turbidity zones in tidal estuaries (with Manuel Ruiz Villarreal), GHAMES Seminar, University of Liège, June 13 2002. [pdf] (with animations)
  5. GETM - a General Estuarine Transport Model (with Karsten Bolding), JONSMOD 2002, University of Liège, July 8-10 2002. [pdf] (with animations)
  6. Two-equation turbulence models for boundary layer flows, NOPP Workshop on a Community Model for Coastal Sediment Transport, Williamsburg, Virginia, September 29 - October 2, 2002. [pdf] (with animations)
  7. Advances and challenges in coastal and estuarine modelling, COFDL Seminar, Woods Holes Oceanographic Institution, October 4, 2002. [pdf] (with animations)
  8. A General Estarine Transport Model (with Karsten Bolding, Jean-Marie Beckers, Manuel Ruiz Villarreal, and Emil Stanev), Seminar of the Physical Oceanography and Instrumentation Department at the Baltic Sea Research Institute Warnemünde, November 5, 2002.[pdf]
  9. Turbulenzmodellierung: Nische für Theoretiker oder Werkzeug für alle ? (in german), Colloquium of the Baltic Sea Research Institute Warnemünde, November 26, 2002.[pdf] (with animations)
  10. Quantifizierung mariner Turbulenz durch Beobachtungen und numerische Simulationen (in german), Meeting of the Baltic Sea Research Institute Warnemünde-Kuratorium, January 16, 2003.[pdf] (with animations)
  11. Dynamik von Trübungszonen in Gezeitenästuaren, FWG-Kolloquium, Kiel, Germany, February 12, 2003.[pdf] (with animations)
  12. GETM, A General Estarine Transport Model (with Karsten Bolding, Jean-Marie Beckers, Manuel Ruiz Villarreal, and Emil Stanev), 2. WLA-Workshop "Gemeinschaftsmodelle für die Deutsche Klimaforschung" in Hamburg, Germany, February 20-21, 2003. [pdf]
  13. Modellierung von Ästuaren - (k)ein Randgebiet der Ozeanographie, Vortragsveranstaltung anlässlich der Verabschiedung von Prof. Dr. Jürgen Sündermann in Hamburg, Germany, March 28, 2003.
  14. Numerische Verfahren zur Lösung partieller Differentialgleichungen in der Physikalischen Ozeanographie, Forschungsseminar Numerik, Univerität Rostock, June 11, 2003. [pdf]
  15. Applied statistical turbulence modelling in marine waters, Gordon Research Conference on Coastal Ocean Modelling, June 22-27, 2003, Colby-Sawyer, NH. [pdf]
  16. Offshore-Windparks in der Ostsee: Einwände aus der Sicht der Meereskunde, Warnemünder Abende, September 8, 2003, Warnemünde, Germany. [pdf]
  17. Potential impact of offshore windparks on deep water renewal in the Baltic Sea, Summer School on Ecological Coastal Perspectives, September 10, 2003, List, Germany. [pdf]
  18. Observations and numerical modelling of mixed layer turbulence: Do they represent the same statistical quantities ?, First Warnemünde Turbulence Days, September 17-20, 2003, Warnemünde, Germany. [pdf]
  19. Statistical turbulence modelling in the oceanic mixed layer, Seminar at Bjerknes Centre, October 16, 2003, Bergen, Norway. [pdf]
  20. Wie funktioniert die Ostsee, Physiktag 2003, University of Rostock October 28, 2003, Rostock, Germany. [pdf]
  21. Recent advances in oceanic mixed-layer modelling, Seminar at Istituto Nazionale Geofisica e Vulcanologia, November 24, 2003, Bologna, Italy. [pdf]
  22. Building an Open Source work bench for marine biogeochemical models of the water column (with Karsten Bolding, Thomas Neumann, Wolfgang Fennel, Torsten Seifert, Lars Umlauf and Marie Maar), Meeting of ICES Working Group on Physical-Biological Interaction, Barcelona, Spain, March 10-11, 2004. [pdf]
  23. Lagrangian particle modelling in inhomogeneous turbulent flow (with Karsten Bolding, and Lars Umlauf), Seminar of the Physics Department of the Baltic Sea Research Institute Warnemünde, Germany, May 11, 2004. [pdf]
  24. Modelling buoyancy effects in the coastal zone (with Karsten Bolding), Seminar of the Institute for Chemistry and Biology of the Marine Environment (ICBM), University of Oldenburg, Germany, May 26, 2004. [pdf] (with animations)
  25. General Estuarine Transport Model (GETM) - History and Future Outlook (with Karsten Bolding), First GETM User Workshop Baaring Hojskole, Baaring, Denmark, June 6-9, 2004. [pdf]
  26. Physics and Numerics in GETM(with Karsten Bolding), First GETM User Workshop Baaring Hojskole, Baaring, Denmark, June 6-9, 2004. [pdf]
  27. Transport and Mixing in the Arkona Sea (with Karsten Bolding and Lars Umlauf), First GETM User Workshop Baaring Hojskole, Baaring, Denmark, June 6-9, 2004. [pdf]
  28. Patankar-type positive-definite and conservative solvers for reactive terms in biogeochemical models (with Andreas Meister and Eric Deleersnijder), JONSMOD Conference, Warnemünde, Germany, June 14-16, 2004. [pdf]
  29. Statistical Modelling of Marine Turbulence, Seminar of the Leibniz-Institute of Atmospheric Physics Kühlungsborn, Germany, June 24, 2004. [pdf]
  30. Idealistic numerical modelling in the Arkona Sea (with Lars Umlauf), QuantAS Workshop at FWG Kiel, Germany, August 26, 2004. [pdf]
  31. Potential impact of offshore wind farms on water renewal in the Baltic Sea, GKSS-AWI-IOW Summerschool Büsum, Germany, September 8, 2004. [pdf]
  32. Adaptive vertical grids in numerical ocean models (with Jean-Marie Beckers), DFG-Rundgespräch Metström, Walberberg, Germany, September 23, 2004. [pdf]
  33. Dynamics of medium-intensity dense water plumes in the Arkona Basin, Baltic Sea (with Hans Ulrich Lass, Volker Mohrholz, Lars Umlauf, Jürgen Sellschopp, Volker Fiekas, Karsten Bolding, and Lars Arneborg), Conference on Physics of Estuaries and Coastal Seas Merida, Mexico, October 18-22, 2004. [pdf]
  34. Observations and simulations of a salt water intrusion into the Arkona Sea (with Hans Ulrich Lass, Volker Mohrholz, Lars Umlauf, Jürgen Sellschopp, Volker Fiekas, Karsten Bolding, and Lars Arneborg), Seminar of the Physical Oceanography and Instrumentation Department at the Baltic Sea Research Institute Warnemünde, November 2, 2004.[pdf]
  35. GOTM-BIO - Application to the Gotland basin (with Thomas Neumann and Karsten Bolding), Seminar at the oxygen depletion project group at the Baltic Sea Research Institute Warnemünde, November 4, 2004.[pdf]
  36. GOTM goes biogeochemical - Application to Gotland Sea (with Thomas Neumann and Karsten Bolding), Workshop of the MaBenE Project, November 24-26, 2004.[pdf]
  37. One-dimensional physical modelling in Loegstoer Bredning (with Karsten Bolding), Workshop of the MaBenE Project, November 24-26, 2004.[pdf]
  38. Biogeochemical models in GOTM (with Lars Umlauf, Karsten Bolding, and Thomas Neumann), Seminar of the Physical Oceanography and Instrumentation Department at the Baltic Sea Research Institute Warnemünde, December 21, 2004.[pdf]
  39. Background of QuantAS-Off (with Hans Ulrich Lass), Kick-Off Meeting of the QuantAS-Off project, Warnemünde, January 10-11, 2005.[pdf]
  40. Overview over QuantAS-Off project (with Hans Ulrich Lass), Kick-Off Meeting of the QuantAS-Off project, Warnemünde, January 10-11, 2005.[pdf]
  41. Regional scale observations and modelling for Arkona Sea (with Hans Ulrich Lass), Kick-Off Meeting of the QuantAS-Off project, Warnemünde, January 10-11, 2005.[pdf]
  42. Idealised modelling of mixing in Arkona Sea (with Hans Ulrich Lass, Volker Mohrholz, Lars Umlauf, Jürgen Sellschopp, Volker Fiekas, Karsten Bolding and Lars Arneborg), Kick-Off Meeting of the QuantAS-Off project, Warnemünde, January 10-11, 2005.[pdf]
  43. Entstehung und Ausbreitung von Tsunamis (with Jan Harff, in german), Populärwissenschaftlicher Vortrag, organised by Baltic Sea Research Institute and Institut für Physik der Universität Rostock, Rostock, January 26, 2005.[pdf]
  44. Einfluss von Offshore-Windanlagen auf den Wasseraustausch zwischen Nord- und Ostsee (in german), Lecture at a meeting of the Nationalparkamt Vorpommersche Boddenlandschaft, Wieck a. Darss, Germany, February 15, 2005.[pdf]
  45. QuantAS-Nat - project description (with Hans Ulrich Lass), FS 1 Seminar of the Baltic Sea Research Institute Warnemünde, Warnemünde, Germany, March 7, 2005.[pdf]
  46. Description of a flexible and extendable physical and biogeochemical model system for the water column (with Karsten Bolding, Wilfried Kühn, Andreas Meister, Thomas Neumann, and Lars Umlauf), FS 2 Seminar of the Baltic Sea Research Institute Warnemünde, Warnemünde, Germany, March 13, 2005.[pdf]
  47. GOTM goes biogeochemical: Application to North Sea and Gotland Sea (with Karsten Bolding, Wilfried Kühn, Andreas Meister, Thomas Neumann, Lars Umlauf), Seminar at the Tokyo University of Marine Science and Technology, Tokyo, Japan, April 1, 2005.[pdf]
  48. Lagrangian particle modelling in inhomogeneous turbulent flow (with Lars Umlauf and Karsten Bolding), Seminar at the Tokyo University of Marine Science and Technology, Tokyo, Japan, April 1, 2005.[pdf]
  49. Dynamics of medium-intensity dense water plumes in the Arkona Basin (Western Baltic Sea) (poster with Hans Ulrich Lass, Volker Mohrholz, Lars Umlauf, Jürgen Sellschopp, Volker Fiekas, Karsten Bolding and Lars Arneborg), General Assembly of the European Geosciences Union, Wien, Austria, April 27, 2005.[pdf]
  50. Estuarine to shelf sea modelling with the General Estuarine Transport Model (GETM) (with Karsten Bolding, Lars Umlauf, Jean-Marie Beckers, Manuel Ruiz Villarreal, Emil Stanev and Bjarne Büchmann), General Assembly of the European Geosciences Union, Wien, Austria, April 28, 2005.[pdf]
  51. Dynamics of medium-intensity dense water plumes in the Arkona Basin, Western Baltic Sea (with Hans Ulrich Lass, Volker Mohrholz, Lars Umlauf, Jürgen Sellschopp, Volker Fiekas, Karsten Bolding and Lars Arneborg), Baltic Sea Science Conference 2005 , Sopot, Poland, June 21, 2005.[pdf]
  52. Baltic Sea Model Assesment Study (BaltMASt). A project suggestion (with Frank Janssen, Martin Schmidt and Torsten Seifert), Baltic Sea Science Conference 2005 , Sopot, Poland, June 22, 2005.[pdf]
  53. Turbulence and mixing in the ocean - research examples from IOW, Student's Information Colloquium at the Physics Institute of the University of Rostock, Germany, July 6, 2005.[pdf]
  54. Ebbe und Flut - Über die Entstehung von Gezeiten, Warnemünder Abend, Warnemünde, Germany, September 1, 2005. [ppt]
  55. Human impact on the physics of the Baltic Sea International Summer School on Coastal and Marine Management - Baltic Sea and North Sea, Warnemünde, Germany, September 5, 2005.[pdf]
  56. Simulating buoyant plumes in the coastal zone using the General Estuarine Transport Model (with Karsten Bolding, Lars Umlauf and Frank Janssen), Coastal Processes Workshop, Liverpool, UK, September 7-9, 2005.[pdf]
  57. General Ocean Turbulence Model - Recent advances and future plans (with Lars Umlauf, Andreas Meister, Thomas Neumann and Karsten Bolding), Second Warnemünde Turbulence Days, Warnemünde, Germany, September 28-30, 2005.[pdf]
  58. An integrated model environment for MabenE based on GOTM and GETM (with Karsten Bolding, Marie Maar and Richard Hofmeister), MaBenE project meeting, Brorfelde, Denmark, January 9-13, 2006.[pdf]
  59. QuantAS - Quantification of water mass transformation during Baltic Sea inflows (with Frank janssen, Hans Ulrich Lass, Volker Mohrholz, Lars Umlauf, Jürgen Sellschopp, Volker Fiekas, Karsten Bolding and Lars Arneborg), GETM developers meeting, Ispra, Italy, January 18, 2006.[pdf]
  60. Numerical modelling of SImPSon, John Simpson Retirement Conference, Bangor, Wales, April 11, 2006.[ppt][odp]
  61. Parameterising the wave-current bottom boundary layer (with Alejandro Souza), Presentation at the Coastal and Hydraulics Laboratory of the US Army Corps of Engineers, Vicksburg, Mississippi, May 1-2, 2006.[pdf]
  62. Können Offshore-Windparks die Arkonasee aufmischen ? Vortrag zum Umwelttag in Stralsund, Stralsund, Germany, June 5, 2006.[ppt][avi][avi]
  63. Mögliche Auswirkungen von Offshore-Windkraftanlagen auf den Wasseraustausch der Ostsee. BSH Symposium, Hamburg, Germany, June 14, 2006.[ppt][avi][avi]
  64. Küstenmeere im Wandel - Konzept für einen Sonderforschungsbereich des IOW und der Universität Rostock. SFB-Vorbereitungstreffen, Rostock-Diedrichshagen, Germany, July 10, 2006.[ppt]
  65. Status of QuantAS in August 2006. Workshop of the QuantAS project cluster, Warnemünde, Germany, August 31, 2006. [ppt]
  66. Anmerkungen zur Zukunft der Lehre in der Klimaforschung (in german). Celebration of the 50th Anniversary of IfM Hamburg, Hamburg, October 12, 2006. [pdf]
  67. Wieviele Brücken und Windparks vertägt die Westliche Ostsee ? (with Hans Ulrich Lass, Lars Umlauf, Karsten Bolding, Frank Janssen, Volker Mohrholz, Toralf Heene). Samstagsuniversität, Rostock, November 4, 2006. [ppt][avi][avi]
  68. Dynamics of dense overflows - detailed studies from the Western Baltic Sea (with Hans Ulrich Lass, Lars Umlauf, Karsten Bolding, Frank Janssen, Volker Mohrholz). Geophysical Colloquium, Hamburg, Germany, November 9, 2006.[ppt][avi][avi] [avi]
  69. Offshore-Windkraftanlagen: Mögliche Auswirkungen auf den Wasseraustausch der Ostsee. 2. Wissenschaftstage des BMU zur Offshore-Windenergienutzung. Berlin, February 20-21, 2007. [ppt] [avi] [avi].
  70. What is GOTM ? (with Inga Hense). SOPRAN Kick-off meeting, Kiel, Germany, March 15, 2007. [ppt]
  71. Impact of density gradients on net sediment transport into the Wadden Sea (with Joanna Staneva, Götz Flöser, Rolf Riethmüller, and Thomas Badewien). Seminar at TU Delft, Delft, The Netherlands, April 12, 2007. [ppt]
  72. Applications of the General Estuarine Transport Model (GETM) for coastal ocean process studies. Seminar at the Institute for Coastal Research, GKSS Research Centre, Geesthacht, Germany, April 19, 2007. [ppt]
  73. Applications of the General Estuarine Transport Model (GETM) to the Western Baltic Sea (with Frank Janssen, Lars Umlauf, Karsten Bolding, and Hannes Rennau). MAEWEST Workshop at LANU, Flintbek, Germany, April 24, 2007. [ppt]
  74. Estimates of vertical mixing due to dense bottom currents in the Western Baltic Sea (with frank Janssen, Karsten Bolding, Lars Umlauf, and Hannes Rennau). 39th Liege Colloquium and 3rd Warnemünde Turbulence Days on Turbulence Re-revisited, Liege, Belgium, May 7-11, 2007. [ppt]
  75. Impact of density gradients on net sediment transport into the Wadden Sea (with Joanna Staneva, Götz Flöser, Rolf Riethmüller, and Thomas Badewien). Seminar at ICBM , University of Oldenburg, Oldenburg, Germany, May 23, 2007. [ppt]
  76. Dynamics of dense overflows - detailed study from the Western Baltic Sea (with Hans Ulrich Lass, Lars Umlauf, Karsten Bolding, Frank Janssen, Volker Mohrholz and Hannes Rennau). Special FWG-Colloquium on the occasion of the retirement of Jürgen Sellschopp, Kiel, Germany, May 30, 2007. [ppt], [avi], [avi], [avi]
  77. Comparative quantification of physically and numerically induced mixing in a coastal model application (with Hannes Rennau). XXIV General Assembly of IUGG, Session on Ocean Mixing, Perugia, Italy, July 2, 2007. [ppt]
  78. Some aspects of the North Sea and Baltic Sea hydrodynamics, Summer school on diversity and functionning of coastal habitats, List, Germany, July 18, 2007. [ppt]
  79. Impact of along-flow density gradients on sediment transport in estuaries (!), the Waden Sea (!?) and in lakes (?). 11th Workshop on Physical Processes in Natural Waters, Warnemünde, Germany, September 5, 2007. [ppt]
  80. Introduction to surface ocean modelling. SOPRAN GOTM School, Warnemünde, Germany, September 10-11, 2007. [ppt]
  81. Some GOTM physics. SOPRAN GOTM School, Warnemünde, Germany, September 10-11, 2007. [ppt]
  82. Some GOTM numerics. SOPRAN GOTM School, Warnemünde, Germany, September 10-11, 2007. [ppt]
  83. Wie kommt das Salz in die Ostsee ? Lecture for children at the Kinderuni, Rostock, Germany, September 19, 2007. [ppt] [avi]
  84. The invisible extremes: the dynamics of Baltic Sea inflow events, 10th Polish-German Seminar on Global Changes and Extreme Phenomena in the Baltic Sea, Gdansk, Poland, September 19-23, 2007. [ppt]
  85. Vertical mixing in the Baltic Sea: A review (with Jan Reissmann, Rainer Feistel, Eberhard Hagen, Hans Ulrich Lass, Volker Mohrholz, Günther Nausch, Lars Umlauf, and Gunda Wieczorek). Baltic2020 workshop on Hypoxia in the Baltic Sea, Lund University, Lund, Sweden, November 27, 2007. [ppt]
  86. Analysing internal causality and sensitivity to derive coastal sea responses to varying climate and anthropogenic forcing. Concept for an SFB at the University of Rostock. Seminar of the new profiling line 'Maritime systems' established at the University of Rostock, Rostock, December 13, 2007. [ppt]
  87. Status of the QuantAS-Off regional scale dynamical studies (with Frank Janssen, Hans Ulrich Lass, Volker Mohrholz, Hannes Rennau, and Lars Umlauf). Status seminar of the QuantAS-Off project, Warnemünde, Germany, December 17, 2007. [ppt]
  88. Burchard, H., Density-driven circulation in the Wadden Sea and its impact on net transport of particulate suspended matter, 5th symposium of the Wadden Academy:'Towards a trilateral research agenda', 8-10 December 2010, Leeuwarden, The Netherlands.
  89. Tidal straining as major driver for estuarine circulation in tidally energetic estuaries. Poster presented at the Gordon Conference for Coastal Ocean Modelling, Mount Holyoke College, South Hadley, MA, USA, June 26-July 1, 2011.
  90. Das Wattenmeer: wird es ansteigendem Meeresspiegel untergehen ? Warnemünder Abend, Leibniz-Institut für Ostseeforschung Warnemünde, Rostock, Germany, August, 18, 2011.
  91. Improved representation of Baltic Sea transport and mixing processes with bottom-fitted adaptive coordinates, Baltic Sea Science Congress, St. Petersburg, Russia, August 23, 2011.
  92. Effect of estuarine circulation on net sediment transport, 5th Warnemünde Turbulence Days, Vilm, Germany, September 7, 2011.
  93. Introduction to coastal oceanography, DPG – Physics Summer School. "Physics of the Ocean", Physikzentrum Bad Honnef, Germany, September 12, 2011. [ppt]
  94. Vertically adaptive coordinates reduce numerical mixing in ocean models: Baltic Sea inflows as a case study, Applied Ocean Physics and Engineering (AOPE) Seminars, Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution, Woods Hole, MA, USA, September 21, 2011.
  95. Estuarine circulation and particulate matter transport in tidally energetic environments with examples from the Wadden Sea (South-Eastern North Sea), seminar at Rutgers University, New Brunswik, NJ, USA, October 25, 2011.
  96. Estuarine sediment fluxes due to tidal straining, seminar of the Coastal and Ocean Fluid Mechanics Laboratory (COFDL) , Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution, Woods Hole, MA, USA, October 28, 2011.
  97. Dynamics of dense bottom currents in the Western Baltic Sea, seminar of the University of Connecticut, Groton, CT, USA, November 4, 2011.
  98. Estuarine circulation and particulate matter transport in tidally energetic environments with examples from the Wadden Sea (South-Eastern North Sea), seminar at Texas A&M University, College Station, TX, USA, November 28, 2011.
  99. Analysing numerical mixing and dissipation for discretisations of the advection equation, with applications to ocean modelling. Workshop on Recent Developments in the Numerics of Nonlinear
    Hyperbolic Conservation Laws and their Use in Science and Engineering, Oberwolfach, Germany, January 16-20, 2012.
  100. What can limnologists learn from oceanographers (and vice versa)? UFZ-Seminar "Wasser und Umwelt", Magdeburg, Gemany, April 25, 2012.
  101. Density-driven hydrodynamic processes in the Wadden Sea and their potential effects on sediment transport, Seminar at Deltares, Delft, The Netherlands, June 5, 2012.
  102. High-resolution 3D modelling of oceanic fine structures using vertically adaptive coordinates (with Ulf Gräwe, Richard Hofmeister, Peter Holtermann, Inga Hense and Jean-Marie Beckers), workshop on “Advances and  challenges for understanding physical-biological interactions in HABs in  Stratified Environments”, Monterey Bay Aquarium Research Institution (MBARI), Moss Landing, California, USA, 21-23 August 2012 [ppt]
  103. Estuarine circulation and sediment fluxes in tidally energetic environments with examples from the Wadden Sea (South-Eastern North Sea), United States Geological Survey, Santa Cruz, California, USA, 24.08.2012 [ppt]
  104. Adaptive vertical coordinates in ocean models: one way to effectively reproduce the Baltic Sea inflow dynamics. German-Polish Seminar, Greifswald, Germany, October 11, 2012.
  105. Thermohaline circulation of the Wadden Sea, Seminar, IUP Bremen, Germany November 6, 2012. [ppt] [avi] [avi][avi]
  106. Modelling the turbulent Wadden Sea: What's needed most? 13th International Scientific Wadden Sea Symposium,WTC Leeuwarden, The Netherlands, November 21-23, 2012. [ppt] [avi]
  107. Turbulent mixing and transport in the bottom boundary layer of coastal seas. External evaluation of the department "Maritime Systems" of the University of Rostock, Germany, November 26, 2012. [ppt] [avi] [avi] [avi]
  108. Thermohaline circulation of the Wadden Sea, Seminar, ZMAW, Hamburg, Germany, December 5, 2012 [ppt] [avi] [avi][avi]
  109. Dynamics of dense bottom currents into the Baltic Sea, IUP – AWI Blockseminar Ocean – Atmosphere – Cryosphere Interactions, Bremen, Germany, February 4, 2013. [ppt]
  110. Impacts of off-shore wind farms on inflows into the Baltic Sea (in german), HZG-Küstentagung, Hamburg, Germany, March 4-6, 2013. [pdf]
  111. Residual sediment fluxes in weakly-to-periodically stratified estuaries and tidal inlets, PACE project meeting, Helmholtz Centre Geesthacht, Geesthacht, Germany, April 24-26, 2013. [ppt]
  112. Thermohaline circulation in the Wadden Sea, Seminar, Helmoltz Centre for Geesthacht, Geesthacht, Germany, May 30, 2013. [ppt]
  113. Precipitation-evaporation driven estuarine circulation (PEEC) in tidal inlet systems (poster), Gordon Research Conference on Coastal Ocean Dynamics, Biddeford, Maine, USA, June 9-14, 2013. [pdf]
  114. About the advantages of vertically adaptive coordinates in numerical models of stratified shelf seas, IAHS - IAPSO - IASPEI Joint Assembly, Gothenburg, Sweden, Juli 22-26, 2013. [ppt]
  115. Reduction of numerical mixing by means of vertically adaptive coordinates in ocean models,  IAHS - IAPSO - IASPEI Joint Assembly, Gothenburg, Sweden, Juli 22-26, 2013. [ppt]
  116. Generation of bulk shear spikes in shallow stratified tidal seas, Warnemünde Turbulence Days, Isle of Vilm, Germany, August 12-15, 2013. [ppt]
  117. A coupled model system for shelf seas and marginal seas, Joint Meeting between TROPOS and IOW, Berlin, September 16-17, 2013. [ppt]
  118. Coastal Ocean dynamics. Course 4: Baltic Sea dynamics. Russian-German Master Programme for Polar and Marine Sciences (POMOR) at the St. Petersburg State University and the Univeristy of Hamburg. St. Petersburg, Russia, November 26, 2013. [ppt] [avi] [avi]
  119. From the Navier-Stokes equations via the Reynolds decomposition to a working turbulence closure model for the shallow water equations: The compromise between complexity and pragmatism. Winter short course on modelling and mixing in lakes, harbours and estuaries (MMTLHE14). Trieste, Italy, Feb. 10-12, 2014. [ppt] [avi]
  120. How to make a three-dimensional numerical model that works for lakes and estuaries? Winter short course on modelling and mixing in lakes, harbours and estuaries (MMTLHE14). Trieste, Italy, Feb. 10-12, 2014. [ppt] [avi][avi]
  121. Periodic straining, a process which lakes and estuaries have in common. Winter short course on modelling and mixing in lakes, harbours and estuaries (MMTLHE14). Trieste, Italy, Feb. 10-12, 2014. [ppt] [avi] [avi]
  122. Numerical model applications to lakes and estuaries with focus on transport and mixing of tracers. Winter short course on modelling and mixing in lakes, harbours and estuaries (MMTLHE14). Trieste, Italy, Feb. 10-12, 2014. [ppt] [avi] [avi] [avi] [avi] [avi] [avi]
  123. Quantification of spurious mixing and dissipation in ocean models: discrete variance decay in a finite-volume framework, Ocean Sciences Conference, Honolulu, Hawaii, USA, February 23-28, 2014 [ppt]
  124. The overturning circulation of the Baltic Sea and its ecological consequences, Seminar of the Geoscience Department at the University of Aarhus, Denmark, May 14, 2014. [ppt] [avi] [avi] [avi]
  125. Coastal Ocean Dynamics, Course 1: Hydrodynamics. The Nippon Foundation-POGO Centre of Excellence (NF-POGO CofE), Alfred-Wegener Instiute, List (Sylt), May 20, 2014. [ppt]
  126. Coastal Ocean Dynamics, Course 2: North Sea dynamics. The Nippon Foundation-POGO Centre of Excellence (NF-POGO CofE), Alfred-Wegener Instiute, List (Sylt), May 20, 2014. [ppt] [avi] [avi] [avi] [avi]
  127. Coastal Ocean Dynamics, Course 3: Estuarine dynamics. The Nippon Foundation-POGO Centre of Excellence (NF-POGO CofE), Alfred-Wegener Instiute, List (Sylt), May 21, 2014. [ppt] [avi]
  128. Coastal Ocean Dynamics, Course 4: Wadden Sea dynamics. The Nippon Foundation-POGO Centre of Excellence (NF-POGO CofE), Alfred-Wegener Instiute, List (Sylt), May 21, 2014. [ppt]
  129. Trying to model Greenland’s fjords with GETM. Kick-off workshop for the Green-Rise project. Warnemünde, June 4, 2014. [ppt] [avi]
  130. Introduction to Coastal Oceanography (focussing on estuarine circulation). DPG – Physics Summer School. "Physics of the Ocean", Physikzentrum Bad Honnef, Germany, September 8, 2014. [ppt] [pdf] [avi] [avi] [avi]
  131. Impact of estuarine convergence on residual circulation in tidally energetic estuaries and inlets, 17th Conference of Physics of Estuaries and Coastal Seas (PECS), Porto de Galinhas, Brasil, October 19-23, 2014 [ppt]
  132. Thermohaline circulation in the Wadden Sea, Seminar of the Institute of Chemistry and Biology of the Marine Environment (ICBM), Oldenburg, Germany, December 3, 2014 [ppt]
  133. Buoyancy influences on dynamics of coastal seas, Seminar of the Biological Station Helgoland of the Alfred-Wegener-Institut Zentrum für Polar- und Meeresforschung, Helgoland, Germany, February 11, 2015. [ppt]
  134. Physical drivers of sediment transport into estuaries and tidal inlets. Ems-Scheldt Workshop 2015, Delmenhorst, Germany, February 13, 2015. [ppt]
  135. KüNO: Küstenforschung Nordsee/Ostsee. Ein Überblick. Kolloquium des Forschungszentrums Küste. Hannover, February 26, 2015. [ppt]
  136. Can Einstein's tea leaves save the Wadden Sea from drowning? Annual Meeting of the German Physical Society (DPG), Heidelberg, March 26, 2015. [ppt]
  137. Numerische Modelle in der Küstenozeanographie: Status und Perspektiven. Symposium "Küste2025", Hamburg-Altona, 15.-17.04. 2015. [ppt]
  138. What makes an ocean model coastal? Coastal Ocean Modelling Workshop, Bremen, Germany, May 18, 2015 [ppt]
  139. Buoyancy and wind influences on estuarine circulation in tidally energetic channels. IOW, Department Seminar, Warnemünde, Germany, June 02, 2015 [ppt]
  140. From sediment transport to morphodynamics in the Wadden Sea. Seminar of the Intercoast Graduate School, MARUM, Bremen, Germany, September 9, 2015 [ppt]
  141. How to write a proposal (in german). IOW Skills weeks, Warnemünde, Germany, October 12, 2015 [ppt]
  142. Coastal Ocean Dynamics. 1. course: Introduction. POMOR. St. Petersburg, Russia. November 2015. [ppt]
  143. Coastal Ocean Dynamics. 2. course: Hydrodynamics. POMOR. St. Petersburg, Russia. November 2015. [ppt][gif][avi]
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