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Prof. Dr. Gregor Rehder - Lebenslauf

1993              Diplom, Universität Bayreuth
1996              Ph.D., Universität Kiel
1993 - 1996  Doktorand im Graduiertenkolleg “Dynamik globaler Stoffkreisläufe” an der
                        Christian-Albrecht-Universität Kiel und dem GEOMAR
1997 - 2000  Wissenschaftlicher Mitarbeiter am GEOMAR Forschungszentrum Kiel, Abteilung der
                        Meeresumweltgeologie (Prof. Dr. Erwin Süss)
2000 - 2001  PostDoc am Monterey Bay Aquarium Research Institute, Moss Landing, California,
2001 - 2006  Akademischer Rat am "Leibniz Institut für Meeresforschung" Kiel
    (IFM-GEOMAR), Abteilung Marine Geosysteme (früher: GEOMAR Forschungszentrum,
    Abteilung Meeresumweltgeologie)
seit 2006       Professor für Meereschemie und stellvertretender Leiter der Sektion Meereschemie
    am "Leibniz Institut für Ostseeforschung Warnemünde an der Universität Rostock"
  • Dr. Susan Mau, 2002 -2005: Methane output from cold seep structures along the Central American continental margin: Ph.D. degree in Jan 2005.
  • Dr. Oliver Schmale, 2003-2006: Methane fluxes and inventories related to active gas venting in the Black Sea: Ph.D. degree in Dec. 2006.
  • Dr. Nikolaus Bigalke 2005-2008: Constraining hydrate-mediated transfer of the greenhouse gases CO2 and CH4 to the ocean at controlled thermodynamic and hydrodynamic conditions Ph.D. degree in Dec. 2008
  • Dr. Jens Schneider v. Deimling 2005- 2009: Hydroacoustic and geochemical traces of marine gas seepage in the North Sea: Ph.D degree in Jul. 2009.
  • Frank Schellig: Geochemical and biomarker investigations at cold seep structures along the Central American Continental margin: started 06/06 – discontinued.
  • Dr. Wanda Gülzow 2009 -2012: Seasonal distribution of methane in the surface water and the water column of selected areas of the Baltic Sea: Ph.D. degree in Nov. 2012
  • Gunnar Jakobs (2011 – 2014): Aerobic und anaerobic methane turnover in the water column of the central Baltic Sea (Gotland-Deep und Landsort-Deep): Ph.D. degree in Dec. 2014.
  • Stine Thomas: Transport and phase transitions of marine ultra-high CO2 systems- started 11/2011 – continuation despite full term employment in private sector
  • Jens D. Müller (2014 to 2018): Ocean acidification in the Baltic Sea – Involved Processes, Metrology of pH in Brackish Waters, and Calcificiation under Fluctuating Conditions: Ph.D degree in May 2018
  • Matthias Kreuzburg: The impact of land-sea interaction on biogeochemistry and trace gas fluxes in a shallow coast with immersed peat layers: started 01/2016 – thesis filed 05/2019
  • Erik Jacobs: Dynamics of methane fluxes in the Baltic Sea derived from long-term observations: started 11/2017 – ongoing
  • Daniel Pönisch: Trace gas liberation from coastal peatlands overlain by brackish waters: started 01/2019 – ongoing


American Geophysical Union (AGU)
Network Future Ocean (Kiel)