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Dipl.-Ing. (FH) Michael Glockzin


Michael Glockzin
© 2009 G.König, M.Sasek, R.Schlossnickel, J.Uherek
Leibniz-Institut für Ostseeforschung
Seestraße 15
18119 Rostock

+49 381 5197 325

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  • marine GIS
  • data mining + data evaluation
  • water/air-equilibrator technology
  • image analysis, PIV, shadowgraphy
  • statistical and geostatistical modelling
  • terrestrial and marine mesocosm experiments
  • generation & decomposition of artificial gas hydrates
  • programming - MATLAB, R, QuadStar, C++, Visual Basic
  • trace gas measurements with CRDS and oaICOS sensors
  • development and improvement of methods and equipment
  • application of uni- and multivariate statistics in marine science
  • benthic chamber (WaBOB) instrumentation & deployment
  • particles; composition and dynamics in marine and limnic environment


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    SOPRAN is a joint project funded by the BMBF (Bundesministerium für Bildung und Forschung) as well as a German national contribution to the International SOLAS programme. It addresses three aspects of atmosphere-ocean interaction: how changing atmospheric composition (e.g. increased CO2, dust) affects the surface ocean ecosystem, how climate-related changes in surface ocean processes (upwelling, mixing, light, biology) alter oceanic emissions to the atmosphere, and the mechanisms and rates of ocean-atmosphere material exchanges. SOPRAN’s focus is on processes operating within and close to the surface ocean, and their potential changes over the next century. The project is an integrated study of surface ocean response to global atmospheric change, combining the insights gained from different disciplines (marine and atmospheric chemistry, biological and physical oceanography) and methods (observations and modelling). SOPRAN aims to deliver an improved description of the effects of global atmospheric change on the sensitive marine ecosystems.