Mara Sutorius

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PHD-STUDENT

MARINE ISOTOPE GEOCHEMISTRY
ICBM, UNIVERSITY OF OLDENBURG
CARL-VON-OSSIETZKY-STR. 9-11
26129 OLDENBURG
GERMANY

ROOM: W3-0-054

PHONE: (49) 441-798-3474

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Mara Sutorius

Research Interests

My Research focuses on two main interests

1) Behaviour of Rare Earth Elements (REE) in Coastal Waters/Organic Waters

Based on a mesocosm experiment that investigates artificially induced spring blooms in natural North Sea coastal waters

Connection and possible reactions between REE and organic matter (dissolved and particulate) 

2) Reconstruction of the Deep Circulation throughout the Pliocene/Miocene in the South Pacific

Identification of deep water masses and possible transport routes 8-3Ma before present as well as external influences based on Neodymium isotopes

Part of the International Ocean Discovery Program Expedition 383 - Dynamics of Pacific Antarctic Circumpolar Current (DYNAPACC) (https://joidesresolution.org/expedition/383/ )

 

 

Publications

Conferences:

Sutorius, M., Mori, C., Boettcher, L., Bunse, C., Dlugosch, L., Greskowiak, J., Hintz, N., Pahnke, K. (2021): The Coupling of Rare Earth Element and Organic Matter Cycling during a phytoplankton spring bloom. ASLO Abstracts 2021, 2557.

 

 

 

Curriculum Vitae

Education

since April 2020

PhD student, Research Group Marine Isotope Geochemistry at the Institute for Chemistry and Biology of the Marine Environment (ICBM), Carl von Ossietzky University Oldenburg, Germany

2017-2020

M.Sc. Marine Environmental Sciences, Carl von Ossietzky University Oldenburg, Germany

Thesis: Rare Earth Element behaviour during an artificially induced spring bloom in mesocosms

2014-2018

B.Sc. Environmental Sciences, Universty Greifswald, Germany

Thesis: Die Optimierung der amperometrischen Detektion von Wasserstoffperoxid in Speichelproben mit Chipelektroden im Durchflusssystem (The optimization of amperometric detection of hydrogen peroxide in saliva with chip electrodes in flow-systems)

 

(Changed: 24 May 2022)