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    PhD theses

    • PhD thesis of Klara Wolf: "Inter- and intraspecific potential for adaptation in Arctic diatoms under future climate conditions", since July 2015
    • PhD thesis of Tim Eberlein: "Responses of toxic and calcareous dinoflagellates to Global Change", University of Bremen, completed March 2017.
    • PhD thesis of Dorothee Kottmeier: "Cellular carbon fluxes in coccolithophores" University of Bremen, completed November 2015.
    • PhD thesis of Mirja Hoins (co-supervision): "From Protist to Proxy: Dinoflagellates as signal carriers for climate and carbon cycling during past and present extreme climate transitions", University Utrecht (NL), completed May 2016.
    • PhD thesis of Meri Eichner: "Process-understanding of marine nitrogen fixation under global change", University of Bremen, completed May 2014.
    • PhD thesis of Clara Hoppe: "Southern Ocean phytoplankton under multiple stressors: The modulation of Ocean Acidification by iron and light", University of Bremen, completed February 2014.
    • PhD thesis of Sebastian Rokitta: "Characterization of the life-cycle stages of the coccolithophore Emiliania huxleyi and their responses to Ocean Acidification", University of Bremen, completed November 2012.
    • PhD thesis of Sven Kranz: "Carbon and nitrogen acquisition of the diazotroph Trichodesmium in a high CO2 world", University of Bremen, completed March 2010.
    • PhD thesis of Athanasios Kaffes (co-supervision): "Carbon and nitrogen fluxes in the marine coccolithophore Emiliania huxleyi grown under different nitrate concentrations", Jacobs University Bremen, completed February 2010.
    • PhD thesis of Scarlett Trimborn: "Inorganic carbon acquisition of marine phytoplankton with emphasis on selected diatom species", University of Bremen, completed March 2008.
    • PhD thesis of Kai Schulz (co-supervision): "Cellular inorganic carbon fluxes in the coccolithophore Emiliania huxleyi and its relevance for marine carbon cycling", University of Bremen, completed November 2006.

    Master- and Diploma theses

    • Master thesis of Benjamin Post: "Phytoplankton succession under nutrient limitation - a trait-based approach", completed June 2018
    • Master thesis of Emily White: "The response of Micromonas pusilla to Ocean Acidification and a Dynamic Light regime", University of Amsterdam, completed May 2018  
    • Master thesis of Klara Wolf: "Same same but different: High intraspecific variability in CO2 and temperature responses of the arctic diatom Thalassiosira hyalina", University of Bremen, completed February 2015 
    • Diploma thesis of Karen Brandenburg: "Combined effects of elevated pCO2 and nitrogen limitation on bloom-forming dinoflagellate species", University Utrecht, completed April 2014.
    • Diploma thesis of Dorothee Kottmeier: "The effect of ocean acidification on the carbon uptake behavior of the coccolithophore Emiliania huxleyi", University of Tübingen, completed November 2011.
    • Master thesis of Tim Eberlein: "Investigations of CO2 effects on different dinoflagellate species", Ruhr University Bochum, completed June 2011.
    • Diploma thesis of Clara Hoppe: "On CO2 perturbation experiments: Effects of different manipulation methods on Emiliania huxleyi, University of Bremen, completed March 2010.
    • Diploma thesis of Meri Eichner: "Combined effects of CO2 concentrations and nitrogen sources on the diazotrophic cyanobacterium Trichodesmium", University of Bremen, completed August 2010.
    • Diploma thesis of Sebastian Rokitta: "Physiological and genomic characterization of the life-cycle stages of the marine coccolithophore Emiliania huxleyi", University of Bremen, completed December 2008.
    • Diploma thesis of Sven Kranz: "Physiological studies on carbon- and nitrogen acquisition of the cyanobacterium Trichodesmium", University of Kaiserslautern, completed May 2006.
    • Diploma thesis of Scarlett Trimborn: "Effect of calcium concentration and irradiance on calcification and photosynthesis in the coccolithophore Emiliania huxleyi", University of Hamburg, completed February 2004.