Dr. Marlene Wall

Scientist / Biologist

Division Biosciences | Bentho-Pelagic Processes
Email Marlene Wall
Phone +49(471)4831-1313
Fax +49(471)4831-1149
Address Alfred Wegener Institute
Am Alten Hafen 26
( Room D-D2240)

Publications and more

Publications, Presentations and Reports: EPIC repository
Data: PANGAEA repository
ORCID


Responsibilities

Project: DACCOR - Deciphering the Antarctic Cold-water Coral Record Calcification, growth and eco-physiology of cold-water coral Desmophyllum dianthus in relation to proxy implementation in the skeletal record in both Patagonian fjords and the Antarctic


Research interests

I take advantage of natural marginal conditions (eg. exposure to LAIW, natural pCO2 gradients) and use them as natural laboratories to investigate physiological and ecological changes. I study environmental fluctuations from the microscale within an organisms' diffusive boundary layer using microsensors to the macroscale by environmental monitoring probes and devices (WTW probes, CTD, ADCP, etc), combine it with ecophysiological investigations as well as evaluation of ecosystem conditions. I also work interdisciplinary and apply geochemical tools to decipher physiological adjustments under present day environmental conditions but also to deduce physiological acclimations throughout their past.