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für Wissenschaftler und Studenten

Das ZMT organisiert Tagungen, Symposien und Workshops im Rahmen seiner Zusammenarbeit mit Internationalen Organisationen und Programmen sowie wissenschaftlichen Fachgesellschaften.

In Vortragsveranstaltungen wie dem Institutskolloquium bietet es Wissenschaftlern, Doktoranden oder geladenen Gästen des ZMT die Möglichkeit, aktuelle Ergebnisse der eigenen Forschungsarbeiten vorzustellen. Hierzu ist jeder Interessierte eingeladen.

Gastgeber: A.Schlüter
Developments and Innovation on Seaweed Farming Research in Zanzibar, TanzaniaDr. Flower Msuya
University Dar es Salaam, Tanzania
ZMT Seminarraum12:00
Gastgeber: G.Hempel, A.Schlüter
Cooperative Research within the Leibniz Network: Good Science for a Better LifeProf. Dr. Matthias Kleiner, Präsident der Leibniz GemeinschaftZMT Seminarraum14:00
Gastgeber: A.Merico
Global relationship between phytoplankton diversity and productivity in the ocean: killing the winnerDr. Sergio Vallina, Institute of Marine Sciences, Spanish National Research CouncilZMT Seminarraum12:00
Gastgeber: H.Westphal, G.Hempel
Communicate or Perish – How to improve the social engagement of science?Cornelia Nauen, Mundus Maris BrusselsZMT Seminarraum12:00
Gastgeber: A. Schlüter
Ecosystem Valuation - an integrative and interdisciplinary pursuit?Prof. Douglas C. MacMillan, School of Anthropology & Conservation, University of Kent ZMT Seminarraum12:00
Gastgeber: M.Glaser, A.Breckwoldt
Determining management priorities and strategies for coral reefs and peopleDr. Sarah FreedZMT Seminarraum12:00
8.10.14VortragThe Marine Experimental Ecology: Aquaristics and scienceDr. Achim Meyer, ZMTZMT Seminarraum12:00
1.10.14Doktoranden-kolloquiumUnderstanding Fisher behavior: Field Experiments in ZanzibarAneeque JavaidZMT Seminarraum12:00
Gastgeber: W.Ekau
Perspectives on Senegalese Fisheries and AquacultureProf. Papa Ndiaye, Institut fondamental d’Afrique noire - Université Cheikh Anta Diop (Sénégal) ZMT Seminarraum10:30
Gastgeber: A. Schlüter
Small-scale fisheries management and
the commons: a case study from Pacific Mexico
Dr. Bonnie J. McCay,
Rutgers State University, New Brunswick, USA
ZMT Seminarraum12:00
Gastgeberin: H.Westphal
North-German Research and Education Alliance in the Area of Marine and Maritime LawDr. Till Markus, FB Rechtswissenschaft
Universität Bremen
ZMT Seminarraum12:00
Women in Science
Gastgeberin: H. Westphal
Extreme weather events and child height: Evidence from MongoliaDr. Kati Schindler,
Deutsches Institut für Wirtschaftsforschung (DIW Berlin)
ZMT Seminarraum10:30
Gastgeber: T.Rixen
Box modelling approach to understand C,N source/ sink signatures of the Sundarbans mangrove, NE coast of Bay of BengalDr. Raghab Ray, Gast ZMT, DAAD Fellowship
Calcutta University, Indien
ZMT Seminarraum12:00
Gastgeber: S. Ferse
Identifying multiple coral reef regimes and their drivers across the Hawaiian ArchipelagoJean-Baptiste Jouffray,
Stockholm Resilience Center, Sweden
ZMT Seminarraum12:00
Gastgeber: S.Ferse
The GULLS Project (Global learning for local solutions: Reducing vulnerability of marine-dependent coastal communities)Prof.Shankar Aswani, Rhodes University, Grahamstown, South AfricaZMT Seminarraum12:00
Gastgeber: M.Zimmer
Digestion of leaf litter by land crabsDr Stuart Linton,
Senior Lecturer, Faculty of Science & Technology, Deakin University, Australien
ZMT Seminarraum10:00
20.8.14Doktoranden-kolloquiumModelling the Multispecies Fishery of Chwaka Bay, Zanzibar - Basis for Exploration of Use and Conservation ScenariosJennifer RehrenZMT Seminarraum12:00
Gastgeberin: M.Teichberg
A GIS-based tool to protect seagrasses in the Gulf of Aqaba - mapping their distribution, ecosystem services and potential threatsDr. Gidon Winters, Dead Sea Arava Science Center, IsraelZMT Seminarraum12:00
13.8.14Doktoranden-kolloquiumSeagrass meadows under conditions of increased eutrophication - impact of nitrogen and phosphate availability under competitive powerDieuwke HoeijmakersZMT Seminarraum12:00
30.7.14Doktoranden-kolloquiumBand of Brothers: Behind the Savu Sea MPA establishment processWasistini Baitoningsih, ZMTZMT Seminarraum12:00
Gastgeberin: H.Westphal
Specialized metabolites - the fun part of nature's chemistry: how to study and utilize themProf. Ludger Wessjohann, Leibniz-Institut für Pflanzenbiochemie, HalleZMT Seminarraum14:00
23.7.14VortragModelling morphodynamics and biogeochemistry processes of a tropical coastal lagoon, Segara Anakan, IndonesiaDr. Ayi Tarya, ZMTZMT Seminarraum12:00
Gastgeberin: H.Westphal
SAAMBR, ORI and it's Coral Reef ProgramProf. Michael Schleyer, Ocean Research Institute (ORI), Durban, SüdafrikaZMT Seminarraum11:30
16.7.14Doktoranden-kolloquiumGovernance of Marine Protected Areas in Costa Rica: stability and change of institutionsGabriela Weber de MoraisZMT Seminarraum12:00
Gastgeberin: H.Westphal
Metabolomics gateway to discoveries in the post genomic eraDr. Mohamed A. Farag, Cairo University, EgyptZMT Seminarraum12:00
Gastgeber: H.Westphal, J.Herbeck (ARTEC)
Environmental change and adaption strategies in the coastal savannah zone of GhanaDr. Joseph Teye, University of Ghana, Centre for Migration StudiesZMT Seminarraum14:00
Gastgeberin: H.Westphal
Interfaces in chemistry and biologyDr. Roland Hergenröder
ISAS, Dortmund
ZMT Seminarraum12:00
Gastgeber: A. Breckwoldt, A. Schlüter
Social security of small island communitiesAndrian Ramadhan, Research Center for Marine & Fisheries, Ministry of Marine Affairs and Fisheries, Jakarta, Indonesia ZMT Seminarraum12:00
Gastgeberin: A.Breckwoldt
Studying the perception of climate related environmental changes and adaptation strategies in Pacific Small Island StatesDr. Katharina Beyerl
Institute for Advanced Sustainability Studies (IASS)
ZMT Seminarraum12:00
13.6.14Symposium4th CORE Symposium 2014DiverseZMT Seminarraum09:00-19:00
11.6.14Doktoranden-kolloquiumDissolved organic matter uptake and transformation by Western Indian Ocean reef sponges and their associated microbes. Stephanie HelberZMT Seminarraum12:00
3.6.14Verteidigung DissertationThe importance of burrowing and leaf litter feeding crabs for the ecosystem functioning of mangrove forestsNathalie PülmannsZMT Seminarraum15:00
Gastgeber: H. Reuter
Marine biotope mapping concepts relying on GIS methods and predictive modelling techniques - Examples from the German Exclusive Economic ZoneDr. Roland Pesch, Universität Vechta ZMT Seminarraum12:00
Gastgeber: A. Merico
Running to stand still: Biodiversity and stability in a changing worldProf. Dr. Helmut Hillebrand, Universität OldenburgZMT Seminarraum11:00
Gastgeberin: H. Westphal
Climate change and socio-cultural dynamics: The need for a long-term, integrative view. General considerations and a case study on the Samoan islands, SW-PacificJulius Riese,
Universität Luzern
ZMT Seminarraum12:00
Gastgeberin: H. Westphal
Aerosols & Clouds in the Marine Tropical TroposphereProf. Andreas Macke,
TROPOS, Leipzig
ZMT Seminarraum12:00
23. - 24.4.14FachvorträgeIm Rahmen der Anhörungen im Berufungsverfahren
P636/13 „Sozialwissenschaften mit dem Fokus auf Tropische
DiverseRaum 1009Mi 13:00-15:15
Do 12:00-13:30
Gastgeber: A.Schlüter
Economic valuation in marine environmentsDr. Nele Lienhoop
Helmholtz-Zentrum für Umweltforschung (UFZ), Leipzig
ZMT Seminarraum12:00
26.3.14Vortrag (Doktoranden-Kolloquium)Changes of bacterial communities along a tropical eutrophication gradientHauke SchwiederZMT Seminarraum12:00
20. - 21.3.14Workshop
Gastgeber: M. Wolff
Rethinking paradigms & approaches in fisheries researchDiverseZMT Seminarraum
Gastgeber: A. Merico
From individual behavior to collective dynamics and food web stabilityDr. Patrizio Mariani (DTU Aqua, Technical University of Denmark)ZMT Seminarraum12:00
Gastgeber: U. Saint-Paul
Future challenges to mangrove research
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DiverseZMT Seminarraum9:00
Gastgeberin: D. Ferrol-Schulte
Making marine conservation make sense: incentivising community based fisheries management in Madagascar Charlotte Gough, Blue Ventures, LondonZMT FH 812:00
Modelling coral reefs under different management scenarios in the Spermonde Archipelago, Indonesia

Laboratory experiments: resource changes and behaviour
Sara Minarro

Nicola Cerutti
ZMT Seminarraum12:00
Gastgeber: A. Schlüter
Sea level rise driven by climate change and their impact towards
Indonesian coastal environment - an overview.
Dr. Aris Marfai, Universitas Gadjah Mada (UGM) in Yogyakarta/IndonesiaZMT FH 812:00
A. Schlüter
Analysing ecological success in natural resource management
with artificial neural networks
Dr. Ulrich Frey
Justus-Liebig-Universität Gießen
ZMT Seminarraum12:00
12.2.14Gastvortrag Gastgeber: H. WestphalLife in the matriarchy:
sex-specific roles and their hormonal basis
Prof. Dr. Heribert Hofer, Leibniz-Institut für Zoo- und Wildtierforschung, BerlinZMT Seminarraum12:00
5.2.14Gastvortrag Gastgeber: Agostino MericoMarine bioinvasion in the network of global shipping connectionsProf. Dr. Bernd Blasius, ICBM, Uni OldenburgZMT Seminarraum12:00
22.1.14Gastvortrag Gastgeber: H. WestphalIntroduction to GIZ - the provider of international cooperation services for sustainable developmentUte Klamert
Deutsche Gesellschaft für Internationale Zusammenarbeit GIZ, Eschborn
ZMT Seminarraum12:00
Gastgeber: U. Saint-Paul
Molecular phylogeny of Sciaenidae in the South Atlantic - a case studyProf. Horacio Schneider/
Prof. Iracilda Sampaio,
Universidade Federal de Pará,
ZMT Seminarraum12:00