The Experts Behind the Ocean Atlas

The Experts Behind the Ocean Atlas

Many experts contributed their expertise to the Ocean Atlas, particularly scientists working together at the University of Kiel’s Future Ocean Cluster of Excellence to research the development of our oceans. Here's the who is who.

Many experts contributed their expertise to the Ocean Atlas, particularly scientists working together at the University of Kiel’s Future Ocean Cluster of Excellence to research the development of our oceans. Here's the who is who.

 

Jens Ambsdorf, Lighthouse Foundation

Prof. Dr. Anja Engel, GEOMAR and University of Kiel (Future Ocean)

Jörg Grabo, Lighthouse Foundation

Dr. Ulrike Kronfeld-Goharani, Department of Social Sciences, University of Kiel (Future Ocean)

Prof. Dr. Mojib Latif, GEOMAR and University of Kiel (Future Ocean)

Dr. Mark Lenz, GEOMAR (Future Ocean)

Prof. Dr. Heike Lotze, Dalhousie University Halifax (Future Ocean)

Prof. Dr. Nele Matz-Lück, Walther Schücking Department of International Law, University of Kiel (Future Ocean)

Alexander Müller, TMG – Think Tank for Sustainabilty

Dr. Barbara Neumann, Department of Geography, University of Kiel (Future Ocean)

Prof. Dr. Konrad Ott, Department of Philosophy, University of Kiel (Future Ocean)

Dr. Sven Petersen, GEOMAR (Future Ocean)

Prof. Dr. Martin Quaas, Institute of Economics, University of Kiel (Future Ocean)

Prof. Dr. Thorsten B. Reusch, GEOMAR and University of Kiel (Future Ocean)

Prof. Dr. Ulf Riebesell, GEOMAR and University of Kiel (Future Ocean)

Prof. Dr. Carsten Schulz, Institute of Animal Breeding and Husbandry, University of Kiel (Future Ocean)

Barbara Unmüßig, President, Heinrich Böll Foundation

Sebastian Unger, Institute for Advanced Sustainability Studies (IASS)

Prof. Dr. Martin Visbeck, GEOMAR and University of Kiel (Future Ocean)

Prof. Dr. Martin Wahl, GEOMAR and University of Kiel (Future Ocean)

Prof. Dr. Klaus Wallmann, GEOMAR and University of Kiel (Future Ocean)

Lara Wodtke, Heinrich Böll Foundation

 

The texts in the atlas are based on interviews conducted with the experts listed above.

Interviewers: Natascha Pösel, Peter Wiebe, and Ulrich Bähr.

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