Seminar Dates

The Baltic TRANSCOAST Seminar will take place regularly on a monthly basis from 14:00 - 15:30/4:00, as announced on the website (Events). Venue: Albert-Einstein-Str. 21, 18059 Rostock, 1st Floor, Seminar-Room 113, Research Training Group Baltic TRANSCOAST. If you wish to attend as speaker please send an Email to: baltic.transcoast(at)uni-rostock.de.

The dates for the seminars in 2020 will be announced shortly.

Date Topic Name Info
19.01.2018 Validation of a new device to quantify groundwater-surface water exchange Mackenzie Cremeans M.M., University of Kansas, Department of Geology, USA
28.03.2018 Noble gas analysis in conventional and unconventional aquatic environments - a plea for simplicity Rolf Kipfer Prof., Swiss Federal Institute of Aquatic Science and Technology (EAWAG), Dübendorf, Switzerland
  Investigations on the development of bird fauna and vegetation in the nature reserve Heiligensee and Hütelmoor / Untersuchungen der Entwicklung der Vogelfauna sowie der Vegetation im Naturschutzgebiet Heiligensee und Hütelmoor Sonja & Thomas Leipe Dr., StALU-Staatliches Amt für Landwirtschaft und Umwelt Mittleres Mecklenburg/IOW, Rostock
25.04.2018 How low can you go? Past, present and future water management in the Netherlands. Vincent Post Dr., BGR-Federal Institute for Geosciences and Natural Resources, Hannover
  Numerical experiments of investigating storm impacts at Sefton coast, UK Pushpa Dissanayake Dr., Limnological Institute, University of Konstanz
23.05.2018 Geoelektrik und Seismik zur Erkundung von Grundwasseraustritten in der Eckernförderbucht: Erste Ergebnisse Ercan Erkul Dipl.-Geophys., Institute of Geosciences, Uni Kiel
  Geophysikalische Messungen und Bohrungen am Strand vom Hütelmoor zur Erkundung der Sedimentschichten und des Porenwassers Miriam Ibenthal / Matthias Kreuzburg PhD Students, Baltic TRANSCOAST
27.06., 25.07., 22.08.2018 Summer break    
04.09.2018 Lost and found: carbon fluxes in extracted and rewetted peatlands in Ireland David Wilson (Ireland) Earthy Matters Environmental Consultants, Mires and Peat, International Peatland Society, Donegal, Ireland
  Explaining anaerobic CO2 production in organic soils – the roles of solid and dissolved organic matter as electron acceptors and the impact of vegetation Klaus Holger Knorr Dr., Institute of Landscape Ecology, Uni Münster
26.09.2018 Follows shortly    
24.10.2018 Follows shortly    
28.11.2018 Follows shortly    
5.12.2018 Follows shortly    

Seminar dates 2017 can be found here