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PERSONAL DATA

Gender male
Job title Research Scientist
Department FB2 Marine Biogeochemistry
Tel 49 431 600 4255
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Website http://www.geomar.de/index.php?id=wkoeve&L=1
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PROFESSIONAL DATA

Degree Dr.
Job type Teaching/Education , Research
Research Area(s) Biological Oceanography, Marine Ecology , Chemical Oceanography , Biological Oceanography, Marine Ecology , Chemical Oceanography
Research Activities Current activities:
- C-N-P stoichiometry of the oceanic biological pump and their role as feedback processes in the ocean-atmosphere climate system
- Phosphate cycle, with emphasis on processes at pelagic oxic-anoxic boundaries
- Use of oxygen as tracer to constrain large scale ocean biogeochemistry models
- Modelling the CaCO3 cycle in the ocean
Research Region 102
Skills/Expertise Synopsis of current research interests:
I am a biological oceanographer working since 10+ years in the field of ocean ecosystem studies and biogeochemistry. I have been working for several years as an sea-going 'observationalist'. My current focus is on biogeochemical modelling and meta-analysis of large datasets. My regional focus has been the pelagic North Atlantic.

Specific reasearch interests:
- see activities

Former research interests:
- Dynamics of phytoplankton development during winter/spring in the North Atlantic (until 2004)
- Particle flux studies: field experiments with long term moorings , compilation of basin scale datasets, & development of basic scale interpolation & flux estimates (until 2002)
- Dynamics of dissolved organic carbon and nitrogen in the North Atlantic (until 2001)
- Carbon flux synthesis (JGOFS North Atlantic Synthesis effort) and editing of synthesis book (Deep-Sea Res. special issue) (until 2001)
PUBLICATIONS (as reported by Dr. Wolfgang KOEVE)

Koeve W. [2006] Stoichiometry of the biological pump in the North Atlantic - constraints from climatological data. Global Biogeochem. Cycles, 20, GB3018, doi:10.1029/2004GB002407.
Koeve W.: The significance of the TEP-pump to deep ocean carbon fluxes. Mar. Ecol. Prog. Ser., 291, 53-64, 2005.
Koeve W.: Spring bloom carbon to nitrogen ratio of net community production in the temperate N. Atlantic Deep-Sea Res. I, 51, 1579-1600, 2004.
Koeve W.: Upper ocean carbon fluxes in the Atlantic Ocean - the importance of the POC:PIC ratio. Global Biogeochem. Cycles DOI 10.1029/2001GB001836, 2002.
Koeve W., F. Pollehne, A. Oschlies and B. Zeitzschel. Storm induced convective export of organic matter during spring in the northeast Atlantic.Deep-Sea Res. I 49, 1431-1444, 2002.
Antia A. N., W. Koeve, G. Fischer, T. Blanz, D. Schulz-Bull, J. Scholten, T. Mitzka, S. Neuer, K. Kremling, J. Kuß, D. Hebbeln, U. Bathmann, U. Fehner and B. Zeitzschel. Basin-wide particulate carbon flux in the Atlantic Ocean: regional export patterns and potential for atmospheric carbon sequestration. Global Biogeochemical Cycles 15, 845-862, 2001.
Körtzinger A., W. Koeve, P. Kähler and L. Mintrop. C:N ratios in the mixed layer during the productive season in the northeast Atlantic ocean. Deep-Sea Res. Part I, 48, 661-688, 2001.
Kähler P. and W. Koeve. Marine dissolved organic matter: can its C/N ratio explain carbon overconsumption?. Deep-Sea Res. I, 48, 49-62, 2001.
Koeve W. Wintertime nutrients in the North Atlantic - New approaches and implications for estimates of seasonal new production. Marine Chemistry, 74, 245-260, 2001.
Koeve W. and H. Ducklow. JGOFS synthesis and modelling: the North Atlantic ocean. Deep-Sea Res. Part II, 48, 2141-2154, 2001.
Prieto L., F. Sommer, H. Stibor and W. Koeve. Effects of planktonic copepods on transparent exopolymeric particles (TEP) abundance and TEP size spectra. Journal Plankt. Res. 23, 575-525, 2001.
Scholten J. C., J. Fietzke, S. Vogler, M. Rutgers van der Loeff, A. Mangini, W. Koeve, J. Waniek, P. Stoffers, A. Antia and J. Kuss. Trapping efficiency of sediment traps from the deep eastern North Atlantic: the 230Th calibration. Deep-Sea Res. Part II, 48, 2383-2408, 2001.
Oschlies A., W. Koeve and V. Garçon. An eddy-permitting coupled physical-biological model of the North Atlantic. Part II: Ecosystem dynamics and comparison with satellite and JGOFS local studies data. Global Biogeochem. Cycles, 14, 499-523, 2000.
Waniek J., W. Koeve and R. S. Prien. Trajectories of sinking particles and the catchment areas in the North East Atlantic. J. Mar. Res., 58, 983-1006, 2000.
Ehrhard M. G. and W. Koeve. Determination of particulate organic carbon and nitrogen. In: Methods of seawater analysis, 3rd edition, K. Grasshoff, K. Kremling and M. G. Ehrhardt, editors, Wiley-VCH, Weinheim, pp. 437-444, 1999.
Gaul W., A. Antia and W. Koeve Microzooplankton grazing and nitrogen supply of phytoplankton growth in the temperate and subtropical North East Atlantic. Mar. Ecol. Prog. Ser., 189, 93-104, 1999.
Koeve, W.; Ducklow, H.W. (2001). JGOFS Research in the North Atlantic Ocean: A Decade of Research, Synthesis and Modelling, Deep-Sea Res. Part II 48 (10)


Created: 2007-03-23 Last Updated: 2014-07-09 by Wolfgang KOEVE