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 AG Paläoozeanographie & -klima
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27.01.2015
 

Forschungsgruppe Paläoozeanographie und -klima


Dr. Dieter Garbe-Schönberg


Institut für Geowissenschaften,
Abteilung Geologie
Universität Kiel

Ludewig-Meyn-Str. 10
D-24118 Kiel, Germany

Tel.: +49 (0)431 880 2872
Fax.: +49 (0)431 880 4376
E-mail: dgs@gpi.uni-kiel.de

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    Forschungsinteressen

    • Cycling of trace elements in submarine hydrothermal systems at oceanic spreading centres (Mid-Atlantic-Ridge, Logatchev and Kolbeinsey), Red Sea hot brines), hot spots (Pitcairn, Teahitia), and Lake Taupo/NZ   
    • Geochemistry of trace elements in MORB, plume-, and subduction-related magmas
    • Release and cycling of trace elements in the Central American fore arc,
    • Trace element cycling in freshwater lakes and the marine environment, redox chemistry of trace elements in diagenetic pore fluids
    • Development of new analytical techniques and procedures for the determination of trace elements in all kinds of geological, biological and environmental samples applying ICP-MS, ICP-OES and other atomic spectroscopic techniques
    • New calibration strategies for laser ablation in situ-microanalysis of geological and environmental samples
    • Development of inert fluid sampling systems deployed from submersible JAGO, and ROVs Cherokee, Quest, Kiel6000

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    Lebenslauf

    since 1990

    Senior Scientist

    at the Institute of Geosciences, Kiel University, Germany


    1990

    PhD in Mineralogy/ Economic Geology,  Geochemistry, University of Hamburg

    PhD Thesis: "Geochemistry and petrology of volcano-sedimentary Fe-Cu (-Pb) ore deposits and metal-rich black shales in the area Zell am See (Western Greywacke Zone, Salzburg, Austria)."

    1988-1990 Scientist

    at the Institute of Geology and Paleontology, Kiel University, Germany

    1986-1988

    Scientist

    at the Institute for Geography, Department of Environmental Sciences, Kiel University, Germany

    1983-1984 Research Associate at the Institute of Mineralogy and Petrology, University of Hamburg
    1983 Diploma in Mineralogy/ Economic Geology,  Petrology, University of Hamburg

    • PhD Grant from the State of Hamburg (1984-1985)
    • Garbe-Schönberg, D. & Stoffers P: „Geochemical characterisation of hydrothermal massive sulfides from EPR at 13 °N using isotope and trace element chemistry in single mineral grains“ (BEO 03G0504A, 1991-1993)
    • Garbe-Schönberg, D.: Comett curriculum project “ECOMAR: Implementation of new marine technologies with particular consideration of their impacts on the marine environment”, subproject MONITOR (EU Comett II 6856 Cb, 1992-1995)
    • Garbe-Schönberg, D. & Stoffers, P.: “Ökosystemforschung in der Bornhöveder Seenkette”. BMBF
    • Garbe-Schönberg, D. & Stoffers, P.: Large facilities (HBFG) funding for Micromass PlasmaTrace 2 High-resolution ICP-Mass Spectrometer and 266nm UV Microprobe Laser Ablation (1996)
    • Harff, J, Stoffers, P., Suess, E., & Garbe-Schönberg D.: „Trace metals in Mn-Fe accumulates from the Baltic Sea” (DFG Ha 1834/3-1; 1995-1997)
    • Wallmann K. & Garbe-Schönberg, D.: Hydrothermal Fuid vents in the Bransfied Strait: Geochemical characterization of vent fluids …” (DFG Wa 1083/1-2, 1998-1999)
    • Garbe-Schönberg & Anagnostou C: „METRO-MED Dynamics of matter transfer and biogeochemical cycles: Their modelling in coastal systems of the Mediterranean Sea; Subtask 2” (EU Project MAS-3 CT 96-0049, 1996-2000)
    • Garbe-Schönberg, D. & Stoffers, P.: Large facilities (HBFG) funding for Agilent 7500cs  Quadrupole ICP-Mass Spectrometer (2000)
    • Eisenhauer, A. & Garbe-Schönberg, D.: Sub-project B4 “Trace-Element, Fluid and Volatile Recycling: Evidence from Isotopes and Trace elements “  within  SFB 574 „Volatiles and Fluids in Subduction Zones: Climate Feedback and Trigger Mechanisms for Natural Disasters” (DFG, 2001-2004)
    • Eisenhauer A, Dullo W, Garbe-Schönberg, D., Hansen BT & Reitner J: „Coralline sponges as archives of geochemical and climatological proxies“ (DFG Ei 272/10-3, 2003-2004)
    • Garbe-Schönberg, D., et al. „Mineralogical, geochemical and biological investigations on hydrothermal systems at the MAR from 14°45’N – 15°05N.” Within framework of  SPP 1144: “From Mantel to Ocean (SPP 1144): Energy-, Material- and Life-cycles at Spreading Axes” (DFG GA 500/4-1, Fahrtantrag Meteor, 2004)
    • Koschinski-Fritsche, A., Bau M., Garbe-Schönberg, D. Hydrothermal fluids at the Mid-Atlantic Ridge (15°N) as media fort the transport of energy and mass from the crust into the hydro- and biosphere. (DFG SPP 1144: Ko-2906/2-1, 2003-2005)
    • Garbe-Schönberg, D. & Süss, E.:  Sub-project B6 “Fluid sources, timing of release and carbon inventory: Evidence from authigenic carbonates” within  SFB 574 „Volatiles and Fluids in Subduction Zones: Climate Feedback and Trigger Mechanisms for Natural Disasters” (DFG, SFB 574, INST 257/139-2, 2004-2008)
    • Koschinski-Fritsche, A., Garbe-Schönberg, D. Hydrothermal Fluide am Mittelatlantischen Rücken (15°N und 4-11°S) als Medien für den Transport von Energie und Masse von der Kruste in die Hydro- und Biosphäre (DFG SPP 1144: Ko-2906/2-1, 2003-2005)
    • Garbe-Schönberg, D. & Barak H.: „Anthropogenic input of particulate phosphorus to the Gulf of Eilat, sources and possible impact”  (BMBF MGS/03V0935, 2006-2009)
    • Garbe-Schönberg, D. & Eisenhauer, A.: “Lithium-Isotope und Wassergehalte als Tracer für die Entstehung der Mantelreservoire von ozeanischen Intraplattenbasalten” (DFG GA 500/5-1, 2007-2009)
    • Garbe-Schönberg, D., Koschinsky A., Hydrothermal-Fluide am Mittelatlantischen Rücken (15°N und 4-11°S) als Medien für den Transport von Energie und Masse von der Kruste in die Hydro- und Biosphäre (DFG SPP 1144: GA 500/6-3, 2007-2009)
    • Hoernle K, van den Bogaard P, Garbe-Schönberg D.: Sub-project C2: “Composition and dynamics of subduction-related magmatic systems: Magma genesis and temporal and spatial variations in volatile fluxes along the Southern Volcanic Zone in Chile” within  SFB 574 „Volatiles and Fluids in Subduction Zones: Climate Feedback and Trigger Mechanisms for Natural Disasters” (DFG, SFB 574, INST 257/139-2, 2008-2012)

    1991

    F.S. Alkor

    Kiel

    Gotland Deep, marine geochemistry of REE

    1992

    F.S. Poseidon, POS 189/4

    Messina-Messina

    Santorini, Greece, hydrothermal sediments

    1997

    F.S. Poseidon, POS 229

    Akureyri-Akureyri

    Kolbeinsey R., hydroth. Vents, w/ submersible JAGO

    1997

    F.S. Sonne, SO 121

    Djibouti-Djibouti

    Red Sea, Atlantis-II, Kebrit brines

    1998

    F.S. Sonne, SO 135

    Auckland-Wellington

    White Island/ NZ, hydroth. Vents, w/  JAGO

    1998

    R.V. Aegaeo

    Piraeus-Piraeus

    Milos Island, Greece, hydrothermal sediments

    1999

    N.O. L’Atalante, Polynaut

    Papeete-Papeete

    Pitcairn Isl., hydroth. Vents w/ submersible NAUTILE

    2001

    F.S. Meteor, M 52/3

    Limassol-Limassol

    Red Sea, Kebrit, Shaban brines

    2002

    F.S. Poseidon, POS 291

    Reykjavik-Akureyri

    Kolbeinsey R., hydroth. Seds., w/ ROV CHEROKEE

    2002

    F.S. Meteor, M 54/3

    Caldera-Caldera

    Subduction fluids Costa Rica SFB 574

    2003

    F.S. Sonne, SO 173/2

    Caldera-Caldera

    Subduction fluids Costa Rica SFB 574

    2005

    F.S. Meteor, M64/2

    Fortaleza-Dakar

    MAR 15°N (Logatchev hydroth.), w/ ROV QUEST

    2005

    F.S. Meteor, M66/2

    Corinto-Caldera

    Subduction fluids, SFB 574, w/ ROV QUEST

    2006

    F.S. Meteor, M68/1

    Barbados-Recife

    MAR 5°S Hydrothermal fields SPP 1144, w/ ROV QUEST & AUV ABE

    2006

    F.S. Poseidon, POS 340

    Messina-Messina

    Palinuro hydrothermalism, w/ ROV CHEROKEE

    2008

    N.O. L’Atalante

    Recife-Dakar

    MAR 5°S Hydrothermal fields SPP 1144, w/ ROV KIEL 6000

    2009

    F.S. Maria S. Merian, MSM 10/3

    Las Palmas – Fort-de-France

    MAR 14°45’N Logatchev hydrothermal fields SPP 1144, w/ ROV KIEL 6000

    2009

    F.S. Meteor, M78/3

    Tobago – Rio de Janeiro

    MAR 5°S Hydrothermal fields SPP 1144, w/ ROV KIEL 6000