Senckenberg am Meer Wilhelmshaven

Marine Sedimentology

Transport and deposition of marine sediments -
Studies on various time scales 

    © A. Bartholomä, Senckenberg am Meer



  • Budgets of sediments and morphology in modern and ancient environments
  • Estimating the potential footprint of dynamic processes in marine and estuarine environments
  • Differentiation of high-frequency sedimentological processes and patterns on different time scales to define sediment transport rates in highly dynamical environments 

© A. Bartholomä, Senckenberg am Meer


© A. Bartholomä, Senckenberg am Meer

  •  Assessing the influence of individual events and the natural variability in different environments
  • Comparing the processes and products of tide-influenced and non-tidal systems
  • Application of hydro-acoustic techniques for In situ –measurements of sedíment properties and benthic community structure
  • Marine remote sensing 



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