Silke Severmann

Dr. Severmann's principal research interests lie in the cycling of metals, nutrients, carbon and sulfur as they relate to the Earth’s biogeochemical evolution. In her research, she studies chemical and isotopic tracers in the ocean, lakes and rivers to gain a better understanding how the interactions between physical, chemical and biological processes are recorded in modern sediments and ancient sedimentary rocks. Further, she is interested how changes in biogeochemical cycles may be related to anthropogenic perturbations, global climate change, the evolving ocean and atmosphere and the early evolution of life.


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