Marleen Lausecker

Marleen Lausecker on Sea
Position Postdoctoral Fellow
Address Im Neuenheimer Feld 229
E-mail Marleen.Lausecker (at)
Group Physics of Environmental Archives

Research interests

  • Paleoceanography and Paleoclimatology
  • Marine Geochemistry
  • Paleoclimatic reconstructions using cold-water corals since the last glacial
  • Li/Mg as paleothermometer
  • 14C as ventilation proxy
  • Li Isotopes

Field Work

  • Participation in the cruise M141/2 UFO (2017) to study the seawater U-isotopic composition during a transect from Ponta Delgada to the Black Sea
  • Participation in the cruise M151 Athena (2018) to study cold-water corals near the Azores and Great Meteor Seamount

Confernce Contributions

  • Lausecker, M., Hemsing, F., Krengel, T., Förstel, J., Schröder-Ritzrau, A., Border, E., Orejas, C., Titschack, J., Wienberg, C., Hebbeln, D., Wefing, A.-M., Montagna, P., Douville, E., Matos, L., Raddatz, J., and Frank, N. (2020): Was the Atlantic a predominantly Polar Ocean during the last glacial?, EGU General Assembly 2020, Online, EGU2020-21063.
  • Lausecker, M. and Frank, N. (2019): Li isotopes in cold-water corals fingerprinting Li provenance and fractionation in glacial aged and cold thermocline waters, ICP13, Sydney, Australia.
  • Lausecker, M., Bahr, A., Schröder-Ritzrau, A., Burchard, M., Lippold, J. and Frank, N. (2017): U/Th Dating of Pteropod Rich Layers in Marine Sediment, Goldschmidt Conference 2017, Paris, France.