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Dr. Janne Repschläger

Postdoc
Institute of Geosciences
University of Kiel
Ludewig-Meyn Str. 10
24118 Kiel
Germany

Expertise & Interests

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  +49 431 880 2884
  www.researchgate.net/profile/Janne_Repschlaeger

Overview / specialty        AMOC reconstructions
 
PAGES interests        Ocean circulation and carbon - OC3
 
Topics        Carbon cycle, Chronology, Climate dynamics, Ocean dynamics, Thresholds and abrupt changes
Timescales        Holocene, Last glacial cycle
Regions        Mid-latitude Northern Hemisphere, Tropics/subtropics
Archives        Ocean sediments
Sector        Research
Discipline        (Micro)paleontology, (Paleo)oceanography

 

Publications

Peer reviewed

Repschläger, J., M. Weinelt, N. Andersen, D. Garbe-Schönberg, and R. Schneider (2015), Northern source for Deglacial and Holocene deepwater composition changes in the Eastern North Atlantic Basin, Earth and Planetary Science Letters, 425(0), 256-267
Repschläger, J., M. Weinelt, H. Kinkel, N. Andersen, D. Garbe-Schönberg, and C. Schwab (2015), Response of the subtropical North Atlantic surface hydrography on deglacial and Holocene AMOC changes, Paleoceanography, 30.
Schwab, C., H. Kinkel, M. Weinelt, and J. Repschläger (2013), A coccolithophore based view on paleoenvironmental changes in the open ocean mid-latitude North Atlantic between 130 and 48 ka BP with special emphasis on MIS 5e, Quaternary Science Reviews, 81(0), 35-47.
Schwab, C., H. Kinkel, M. Weinelt, and J. Repschläger (2012), Coccolithophore paleoproductivity and ecology response to deglacial and Holocene changes in the Azores Current System, Paleoceanography, 27(3), PA3210.

Non- refereed
Repschläger J., M. Weinelt, N. Andersen, D. Garbe-Schönberg, R. Schneider (2015), Northern source for Deglacial and Holocene deepwater composition changes in the Eastern North Atlantic Basin, Nova Acta Leopoldina NF 121 408, 331-335.
Repschläger, J. (2014), Impact of deglacial and Holocene AMOC changes on the mixed layer and deepwater hydrography of the subtropical North Atlantic Eldiss. University Kiel.