Katja Fennel spends much of her time researching Oceanography, Organic matter, Denitrification, Continental shelf and Nitrogen cycle. Her biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Carbon sequestration, Phytoplankton, Nutrient and Biogeochemical cycle. Her Nutrient research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Hydrology and Stratification.
Her research integrates issues of Sediment, Paleontology and Period in her study of Organic matter. Her Continental shelf research incorporates themes from Climatology, Forcing, Land use and Biogeochemistry. Her research in Nitrogen cycle intersects with topics in Anoxic waters and Sediment–water interface.
Katja Fennel mainly focuses on Oceanography, Biogeochemical cycle, Hypoxia, Phytoplankton and Nutrient. Her Oceanography research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Organic matter and Carbon cycle. Her work deals with themes such as Sea-surface height, Argo, Ecosystem, Ocean current and Upwelling, which intersect with Biogeochemical cycle.
Her research investigates the connection between Phytoplankton and topics such as Atmospheric sciences that intersect with issues in Zooplankton, Deep chlorophyll maximum, Sea surface temperature and Data assimilation. Her study in Nutrient is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Hydrology, Pelagic zone and Respiration. Katja Fennel focuses mostly in the field of Continental shelf, narrowing it down to topics relating to Denitrification and, in certain cases, Anoxic waters.
Katja Fennel mainly investigates Oceanography, Hypoxia, Biogeochemistry, Climate change and Argo. Her research on Oceanography often connects related topics like Pelican. Her Biogeochemistry research includes themes of Ecosystem and Global change.
As part of one scientific family, Katja Fennel deals mainly with the area of Climate change, narrowing it down to issues related to the Continental shelf, and often Gulf Stream and Downscaling. Her Argo research incorporates elements of Remote sensing, Sea surface temperature and Biogeochemical cycle. The various areas that Katja Fennel examines in her Biogeochemical cycle study include Phytoplankton and Atmospheric sciences.
Oceanography, Nutrient, Pelagic zone, Hypoxia and Biogeochemical cycle are her primary areas of study. Her study in Oceanography focuses on Upwelling in particular. In her research on the topic of Nutrient, China sea, Kuroshio current, Aquatic ecosystem and Anoxic waters is strongly related with Estuary.
Her biological study deals with issues like Sink, which deal with fields such as Stratification, Submarine pipeline, Outflow, Ocean acidification and Total inorganic carbon. Her studies deal with areas such as Ocean observations, Ecosystem health and Biogeochemistry as well as Biogeochemical cycle. Her Biogeochemistry research incorporates themes from Ecosystem, Ocean current, Social ecological model, Remote sensing and Temporal scales.
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Ocean forecasting in terrain-following coordinates: Formulation and skill assessment of the Regional Ocean Modeling System
D. B. Haidvogel;H. Arango;W. P. Budgell;B. D. Cornuelle.
Journal of Computational Physics (2008)
Nitrogen cycling in the Middle Atlantic Bight: Results from a three‐dimensional model and implications for the North Atlantic nitrogen budget
Katja Fennel;John Wilkin;Julia Levin;John Moisan.
Global Biogeochemical Cycles (2006)
The rise of oxygen over the past 205 million years and the evolution of large placental mammals.
Paul G. Falkowski;Miriam E. Katz;Allen J. Milligan;Katja Fennel.
Subsurface maxima of phytoplankton and chlorophyll: Steady-state solutions from a simple model
Katja Fennel;Emmanuel Boss.
Limnology and Oceanography (2003)
Testing a marine ecosystem model: Sensitivity analysis and parameter optimization
Katja Fennel;Martin Losch;Jens Schröter;Manfred Wenzel.
Journal of Marine Systems (2001)
Biological overprint of the geological carbon cycle
Miriam E. Katz;James D. Wright;Kenneth G. Miller;Benjamin S. Cramer.
Marine Geology (2005)
The co-evolution of the nitrogen, carbon and oxygen cycles in the Proterozoic ocean
Katja Fennel;Mick Follows;Paul G. Falkowski.
American Journal of Science (2005)
Denitrification effects on air-sea CO2 flux in the coastal ocean: Simulations for the northwest North Atlantic
Katja Fennel;John Wilkin;Michael Previdi;Raymond Najjar.
Geophysical Research Letters (2008)
On the Future of Argo: A Global, Full-Depth, Multi-Disciplinary Array
Dean Roemmich;Matthew H. Alford;Hervé Claustre;Kenneth Johnson.
Frontiers in Marine Science (2019)
Biogeochemical Controls on Coastal Hypoxia
Katja Fennel;Jeremy M Testa.
Annual Review of Marine Science (2019)
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