His primary areas of investigation include Water column, Oceanography, Seawater, Pore water pressure and Mineralogy. The Water column study combines topics in areas such as Geochemistry, Authigenic and Anoxic waters. His research on Oceanography frequently connects to adjacent areas such as Sedimentation.
Olaf Dellwig focuses mostly in the field of Seawater, narrowing it down to matters related to Environmental chemistry and, in some cases, Decomposition, Algal bloom and Particulates. Olaf Dellwig works mostly in the field of Pore water pressure, limiting it down to concerns involving Dissolved organic carbon and, occasionally, Hydrology, Intertidal zone, Sediment and Stratification. Brackish water, Peat and Pyrite is closely connected to Clastic rock in his research, which is encompassed under the umbrella topic of Mineralogy.
Olaf Dellwig mainly investigates Oceanography, Sediment, Water column, Environmental chemistry and Geochemistry. His studies in Oceanography integrate themes in fields like Structural basin and Biogeochemical cycle. As a part of the same scientific family, he mostly works in the field of Sediment, focusing on Pore water pressure and, on occasion, Dissolved organic carbon and Intertidal zone.
His Water column research incorporates elements of Inlet, Hydrography, Anoxic waters, Seawater and Nitrate. His research investigates the link between Seawater and topics such as Particulates that cross with problems in Mineralogy. His Environmental chemistry study which covers Brackish water that intersects with Pyrite.
Olaf Dellwig mostly deals with Sediment, Geochemistry, Structural basin, Environmental chemistry and Oceanography. Olaf Dellwig combines subjects such as Sedimentary rock, Estuary, Bottom water and Pore water pressure with his study of Sediment. In general Environmental chemistry, his work in Anoxic waters is often linked to Layer linking many areas of study.
His Anoxic waters research integrates issues from Seawater, Water column and Holocene sediments. Olaf Dellwig has included themes like Authigenic and Eutrophication in his Water column study. Olaf Dellwig integrates many fields, such as Oceanography and Black sea, in his works.
Olaf Dellwig mainly focuses on Sulfide, Environmental chemistry, Sediment, Bottom water and Anoxic waters. A majority of his Sulfide research is a blend of other scientific areas, such as Electron acceptor, Thiosulfate, Oxide, Inorganic chemistry and Electron transfer. His research is interdisciplinary, bridging the disciplines of Water column and Sediment.
His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Geochemistry, Pyrite and Authigenic. His Bottom water study incorporates themes from Surface water, Estuary, Water Framework Directive, Aquatic ecosystem and Eutrophication. His Anoxic waters research includes themes of Magnetotactic bacteria, Bacteria and Isotope fractionation.
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A new particulate Mn–Fe–P-shuttle at the redoxcline of anoxic basins
Olaf Dellwig;Thomas Leipe;Christian März;Michael Glockzin.
Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta (2010)
Molybdenum isotope fractionation in pelagic euxinia: Evidence from the modern Black and Baltic Seas
T.F. Nägler;N. Neubert;M.E. Böttcher;O. Dellwig.
Chemical Geology (2011)
Cycling of trace metals (Mn, Fe, Mo, U, V, Cr) in deep pore waters of intertidal flat sediments
Melanie Beck;Olaf Dellwig;Bernhard Schnetger;Hans-Jürgen Brumsack.
Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta (2008)
Tube-dwelling invertebrates: tiny ecosystem engineers have large effects in lake ecosystems
Ecological Monographs (2015)
Changing sedimentation in tidal flat sediments of the southern North Sea from the Holocene to the present: a geochemical approach
O Dellwig;J Hinrichs;A Hild;H.-J Brumsack.
Journal of Sea Research (2000)
Uranium and molybdenum isotope systematics in modern euxinic basins: Case studies from the central Baltic Sea and the Kyllaren fjord (Norway)
J. Noordmann;J. Noordmann;S. Weyer;C. Montoya-Pino;O. Dellwig.
Chemical Geology (2015)
Lead in sediments and suspended particulate matter of the German Bight: natural versus anthropogenic origin
J Hinrichs;O Dellwig;H.-J Brumsack.
Applied Geochemistry (2002)
Radium-based pore water fluxes of silica, alkalinity, manganese, DOC, and uranium: A decade of studies in the German Wadden Sea
W. S. Moore;M. Beck;T. Riedel;M. Rutgers van der Loeff.
Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta (2011)
Trace metals in Holocene coastal peats and their relation to pyrite formation (NW Germany)
Olaf Dellwig;Michael E Böttcher;Marcus Lipinski;Hans-Jürgen Brumsack.
Chemical Geology (2002)
Non-conservative behaviour of molybdenum in coastal waters: Coupling geochemical, biological, and sedimentological processes
Olaf Dellwig;Olaf Dellwig;Melanie Beck;Andreas Lemke;Mirko Lunau.
Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta (2007)
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