23. ilb 06. – 16.09.2023

Holger Brix

born in 1964, is a German oceanographer and coastal researcher. He studied meteorology in Hamburg and completed his doctorate in physics/physical oceanography at the Alfred-Wegener-Institute for polar and marine research in Bremerhaven. Subsequently, he spent twelve years working at the University of California in Los Angeles in the area of marine biogeochemistry. Since 2014, Brix has been working at the Helmholtz-Zentrum Geesthacht’s Institute for Coastal Research.


Interannual variability of the upper ocean carbon cycle at station ALOHA near Hawaii
[Mit N. Gruber u. C. D. Keeling]
in: Global Biogeochemical Cycles, 2004
Extreme Flood Impact On Estuarine And Coastal Biogeochemistry
The 2013 Elbe flood
[Mit Y. G. Voynova, W. Petersen, S. Weigelt-Krenz u. M. Scharfe]
In: Biogeosciences, 2017
The Coastal Observing System for Northern and Arctic Seas (COSYNA)
[Mit B. Baschek u. a.]
In: Ocean Science, 2017