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Dr. Susanne Diederich



+49 551 3851-359

+49 551 3851-103


Multifunktionsgebäude, EG, E0.17

Kellnerweg 4
37077 Göttingen

Public relations, science communication, spokesperson
Upon request seminars on science communication and public relations for students
+49 151 42616141

Since 8/2010: Head of communicatins, German Primate Center, Göttingen

7/2008 - 6/2010: Head of communications, Max Planck Campus Tübingen

9/2005 - 6/2008: Public relations, Alfred Wegener Institute for Polar and Marine Research, Bremerhaven

1/2001 - 5/2005: PhD in Marine Biology at the Wadden Sea Station Sylt and at the University of Kiel on "Invasion of Pacific oysters (Crassostrea gigas) in the Wadden Sea: competitive advantage over native mussels"

10/1993 - 7/2000: Studies in Biology at the Georg August University of Göttingen

9/1996 - 6/1997: Erasmus scholarship at Trinity College Dublin, Ireland

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Bundesverband Hochschulkommunikation

Pauls M, Diederich S, Huch M (2008) Das Internationale Polarjahr 2007/08 - Folge 13: Wissenschaftskommunikation im Polarjahr, Polarforschung 77, 2/3, 95-97.

Diederich S (2006) High survival and growth rates of introduced Pacific oysters may cause restrictions on habitat use by native mussels in the Wadden Sea. J Exp Mar Biol Ecol 328(2): 211-227.

Nehls G, Diederich S, Thieltges D W, Strasser M (2006) Wadden Sea mussel beds invaded by oysters and slipper limpets: competition or climate control?, Helgol Mar Res 60, 135-143.

Diederich S (2005) Differential recruitment of introduced Pacific oysters and native mussels at the North Sea coast: coexistence possible? J Sea Res 53: 269-281.

Diederich S (2005) Invasion of Pacific oysters (Crassostrea gigas) in the Wadden Sea: competitive advantage over native mussels. Dissertation, Universität Kiel, 154 S.

Diederich S, Nehls G, van Beusekom JEE, Reise K (2005) Introduced Pacific oysters (Crassostrea gigas) in the northern Wadden Sea: Invasion accelerated by warm summers? Helgol Mar Res 59: 97-106.

Nehls G, Diederich S, Thieltges D W, Strasser M (2005) Perishing blue mussels and invading aliens – What are the reasons for ecological turnover in the Wadden Sea? Wadden Sea Newsletter, 2005-1,17-20.

Reise K, Diederich S (2003) Der ökologische Preis importierter Austern. In: Lozán JL, Rachor E, Reise K, Sündermann J, Westernhagen Hv (eds) Warnsignale aus Nordsee & Wattenmeer, wiss. Auswertungen GEO, Hamburg, 306-308.

Diederich S (2000) Verbreitung und Überlebensfähigkeit von eingeführten Pazifischen Austern Crassostrea gigas im Sylter Wattenmeer. Diploma thesis, University of Göttingen.

International Polar Year 2007/08 - A unique opportunity for science communcication

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