Center for Ocean and Society
The Center for Ocean and Society conducts interdisciplinary research on ocean and society and involves societal actors in transdisciplinary projects.
The research at the Center for Ocean and Society is based on the understanding of seas and coasts as socio-ecological systems. Experts from economics, geology, oceanography, fisheries biology, chemistry and other disciplines work together on projects with the active involvement of societal actors. This makes it possible to examine a topic from different perspectives and changes the approach to these problems. To assess different scenarios, methodologically specific models from economics as well as climate research, ocean research and ecosystem research are linked.
Marine Food Security
Marine and Coastal Resource Economy
Marine and Coastal Geohazards
Auf Fangfahrt in die Vergangenheit: Aus dem Tagebuch des Eckernförder Fischers Fiete Daniel 1918-1924
23. Kieler Marktplatz - Süßwasservorkommen unter dem Meer: Eine Ressource der Zukunft?
Vulnerability index to support local fisheries management
Webinar: Paleoceanographic evidence for smaller fish species in a warm and oxygen-poor ocean