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Kai-Frederik Lenz is a Ph.D. candidate in the labsCAUs project at the Marine and Coastal Geohazards Group at the Center for Ocean and Society. He completed his bachelor program in Geoscience at Bremen University with a thesis at the Alfred-Wegener-Institute in 2016. Afterwards, he graduated with a master’s degree in geophysics at Kiel University in 2019. Kai-Frederik Lenz worked as a researcher at the Marine Geophysics and Hydroacoustic Group at the Institute of Geosciences after his master studies until the end of 2020. Lastly, he was responsible for the scientific coordination of the German ICDP priority program. He participates in international seagoing expeditions on small and large research vessels since 2015. One of his focus regions is the artic and subarctic at the East Canadian margin.