Former diploma / master students at RSEC  



Name University Objectives of study

Vanessa Kuhs Universität Hamburg Spatial and temporal comparison of fish fauna structure of two different coastal coral reefs in Masbat Bay (South Sinai, Egypt)
Nadja Schedensack Freie Universität Berlin

Coral Reefs in the Anthropocene

Aylin Maria Aras University of Hamburg preferences in habitat use of common fish species
Stephanie Bodden University of Bremen (ISATEC) sustainable tourism and the impact on corals reefs and fish using reefs as their habitat
Moni Friedrich University of Hamburg Development of Habitat Suitability Models regarding indicator coral reef fish species in Masbat Bay, Dahab
Janina Goetz University of Hamburg Fish diversity in relation to substrate composition
Timo Tscharnke Heinrich-Heine-University Duesseldorf Ecology of Vermetidae (worm shells)
Anna Lohmar

Geographical Institute, Rheinische Friedrich-Wilhelms-University Bonn

Konflikte zwischen Naturschutz und Natursport. Das Umweltbewusstsein von Sporttaucherinnen und Sporttauchern.

Christian Jessen

University of Berlin (FU)

„Identification and effects of herbivorous fish on algae growth on the reef-flat in the El-Quseir-Region
(Red Sea, Egypt)“

Manuel Marinelli

University of Salzburg

A study of Anemones and their Inhabitants in the El
Quadim Bay in El Quseir (Egypt)
Katrin Korczyk

Ruhr-University Bochum

The Prey Catching Behavior of the Lionfish Pterois miles.

Jessica Weidenbörner University of Bochum Studie zum territorialen Verhalten des Blaupunkt-Rochen Taeniura lymma in der El Quadim Bucht, El Quseir, Ägypten.
Gerlinde Aichinger University of Salzburg Relationship between the mysid Idiomysis tsurnamali and coelenterates such as the anemone Megalactis hemprichi and the jellyfish Cassiopea andromeda.
Mario Freinschlag University of Salzburg Studies on the gobiid and shrimp mutualism in the Gulf of Aqaba.
Svenja Hahn University of Giessen Study of some aspects of the biology, ecology and diversity of species of Porcellanidae (Crustacea: Decapoda: Anomura) in the Gulf of Aqaba, Red Sea.
Katja Tomaschäfsky University of Rostock Differences in species composition, abundance and coverage of softcorals: A second-order effect after a massive outbreak of Acanthaster planci
Yvonne Richter University of Rostock
Coral reef recovery: Species composition and abundance of ascidians in reef sites having suffered from mass occurrences of Acanthaster planci in previous years
Miriam Reininger University of Innsbruck
Aggression behaviour of Amphiprion bicinctus (the Red Sea Anemone fish) against anemone predators and its reaction on enemy schemes

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Former students at SEC
Jessica Bouwmeester September - December 2004 Human and natural impacts on coral reefs
Markus Dirnwöber University of Vienna
Habitat Choice and Host Specialisation of the Coral-Dwelling Gobiid Genus Gobiodon in the Gulf of Aqaba (Northern Red Sea)
Christian Alter University of Heidelberg

Diversity, community structure and zonation of zooxanthellate, hermatypic corals of the reef complex at The Islands dive site, Dahab, in the Gulf of Aqaba.

Thomas Eberl University of Salzburg Botany of Wadi Qnai
Axel Hein University of Salzburg Fishing activities in Dahab
Doris Proeller University of Innsbruck
Migration patterns of the Crown-Of-Thorn-Starfish
Acanthaster planci
Frauke Huhn University of Freiburg Diversity terrestrical and mariner Tardigrads


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