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Department of Arctic and Marine Biology ingrid.wiedmann@uit.no +4777644214 Tromsø NFH C 208

Ingrid Wiedmann


Researcher

Job description

At the moment I am working in two different projects:

50% as researcher in the EU project ECOTIP, where I

...investigate the ecological links between sea ice, pelagic, and benthos in fjords and Arctic (shelf) seas

...determine the downwards biomass flux in the field with short-term sediment traps (POC, PON, fecal pellets, Chl a, DNA,...)

...examine the role physical drivers on the the downward flux as well as study biological drivers (microalgae/ zooplankton) and their influence on sinking particles

 

50% in the project administration of the project Arven etter Nansen

In this position, I conduct various tasks, such as

...supporting the project lead by writing meeting minutes, organize meetings, contribute to different reports

...write contributions to the annual report to communicate core results of the project

...write texts for the bimonthly newsletter and the project homepage

...plan the final meeting (incl. making a meeting homepage for it)

...represent the project during the Norwegian Research Days


  • Emily-Zoe Elizabeth Walker, Ingrid Wiedmann, Anna Nikolopoulos, Jofrid Skardhamar, Elizabeth Marie Jones, Angelika Renner :
    Pelagic ecosystem dynamics between late autumn and the post spring bloom in a sub-Arctic fjord
    Elementa: Science of the Anthropocene 2022 ARKIV / DOI
  • Ingrid Wiedmann, Elizaveta Ershova, Bodil Bluhm, Eva-Maria Nöthig, Rolf Gradinger, Ksenia Kosobokova et al.:
    What feeds the benthos in the Arctic basins? Assembling a carbon budget for the deep Arctic ocean
    Frontiers in Marine Science 2020 ARKIV / DOI
  • Helga van der Jagt, Ingrid Wiedmann, Nicole Hildebrandt, Barbara Niehoff, Morten H. Iversen :
    Aggregate feeding by the copepods Calanus and Pseudocalanus controls carbon flux attenuation in the Arctic shelf sea during the productive period
    Frontiers in Marine Science 2020 ARKIV / DOI
  • Elizabeth Marie Jones, Angelika Renner, Melissa Chierici, Ingrid Wiedmann, helene Hodal, Martin Biuw :
    Seasonal dynamics of carbonate chemistry, nutrients and CO2 uptake in a sub-Arctic fjord
    Elementa: Science of the Anthropocene 2020 ARKIV / DOI
  • Ingrid Wiedmann, E. Ceballos-Romero, M. Villa-Alfageme, Angelika Renner, Christine Dybwad, Helga van der Jagt et al.:
    Arctic observations identify phytoplankton community composition as driver of carbon flux attenuation
    Geophysical Research Letters 2020 ARKIV / DATA / DOI
  • Miriam Marquardt, Ragnheid Skogseth, Ingrid Wiedmann, Anna Vader, Marit Reigstad, Finlo Robert Cottier et al.:
    Vertical export of marine pelagic protists in an ice-free high-Arctic fjord (Adventfjorden, West Spitsbergen) throughout 2011-2012
    Aquatic Microbial Ecology 2019 ARKIV / DOI
  • J. W. Krause, Carlos M. Duarte, I. A. Marquez, Phillipp Assmy, Mar Fernández-Méndez, Ingrid Wiedmann et al.:
    Biogenic silica production and diatom dynamics in the Svalbard region during spring
    Biogeosciences 2018 ARKIV / DOI
  • Ingrid Wiedmann, Jean-Éric Tremblay, Arild Sundfjord, Marit Reigstad :
    Upward nitrate flux and downward particulate organic carbon flux under contrasting situations of stratification and turbulent mixing in an Arctic shelf sea
    Elementa: Science of the Anthropocene 2017 ARKIV / DOI
  • Ingrid Wiedmann, Marit Reigstad, Miriam Marquardt, Anna Vader, Tove M. Gabrielsen :
    Seasonality of vertical flux and sinking particle characteristics in an ice-free high arctic fjord—Different from subarctic fjords?
    Journal of Marine Systems 2016 ARKIV / DOI
  • Ingrid Wiedmann, Marit Reigstad, Arild Sundfjord, Sünnje Basedow :
    Potential drivers of sinking particle´s size spectra and vertical POC flux: Turbulence, phytoplankton and zooplankton
    Journal of Geophysical Research (JGR): Oceans 2014 ARKIV / DOI
  • Ingrid Wiedmann :
    Pelagic-benthic coupling across the Arctic Ocean
    2022
  • Marit Reigstad, Bodil Bluhm, Lena Seuthe, Ingrid Wiedmann, Martin Ludvigsen :
    Climate change is only one of the challenges in the Arctic Ocean
    Ecomagazine.com 2021 FULLTEKST
  • Ingrid Wiedmann :
    Hva gjør egentlig en polarforsker..?
    2021
  • Angelika Renner, Ingrid Wiedmann :
    What do we gain from cruise-based teaching in marine science university education?
    2020
  • Elizabeth Marie Jones, Angelika Renner, Melissa Chierici, Ingrid Wiedmann, Martin Biuw :
    Seasonal dynamics in hydrography and biogeochemical cycling in a sub-Arctic fjord
    2020
  • Ingrid Wiedmann, Bodil Bluhm, Eva-Maria Nöthig, Elizaveta Ershova, Ksenia Kosobokova, Rolf Gradinger :
    Who feeds the Benthos in the Arctic Ocean Basin?
    2019
  • Ingrid Wiedmann, Elena Ceballos Romero, Feliciano de Soto, María Alfageme Villa, Morten H Iversen :
    Vertical flux in the Arctic - (how) can high latitude observations contribute to our understanding of the POC attenuation?
    2019
  • Angelika Renner, Jofrid Skardhamar, Kathy Dunlop, Ingrid Wiedmann, Evert Mul :
    A tale of a local fjord - investigating a marine system in our backyard
    Fram Forum 2019 FULLTEKST
  • Zoe Walker, Ingrid Wiedmann, Angelika Renner :
    Pelagic-benthic coupling over winter in Kaldfjorden, Northern Norway
    2019
  • Camilla Svensen, Fredrika Norrbin, Ingrid Wiedmann, Jofrid Skardhamar, Marja Koski, Morten Iversen et al.:
    Microsetella norvegica, a tiny copepod with a big impact on the biological pump
    2019
  • Ingrid Wiedmann, Daniel Ludwig Vogedes :
    Utforsk UiT!
    Åpen dag: Utforsk UiT! - skattejakt app på mobil 2018
  • Camilla Svensen, Morten Iversen, Marja Koski, Ingrid Wiedmann, Fredrika Norrbin, Jofrid Skardhamar et al.:
    Is the tiny copepod Microsetella norvegica a gatekeeper for the biological carbon-pump?
    2018
  • Ingrid Wiedmann :
    Hva forskerne egentlig gjør
    Nordlys 22. October 2018 ARKIV
  • Ingrid Wiedmann, Marit Reigstad, Miriam Marquardt, Anna Vader, Tove M. Gabrielsen :
    Corrigendum to “Seasonality of vertical flux and sinking particle characteristics in an ice-free high arctic fjord – Different from subarctic fjords?” [J. Mar. Syst. 154 (2016) 192–205]
    Journal of Marine Systems 2018 DOI
  • Ingrid Wiedmann, Elena Ceballos Romero, Feliciano de Soto, María Villa Alfageme, Helga van der Jagt, Morten H. Iversen :
    Importance of zooplankton grazing for Arctic pelagic-benthic coupling
    2018
  • Martin Biuw, Paul Eric Renaud, Angelika Renner, Ingrid Wiedmann, Jofrid Skardhamar, Q. Zhou et al.:
    An integrated ecosystem understanding of a northern fjord receiving massive winter herring and whale arrivals (weShare, WHALE, EFFECT projects in the Fram Centre Fjord & Coast flagship)
    2018
  • Antje Boetius, Ingrid Wiedmann, Ksenia Kosobokova, E.-M Nöthig, Bodil Bluhm, A Vedenin :
    Feeding life in the deep Arctic Basins: An integrated view on carbon fluxes, zooplankton and benthos
    2017
  • Ingrid Wiedmann :
    Polarforschung - was wird da eigentlich gemacht?
    2017
  • Ingrid Wiedmann, Maxime Geoffroy, Malin Daase :
    High-end Technology Meets a Well-Established Sampling Technique: Advances of Combining an Acoustic Zooplankton and Fish Profiler With Short-Term Sediment Traps.
    2017
  • Ingrid Wiedmann :
    Some preliminary results from the ARCEx cruise 2016
    2017
  • Ingrid Wiedmann, Maxime Geoffroy, Malin Daase :
    High-End Technology Meets a Well-Established Sampling Technique: Advances of Combining an Acoustic Zooplankton and Fish Profiler With Short-Term Sediment Traps
    2017
  • Ingrid Wiedmann :
    Hvorfor en polarforsker ikke klarer å gi entydige svar
    Nordlys 25. March 2017
  • Ingrid Wiedmann, Maxime Geoffroy, Malin Daase :
    High-End Technology Meets a Well-Established Sampling Technique: Advances of Combining an Acoustic Zooplankton and Fish Profiler With Short-Term Sediment Traps
    2017
  • Ingrid Wiedmann :
    ARCEx cruise 2016 - plans and expected outcomes
    2016
  • Ingrid Wiedmann, Jean-Éric Tremblay, Arild Sundfjord, Marit Reigstad :
    Upward Nitrate Flux and Downward Particulate Organic Carbon (POC) Flux along a Gradient of Stratification and Turbulent Mixing in an Arctic Shelf Sea (Barents Sea)
    2016
  • Ingrid Wiedmann :
    Potential drivers of the downward carbon and particle flux in Arctic marine ecosystems under contrasting hydrographical and ecological situations
    2016
  • Ingrid Wiedmann :
    Hva gjør en polarforsker? (Foredrag i forbindelse med Forskingsdagene)
    2016
  • Miriam Marquardt, Anna Vader, Ragnheid Skogseth, Ingrid Wiedmann, Marit Reigstad, Tove M. Gabrielsen :
    Seasonality and fate of microbial eukaryotes in an high-Arctic fjord (Isfjorden, West Spitsbergen)
    2016
  • Ingrid Wiedmann :
    Potential drivers of the downward carbon and particle flux in Arctic marine ecosystems under contrasting hydrographical and ecological situations
    2015
  • Ingrid Wiedmann, Marit Reigstad, Arild Sundfjord, Jean-Éric Tremblay :
    Potential Drivers of the Vertical Carbon Flux in Arctic Marine Ecosystems: Nitrate Upward Flux and Sinking Particles’ Characteristics
    2015
  • Ingrid Wiedmann, Marit Reigstad, Miriam Marquardt, Tove M. Gabrielsen :
    Seasonal Changes in Sinking Particles' Qualitative Characteristics (Size, POC: Volume Ratio and 18S rDNA Composition) and the Impact on the Vertical Carbon Flux in Arctic Marine Ecosystems
    2015
  • Ingrid Wiedmann, Marit Reigstad :
    Sinking Particles in the Barents Sea: Abundance, Biovolume and the Link to Vertical Carbon Flux
    2013
  • Ingrid Wiedmann, Daniel Ludwig Vogedes :
    Blog Young Scientist Forum 2013
    2013 DATA
  • Tom Fries, Ingrid Wiedmann :
    Podcast from the Arctic Frontiers Conference 2013
    15. January 2013

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    Research interests

    I am a curious field biologist and my scientific work focusses mainly with the interaction of hydrography and lower trophic levels (mainly algae) in fjords and Arctic seas (Barents Sea, Arctic Ocean). There, I mainly explore the question how physical drivers and biological interactions impact the organic carbon cycle and the export of organic carbon from the pelagic system to the sea floor.

    Teaching

    Courses at UiT The Arctic University of Norway

    • Bio-1102 Biologisk Mangfold (Zoology): Lab assistent i 2012, responsible for the student lab in 2013, 2014
    • Bio-1103 Biologisk Mangfold (Botany): Lecturer and lab leder in the micro- and macroalgae section in 2018-2020
    • Bio-1501 Aquatic Ecology: Cruise assistent in 2013 and 2014
    • Bio-2010/2514 Marine Ecology: Cruise and lab assisent in 2009-2018; lecturer and responsible lab-/ cruise teacher (phytoplankton ecology) in 2018-2020
    • Bio-3015 Arctic Marine System Ecology and Climate Change: lecturer and seminar leader 2018-2020 (and course responsible in 2018)
    • SVF-8600 Philosophy of Science and Ethics, course responsible in 2021

     

    Courses at the University Centre in Svalbard (UNIS):

    • AB-330/830 Ecosystems in ice-covered waters: Guest lecturer and field teacher in 2016 and 2019

     

    Supervision: 

    • 2017-2020: Supervisor of three master students (two from UiT, one from the University Center of the Westfjords, Iceland)
    • 2018: Supervisor of two UiT bachelor students

    Member of research group