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 Riedinger

Natascha Riedinger


Assistant Professor

Office:     105 Noble Research Center
Phone:     1.405.744.3635
Fax:         1.405.744.7841
Email:      natascha.riedinger@okstate.edu
Ph.D.       2005 University of Bremen, Germany
M.S.        2001 University of Bremen, Germany

 

Honors and Awards (*student honor)

•    NASA Astrobiology Postdoctoral Fellowship, Senior Fellow (2012)
•    German Research Foundation (DFG) Research Fellowship (2009)
•    Max Planck Society Scholarships (2005)
•    RCOM (MARUM, Bremen) Research Award in Marine Geosciences (2005)
•    *Erasmus/Sokrates Student Scholarship (1997)

Professional Appointments

Since 09.2014      Assistant Professor, Boone Pickens School of Geology, Oklahoma State University, Stillwater, OK, USA

09.2014-08.2015   Adjunct/Visiting Researcher Department of Earth Sciences, University of California, Riverside, CA, USA

07.2012-08.2014  NASA Astrobiology Institute Senior Fellow in the Department of Earth Sciences, University of California, Riverside, CA, USA

10.2011-06.2012  Visiting Researcher in the Department of Earth Sciences, Biogeochemistry Group, University of California, Riverside, CA, USA

10.2009-09.2011  Postdoctoral Scholar in the Department of Earth Sciences, Biogeochemistry Group, University of California, Riverside, CA, USA

07.2007-09.2009  Research Scientist, Department of Biogeochemistry, Max-Planck Institute for Marine Microbiology, Bremen, Germany

07.2005-06.2007  Postdoctoral Researcher, Department of Biogeochemistry, Max-Planck Institute for Marine Microbiology, Bremen, Germany

Awards and Grants

• CONSORTIUM FOR OCEAN LEADERSHIP Research Award (2015), “The impact of glacialinterglacial sedimentary cycles on the metal inventory and its consequence for the deepbiosphere in the Baltic Sea, IODP Expedition 347” (USD 14,987)

• CONSORTIUM FOR OCEAN LEADERSHIP Research Award (2013), “Metal cycling and its relevance in the biogeochemical processing of carbon and sulfur in deep subsurface marine sediments off Shimokita, Expedition IODP337” (USD 14,972)

• NSF Research Award (2012), Riedinger (lead PI) and Lyons (Co-PI) “The fate of molybdenum and its isotopes in deep, oxide-rich marine sediments: implications for the Mo paleoproxy” ($179,601) • NASA Astrobiology Postdoctoral Fellowship, Senior Fellow (2012)

• German Research Foundation (DFG) Research Fellowship (2009) • Max Planck Society Scholarships (2005) • RCOM (MARUM, Bremen) Research Award in Marine Geosciences (2005) • Erasmus/Sokrates Student Scholarship (1997)

 

Sea-going Expedition and Field Experience

• Outcrop sampling, Jane MO, Jan and Aug 2016

• IODP Expedition 347, Jan-Feb 2014 (OSP), Baltic Sea, Organic Geochemist

• IODP Expedition 337, Jul-Sept 2012, Off Shimokita, Japan, Inorganic Geochemist

• FOAM site, Oct 2010 • R/V Meteor M78/3, May-July 2009, Montevideo Uruguay, Biogeochemist (PI) • IODP Expedition 316, Dec 2007-Feb 2008, Nankai Trough, Japan, Organic Geochemist

• R/V Meteor M72/5, Apr-May 2007, Istanbul, Turkey, Biogeochemist

• R/V Meteor M58/2, May-June 2003, Las Palmas, Canary Islands, Spain, Marine Geochemist

• R/V Meteor M57/2, Feb-Mar 2003, Walvis Bay, Namibia, Marine Geochemist

• Field mapping, Apr-May 2000, Sinai, Egypt

 

Invited Seminar and Meeting presentations (recent)

• Integrated Ocean Drilling Program (IODP) Expedition 337 post cruise meeting Kaohsiung, Taiwan, April 8-19, 2015 • University of Texas, El Paso, Oct 31, 2014

• Woods Hole Oceanographic Institute, Aug 5, 2014

• University of California, Los Angeles, May 20, 2014

 

Professional Affiliation  

• American Geophysical Union (AGU)

• Geochemical Society • Geological Society of America (GSA)

• National Association of Geoscience Teachers (NAGT)

• European Association of Geochemistry (EAG)
 
Teaching 

• GEOL 5300/4300 – Geology Colloquium, Oklahoma State University

• MAR GEO 5513/4513 – Marine Geology, Oklahoma State University

• GEOL 4990 – Special Problems in Earth Science, Oklahoma State University

• GEOL 1114 – Physical Geology, Oklahoma State University

• Short course Introduction to CoTReM – a numerical transport and reaction model, Department of Geosciences, University of Bremen, Germany 

 

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