Education

1992–1994 University of Innsbruck, Austria; General Biology

1994–1997 University of Vienna, Austria; Zoology with special emphasize on anatomy, aquatic microbiology and marine ecology.

1997–1999 Department of Marine Biology, Vienna–M.Sc. Thesis: ‘Coexistence and nutrition by the Mediterranean holothuroids Holothuria tubulosa and Holothuria polii (Echinodermata) at the island of Elba, Italy’ supervision Prof. Dr. Joerg Ott

1999–2000 Educational journey to South Pacific islands, Australia and South East Asia

2000–2005 Royal Netherlands Institute for Sea Research, Netherlands–Ph.D. Thesis: ‘Response of bacterioplankton activity to changing physical parameters’ supervision Prof. Dr. Gerhard J. Herndl

2000–present Scientific and technical assistance in COMET, AIRWIN, TRANSAT and ARCHIMEDES project, granted by the European Union or NWO to G. J. Herndl

Publication List

Agogué, H, EO Casamayor, F Joux, I Obernosterer, C Dupuy, P Catala, MG Weinbauer, T Reinthaler, GJ Herndl, and P Lebaron. 2004. Comparison of samplers for the biological characterization of the sea surface microlayer. Limnology and Oceanography: Methods 2:213-225.

Herndl, GJ, T Reinthaler, E Teira, H van Aken, C Veth, A Pernthaler, and J Pernthaler. 2005. Contribution of archaea to total prokaryotic production in the deep atlantic ocean. Applied and Environmental Microbiology 71:2303-2309.

Joux, F, H Agogue, I Obernosterer, C Dupuy, T Reinthaler, GJ Herndl, and P Lebaron. Microbial community structure in the sea surface microlayer at two contrasting coastal sites in the northwestern mediterranean sea. in press at Aquatic Microbial Ecology.

Obernosterer, I, P Catala, T Reinthaler, GJ Herndl, and P Lebaron. 2005. Enhanced heterotorophic activity in the surface microlayer of the mediterranean sea. Aquatic Microbial Ecology 39:1616-1564.

Reinthaler, T, K Bakker, R Manuels, J Van Ooijen, and GJ Herndl. submitted. Fully automated spectrophotometric approach to determine oxygen concentrations in seawater via continuous-flow analysis.

submitted to Limnology and Oceanography: Methods.

Reinthaler, T, and GJ Herndl. Bacterial production and respiration in the sea surface microlayer of the open ocean. submitted to Limnology and Oceanography.

Reinthaler, T, and GJ Herndl. 2005. Seasonal dynamics of bacterial growth efficiencies in relation to phytoplankton in the southern North Sea. Aquatic Microbial Ecology 39:7-16.

Reinthaler, T, HM van Aken, C Veth, P Lebaron, J Aristegui, C Robinson, PJlB. Williams, and GJ Herndl.

Prokaryotic respiration and production in the meso- and bathypelagic realm of the eastern and western North Atlantic basin. accepted at Limnology and Oceanography.

Reinthaler, T, C Winter, and GJ Herndl. 2005. Relationship between bacterioplankton richness, respiration, and production in the southern North Sea. Applied and Environmental Microbiology 71:2260-2266.

Teira, E, T Reinthaler, A Pernthaler, J Pernthaler, and GJ Herndl. 2004. Combining catalyzed reporter deposition-fluorescence in situ hybridization and microautoradiography to detect substrate utilization by bacteria and archaea in the deep ocean. Applied and Environmental Microbiology 70:4411-4414.

Waengberg, S-A, KI Andreasson, K Garde, K Gustavson, P Hendriksen, and T Reinthaler. Impact of UVB radiation on primary production in an arctic bay- model calculations. submitted to Aquatic Sciences.

Meetings and Workshops

1998 May 5thEuropean conference on Echinoderms, Milan, Italy; Poster

T. Reinthaler and S. Scheiblauer: ‘Ecological monitoring of Holothuria tubulosa and H. polii (Echinodermata: Holothuroidea) in nearshore waters of Elba, Italy’

2002 Oct 8thSymposium on Aquatic Microbial Ecology (SAME), Taormina, Italy; Talk

T. Reinthaler and G. J. Herndl: ‘Seasonal dynamics of organic carbon remineralization by heterotrophic bacteria in the Southern North Sea’

H. Agogué, F. Joux, E. Casamayor, P. Lebaron, G. J. Herndl, M. Weinbauer and T. Reinthaler:

‘Structure of microbial food webs at the air-water interface’

2003 Jan Verwey meeting, Texel, Netherlands; . Reinthaler and G. J. Herndl; Talk

‘Seasonal dynamics of organic carbon remineralization by heterotrophic bacteria in the Southern North Sea’

2004 Feb Ocean Sciences meeting, Honolulu, USA; Talk

T. Reinthaler, J. Aristegui, P. J. Le B. Williams and G. J. Herndl: ‘Prokaryotic production and growth yield in the North Atlantic Deep Waters’

2004 Jun CIESM congress, Barcelona, Spain; Talk

J. M. Arrieta, E. Sintes, T. Reinthaler and G. J. Herndl: ‘Ectoenzymatic hydrolytic activities in the sea surface microlayer’

2004 Jul Workshop on aquatic ecosystem respiration, Barcelona, Spain; Talk

T. Reinthaler, J. Aristegui, P. J. Le B. Williams and G. J. Herndl: ‘Prokaryotic production and growth yield in the North Atlantic Deep Waters’

2005 Apr EGU general assembly meeting, Vienna, Austria; Talk

T. Reinthaler and G. J. Herndl: ‘Bacterial and dark community respiration in the euphotic layer along a transect from the Mauritanian upwelling into the subtropical Atlantic gyre’

2005 Jun Workshop on respiration and planktonic food webs, Vigo, Spain; Talk

G. J. Herndl and T. Reinthaler: ‘Prokaryotic respiration of the meso- and bathypelagic realm’

2005 Jun ASLO summer meeting, Santiago di Compostela, Spain; Talk

T. Reinthaler and G. J. Herndl: ‘Bacterial respiration and growth efficiency: a system comparison of oceanic sites’

A. Waengberg, K. Andreasson, K. Garde, K. Gustavson, P. Henriksen and T. Reinthaler:

‘How sensitive are estimates of inhibition of photosynthesis by UV-B radiation in arctic phytoplankton for different biological and environmental factors?’

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Curriculum Vitae

Professional Experience Methods

Oxygen measurement by spectrophotometry

Bacterial production measurements by3H-Thymidine and14C-Leucine incorporation Epifluorescence microscopy

Fluorescent and spectrophotometric measurements of dissolved organic matter

Bacterial enumeration by different staining techniques (Acridine Orange, DAPI, Propidium Iodide) Micro-CARD-FISH (Autoradiography combined with catalyzed reporter deposition fluorescent in situ hybridization)

Size fractionation of dissolved organic matter by ultrafiltration Experience with of solar irradiation measurements (PUV, Macam)

In depth knowledge of software relevant for oceanographic research: e.g. Ocean Data View (ODV), Global mapping tools (GMT), Surfer, Statistical software (Statistica, Primer5)

Other Methods

Fluorometric determination of bacterial extracellular enzymatic activity Bacterial community structure by T-RFLP

Bacterial counting by flowcytometry

Electron transport system (ETS) measuring potential community respiration DOC measurement by HTC method

Amino acid analysis by HPLC method

Image analysis with Laser Scanning Microscopy (LSM–Zeiss) Scuba Diving

Underwater marine ecological methodology

Knowledge on webdesign (Dreamweaver, Flash, Photoshop, Illustrator)

Courses

Radioactivity course Level 5

STCW 95’ basic course – Seaman’s book

Teaching

2001 Oct Assistant teacher for university Utrecht during microbial oceanography course held at the NIOZ

2002 Jun Assistant teacher for University Groningen during biological oceanography course held at the NIOZ

2003 May Co-mentor for trainee with topic: ‘Bacterial dissolved organic matter utilization in a coastal marine system’

2004 Jun Lecture at University of Groningen: Pelagic Food Webs, 6 hours 2005 Mai Lecture at University of Groningen: Pelagic Food Webs, 3 hours

Affiliations

American Society of Limnology and Oceanography American Society for Microbiology

European Geological Union

Reviewer for

Limnology and Oceanography

Limnology and Oceanography: Methods Journal of Sea Research

Scientific Expeditions

2000 Sep Plume & Bloom 3 – RV Pelagia, Southern North Sea 2000 Dec Plume & Bloom 4 – RV Pelagia, Southern North Sea 2001 May COMET 1 – RV Navicula, Westerschelde, Netherlands 2001 Jun COMET 2 – RV Pelagia, Mediterranean Sea and North Sea 2001 Jul COMET 3 – field campaign Spitzbergen, Norway

2001 Sep CANOBA – RV Pelagia, North Sea

2002 Mar AIRWIN 2 – field campaign Barcelona and Banyuls sur Mer 2002 Jun AIRWIN 3 – field campaign Barcelona and Banyuls sur Mer 2002 Sep TRANSAT 1 – RV Pelagia, North East Atlantic

2003 May TRANSAT 2 – RV Pelagia, North West Atlantic 2003 Jul AIRWIN 3 – field campaign Banyuls sur Mer 2003 Sep BADE 1 – RV Pelagia, Mediterranean Sea

2004 Sep BADE 2 – RV Pelagia, subtropical North East Atlantic 2005 Nov ARCHIMEDES 1 – RV Pelagia, subtropical North Atlantic

In document University of Groningen Prokaryotic respiration and production in the open ocean Reinthaler, Thomas (Page 126-129)