Carina Lange Mahn
Dr. Lange is an academic from the Department of Oceanography of the Universidad de Concepción and a researcher at the Center for Oceanographic Research in the Eastern South Pacific (COPAS).
Dr. Lange holds a degree in Biology and a PhD in Biological Oceanography from the Universidad de Buenos Aires. She has participated in diverse national and international projects, scientific committees, and oceanographic cruises.
Her areas of specialization are paleoceanography and microfossils of silica skeletons (marine diatoms). At present, Dr. Lange’s research focuses on the Southern Ocean, including the fjords of the Chilean Patagonia and Antarctic Peninsula.
Dr. Lange is a founder and coordinator of the study group “Atmosphere-ocean changes in the Southeast Pacific – from glacial/interglacial to instrumental time-scales”, through the Hanse-Wissenschaftskolleg Institute, in Delmenhorst, Germany, and is an associate member of the Stazione Zoologica “Anton Dohrn”, in Naples, Italy.