Marlin Juchem



Research Interests

It may be on- or off-shore, fluids or solids, the main focus of my recent studies has been the propagation and correlation of various forms of waves or other signals through different substrates.

From small scale groundwater fluctuations to large scale ocean oscillations and global seismic waves, I enjoy the art of combining different derived in-field observations and measurements with empirical patterns to establish geophysical modeling approaches.

I am currently focusing on the spatio-temporal correlation of earthquake clusters from a volcanic field in northwestern Saudi Arabia and how they connect to the tectonic forces deriving from the red sea rift.

Additionally, I am working on a modeling approach to reconstruct and simulate an atypical seismic signal detected in the northern Red Sea, in order to establish further insight of the local geology.

Selected Publications

  • Juchem, M., da Conceição Neves, M., and Dill, A.: Processes influencing groundwater in the coastal aquifer of Troia Portugal, EGU General Assembly 2021, online, 19–30 Apr 2021, EGU21-13475,, 2021.
  • Juchem, Marlin & Kueppers, Ulrich & Hornby, Adrian & Varley, Nick. (2018). Dr. One on Tour: Morphological features of Volcán de Colima’s summit crater. 10.13140/RG.2.2.11788.62085. Geomorphological features of Volcán de Colima's summit crater


  • 2021 MSc., Marine and Coastal Systems, UAlg, Faro, Portugal
  • 2018 BSc., Earth Science, LMU, Munich, Germany

Professional Profile

  • 2018: Working Student, Department of Geo- and Earth science, LMU, Munich, Germany
  • 2017: Field & Research assistance, AVAST, Munich, Germany
  • 2017: Science Intern, CIIV, Colima, Mexico

Scientific and Professional Membership

European Geoscience Union (EGU)