An adult European eel Anguilla anguilla. Photo: J. Schröder, GEOMAR
26.12.2013

The fate of the Eels

GEOMAR scientists prove oceanographic influences on eel recruitment

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Poto: M. Nicolai, GEOMAR
20.12.2013

Merry Christmas

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GEOMAR has been researching the tropical Atlantic for quite some time: In 2011, RV METEOR was there to deploy some gliders. Photo: H.V. Neuhoff
09.12.2013

What’s Happening to the Tropical Atlantic?

GEOMAR researchers involved in new EU project PREFACE

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GEOMAR director Prof. Dr. Peter Herzig explains to visitors the specifics in the new permanent exhibition on marine research. Photo: GEOMAR.
02.12.2013

Marine Research at Deutsches Museum

GEOMAR supports new permanent exhibition with numerous exhibits

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This comb jelly (Mnemiopsis leidyi) is only 1.5 cm in size and was photographed in Kiel Fjord. Photo: Javidpour Jamileh, GEOMAR
27.11.2013

Comb Jellyfish Recognize Their Enemies

Kiel marine scientists study the immune system of the "sea walnut"

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Prof. Dr. Gerold Siedler (center) is one of the publishers of the second edition of Ocean Circulation & Climate. Other authors are Dr. Toste Tanhua, Prof. Dr. Arne Körtzinger, Prof. Dr. Peter Brandt und Prof. Dr. Mojib Latif (from left) fromGEOMAR. Foto: J. Steffen, GEOMAR
25.11.2013

The Role of the Ocean for Climate Change

A new book presents the current state of knowledge

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A slender snipe eel (Nemichthys scolopaceus) (front ), a pelican eel (Eurypharynx pelecanoides) (2nd from left) and other abyssal specimens in the deep-sea exhibition module of the GEOMAR Aquarium. Photo: J. Steffen, GEOMAR
22.11.2013

The Deep Sea at the Aquarium GEOMAR

New exhibition module displays fascinating creatures of the oceans

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