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27.04.2017

Cold-water corals: acidification harms, warming promotes growth

Long-term study reveals combined effects of two climate change drivers

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Reconstructed 3D model of a nanotomography. The left picture shows uraninite (uranium ore) that surrounds gold. In the right picture, a computer programme was used the remove the uraninite to illustrate the large volume hidden in the uranium ore.
20.04.2017

The formation of gold deposits in South Africa

German-Canadian research team discovers new ore-forming process in ancient marine sedimentary basin

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In a new blog the baltic gender project presents career chances of women in marine science. Foto: Jan Steffen, GEOMAR
19.04.2017

Career Paths of Women in Marine Science and Technology

Project “Baltic Gender” starts new blog on Oceanblogs.org

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Drone experiment of the beach of the island of Sylt. Source: B. Quack, GEOMAR.
13.04.2017

Marine scientists using drones for measurements

Collection of air and water samples with drone to better understand air-sea gas exchange

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Melting Ice off the coast of Greenland. Photo: R. Spielhagen.
14.03.2017

Melting Greenland ice has changed ocean currents

German-Dutch research team found evidence of a pronounced cold phase in the warm period occurred some 400,000 years ago

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Water samples are being obtained in the Labrador Sea. Photo: Rafael Abel, GEOMAR
29.03.2017

Close Connection between Deep Currents and Climate

GEOMAR researchers publish long-term observational data from the Labrador Sea

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The village of Fira on Santorin. The island is a well-known holiday destination in the southern Aegean Sea. At the same time it displays traces of massive volcanic eruptions and strong seismic forces. Photo: User tango7174, via Wikimedia Commons, CC BY-SA 4.0
03.04.2017

How Explosive is the Aegean Sea?

German and Greek Scientists study volcanism of the Cyclades Islands

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