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Research vessel METEOR. Photo: Hermann Bange, GEOMAR.
24.01.2017

Southern Italy: Earthquake hazard due to active plate boundary

International team of researchers publishes latest seafloor maps

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Cod. Photo: I. Oelrichs.
06.01.2017

Questions about Gadus morhua or Cod?

FishBase, the world's largest information database, provides answers

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The international team of scientist in fron the research vessel Maria S. Merian in Cape Town. Photo: private.
04.01.2017

Change of guard in the South Atlantic

Research vessel FS Maria S. Merian follows FS Meteor to South America

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In September 2015 the ROV KIEL 6000 filmed a news species of deep-sea octopuses in more than 4000 metres depth. Photo: ROV team, GEOMAR
19.12.2016

Manganese nodules as breeding ground for deep-sea octopuses

Biologists discover a new octopus species at more than 4000 metres depth that guard their eggs, likely for years prior to hatching, and a community which may not survive without hard substrate such as manganese nodules

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The deep-sea robot ROV KIEL 6000 is being lifted back on board the research vessel SONNE (I) during the expedition SO210 after a dive to the Chilean subduction zone. Photo: Bernd Grundmann, GEOMAR
15.12.2016

Mega-Earthquakes fuel methane seeps at the seafloor

GEOMAR-Forscher veröffentlichenGEOMAR researchers present new findings on the 2010 Chile earthquake neue Erkenntnisse zum Chile-Erdbeben 2010

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14.12.2016

A small change with a large impact

Mesocosm experiment reveals how community interactions amplify the response of a calcifying phytoplankton species to ocean acidification

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Current ocean currents in the North Atlantic with northerly warm and saline surface flow (red), deep water formation in the convection areas and deep water flow (blue) feeding the global ocean circulation.  Graphics: C. Kersten GEOMAR.
18.11.2016

Warm Periods not always the same

New findings about water characteristics in the Nordic Seas during interglacials published

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