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With help of the AUV ABYSS (top right) the mud volcanoes Abzu, Tiamat and M. Ivanov have been discovered in 2012. Photo/Graphic: GEOMAR
24.03.2015

New insights into the mysterious ocean floor

Marine scientists from Kiel present new concepts of the formation of mud volcanoes and cold seeps in the deep sea.

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Lighthouse in Büsum (Schleswig-Holstein, Germany). Sea level rise significantly differs from one coast to another. Photo: Klaus Heinrich Vanselow, Copyright: Uni Kiel / FTZ Westküste
16.03.2015

Sea level rise: More data from the oceans needed

Climate scientists from Kiel show how regional predictions can be enhanced

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The program of the symposium began with an evening lecture of geobiologist Prof. Dr. Reinhold Leinfelder on thuesday. photo: J. Steffen, GEOMAR
17.03.2015

Can we use the ocean in a sustainable way?

In Kiel, marine scientists discuss strategies for responsible use of the oceans

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03.03.2015

GEOMAR cooperates with Cape Verde and Gran Canaria

Partners met in Kiel to exchange ideas

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Massive coralline alga, Clathromorphum nereostratum, endemic to the Aleutian Islands and Bering Sea with associated green sea urchins, Strongylocentrotus polyacanthus. Photo taken by Joe Tomoleoni as part of NSF PLR-1316141, PI: Bob S. Steneck, Univ. of Maine
23.02.2015

Via Laser into the Past of the Oceans

GEOMAR researchers reconstruct pH values for the past 120 years in the North Pacific

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Brachiopod Paraspirifer bownockeri from the Middle Devonian of Ohio (USA); width: 5,6 centrimetre. photo: U. Jansen, Senckenberg-Museum, Frankfurt on the Main.
03.02.2015

500 Million Years of Ocean History

GEOMAR coordinates European research and training project BASE-LiNE Earth

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In some regions of the oceans manganese nodules occur in vast amounts on the seafloor. Photo: Nils Brenke, CeNak
30.01.2015

Deep-Sea Mining: What are the risks?

GEOMAR coordinates European joint project on impact assessment

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