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Cold-water coral Lophelia pertusa in Trondheim fjord (Norway). Photo: Solvin Zankl
16.04.2014

Cold-Water Corals Document Environmental Changes

GEOMAR scientists develop new climate archive

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Award winners Dr. Kathrin Wuttig ( l) and Sarah Schnurr (r). Photo: A. Villwock, GEOMAR.
14.04.2014

Tracking Changes in the Ocean

Annette Barthelt Foundation honors three young marine scientists for their work on ocean acidification, biogeochemical trace gas analysis and biodiversity.

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Living foraminifera of the species Ammonia aomoriensis. The diameter of the foraminifera shown is about one quarter of a millimeter. Photo credit: K. Haynert, GEOMAR
09.04.2014

Protected by the Seabed: Unicellular Organisms Tolerate Ocean Acidificationen

GEOMAR scientists simulate future climate scenarios

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High resolution simulation of ocean currents in the North Atlantic. Source: GEOMAR
07.04.2014

The Ocean - The Long-Term Memory of Our Climate System

International expert meeting on ocean modeling in Kiel

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Three EU politicians (Ulrike Rodust, Isabelle Thomas and Dolores García-Hierro Caraballo (left to right) with representatives of the EU and GEOMAR in front of the JAGO submersible. Photo: A. Villwock, GEOMAR
27.03.2014

The Fine Line between Ecology and Economy

EU politicians gathered information on fisheries management

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Polarstern (back) and Meteor (front) during their visit in the Atlantic. Photo: M. Visbeck, GEOMAR.
25.03.2014

Summit on the High Seas

German research vessels POLARSTERN and METEOR meet in the tropical Atlantic

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Coral in the Red Sea. Diameter of the coral is approximately five metres. Photo: Helmut Schuhmacher
18.03.2014

Corals track strongest Indian Ocean Current over 334 years

Scientists from GEOMAR use corals as high-resolution temperature archive

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