Press releases

Below you find current press releases of the GEOMAR Helmholtz Centre for Ocean Reseach Kiel. Former press releases of GEOMAR and the predecessor  IFM-GEOMAR you find on the archive pages of the the years 2014,
2013, 2012201120102009 and 2008.

Current press releases

The path of a plastic bag from the sea surface to the seabed Grafik: GEOMAR.
10.02.2016

Seabed as a long-term deposit for plastic

Kiel marine scientists investigate the depletion of plastic bags in the sediment

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Samples of Lithothamnion glaciale in the lab. Photo: Federica Ragazzola
08.02.2016

Ocean acidification softens important benthic habitat former

Coralline red alga form less robust cells under elevated carbon dioxide levels

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Temperature fluctuations of  the past 130,000 years, reconstructed from ice-core data obtained in Greenland. A major goal of the PalMod project is to simulate this epoch with a state-of-the-art model. Illustration: GEOMAR
05.02.2016

130,000 years of Earth's history for better climate predictions

German joint project PalMod to decipher the causes of past climate changes started

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Seagrass Zostera marina in the Kiel Bay. Photo: Thorsten Reusch, GEOMAR
27.01.2016

Genome of the flowering plant that returned to the sea

Multinational science team studied the Evolution of Zostera marina

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Launch of a glider off the coast of Peru . Photo: Anna Reichel, GEOMAR
22.01.2016

Glider Swarm tracks newborn Eddy

Marine scientists from Kiel and Bremen, for the first time, document the formation of an eddy off the coast of Peru

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The Cape Verdean research vessel ISLANDIA has been used to take samples from the low-oxygen eddy. Photo: B. Fiedler, GEOMAR
11.01.2016

Low oxygen eddies open up new views on the Atlantic Ocean

Kiel Marine Sciences show previously unknown biological processes in the Atlantic

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07.01.2016

New insights into the fate of methane released at the seafloor

Details about emissions from a crater at an abandoned well site published

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