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
2013, 2012201120102009 and 2008.

Current press releases

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

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.

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

Protected by the Seabed: Unicellular Organisms Tolerate Ocean Acidificationen

GEOMAR scientists simulate future climate scenarios

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

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

International expert meeting on ocean modeling in Kiel

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

Summit on the High Seas

German research vessels POLARSTERN and METEOR meet in the tropical Atlantic

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

Corals track strongest Indian Ocean Current over 334 years

Scientists from GEOMAR use corals as high-resolution temperature archive

The small barnacles from Kiel Fjord are well prepared for climate change. Photo: Christian Pansch, GEOMAR

Baltic Sea "Trains" Marine Life for Climate Change

Barnacles in Kiel Fjord show high stress tolerance to ocean acidification

A fairy tern is feeding a goby to its chick in Mangawhai Harbour, New Zealand. Photo: Ian Southey

Fragile food-web dependency of a critically endangered seabird

GEOMAR-scientist researches the feeding ecology of the New Zealand fairy tern

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