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Marine Ecology

A barred Hamlet (Hypoplectrus puella) off the coast of Panama. Photo: Kosmas Hench/GEOMAR
 

How new species arise in the sea

Study sheds new light on a fundamental question in evolutionary biology

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Decreasing pH values in the seawater harm cod larvae more than previously thought. Photo: Catriona Clemmesen/GEOMAR (CC BY 4.0)
 

Ocean acidification harms cod larvae more than previously thought

New studies on cod larvae show severe organ damages caused by high CO2 concentrations

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Biofilm formed by bacteria and microalgae on a plastic surface in water from the Kiel Fjord, visualized with confocal laser scanning microscopy. Photo: Jan Michels/Future Ocean
 

The fate of plastic in the oceans

Experiment shows: microplastics aggregate with natural particles

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A specimen of Blackfordia virginica. Photo: Cornelia Jaspers/GEOMAR, DTU Aqua (CC BY 4.0)
 

New jellyfish species in the Kiel Canal

Further spread of Blackfordia virginica into the Baltic Sea is likely

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Dr. Mark Hopwood during a measurement campaign on the coast of Greenland. Photo: Thomas Juul-Pedersen / GCRC
 

Glacier depth affects plankton blooms off Greenland

Study shows complex connection between meltwater discharge and nutrient input

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Microplastics collected from the stomach of one Christmas Shearwater (Puffinus nativitatis) found dead on Salas y Gómez Island. Photo: Matías Portflitt Toro
 

Marine litter in remote regions of the oceans

Chilean-German researchers show impressive effects on the marine ecosystem

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Mussels of the species Perna perna originally live in Europe, Africa and South America, but have invaded North American waters. As part of the global GAME experiment, they were examined in Brazil Photo: Felipe Ribeiro
 

Travel Stress can Train Bioinvaders

International study identifies a new potential driver of invasion success in marine species

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