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Marine Ecology


Rising water temperatures and acidification affect important plankton organism

First laboratory study reveals effects of two environmental factors on copepods


Double whammy for important Baltic seaweed

Environmental impacts must be considered in combination


Looking back into the future: Are corals able to resist a declining pH?

Samples from reefs at natural carbon dioxide vents facilitate predictions

Lead author Dr. Corinna Breusing in the climate chamber with deep-sea mussels  Bathymodiolus azoricus. Photo: Jan Steffen, GEOMAR

Phantom Habitats in the Deep-Sea

International group of researchers identifies connections between ecosystems at “black smokers”

Cold water coral reef in northern Norway. The corals form large reefs along the entire European coast. Photo: ROV team, GEOMAR.

Comfort zone of cold-water corals has always been thin

GEOMAR researchers reconstruct the development of carbonate mounds off Ireland

Gracilaria mat at Tirpitz-Hafen Kiel. Foto: Florian Weinberger, GEOMAR

Invasive Seaweed adopts a smart survival strategy

Invasive seaweed adapts successfully to harmful bacterial vermins

An unicellular organismn of the species Thalassicolla caerulea. Photo: Tristan Biard

Giant Protozoa are the Secret Stars of the Ocean

French-German publication in Nature magazine, reveals new insights into the composition of the zooplankton