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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

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Double whammy for important Baltic seaweed

Environmental impacts must be considered in combination

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

Samples from reefs at natural carbon dioxide vents facilitate predictions

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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”

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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

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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

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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

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