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Marine Ecology

Standardized water samples are taken monthly at Boknis Eck since 1957. Photo: Mirja Dunker, GEOMAR

International Ocean Sampling Day in Kiel

Researchers at GEOMAR and Kiel University participate in a global measurement campaign

Use of a piston corer aboard R/Vl METEOR to recover the sediment cores off the coast of Peru used in the recently published study. Photo: Dirk Nürnberg, GEOMAR

Does the Release of Iron from Sediments Promote Oxygen Depletion in the Tropical Ocean?

Scientists in Kiel identify additional processes in oxygen minimum zones

Walvis Ridge which extends more than 3,000 kilometres into the South Atlantic is the target of SO233 with the German research vessel SONNE. Image reproduced from the GEBCO world map 2014,

Expedition into the History of the Earth

GEOMAR Scientists study volcanic mountains in the South Atlantic

Cold-water coral Lophelia pertusa in Trondheim fjord (Norway). Photo: Solvin Zankl

Cold-Water Corals Document Environmental Changes

GEOMAR scientists develop new climate 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

Mussels of the genus Bathymodiolus on a black smoker in the area of the Mid-Atlantic Ridge, photographed by the ROV KIEL 6000.

Deep-Sea Organisms – Rare Life at GEOMAR

First-time cultivation of mussels from hydrothermal vents by Kiel marine biologists

An adult European eel Anguilla anguilla. Photo: J. Schröder, GEOMAR

The fate of the Eels

GEOMAR scientists prove oceanographic influences on eel recruitment