A Sea otter. Photo: J. Tomoleoni
Limestone-dating at GEOMAR supports complex ecosystem study in Alaska
Asia as a Digital Earth simulation.
Helmholtz project receives award for innovative geo and environmental research
Electron-micrograph of Uvigerina peregrina
GEOMAR study explains role of microbes in marine nutrition circles
Members of the expedition SO277 are working on the working deck of RV SONNE on a CSEM instrumen. Photo: Thore Sager
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RV PLOARSTERN and iced sea

Variability in the Arctic Carbon Cycle

GEOMAR scientists study seasonal changes in the Arctic Ocean

 Fossil plankton shells from the Eocene Epoch. The largest specimens are up to a millimetre in size.

How sensitive is the Earth’s climate?

Study analyzes the impact of carbon dioxide on the climate of the Eocene

[Translate to English:] FS LUDWIG PRANDTL vom HZG in der Nordsee während der MOSES-Kampagne "Elbe 2020". Foto: Felix Geißler/GEOMAR

„Elbe 2020“ – from the inland to the sea

Joint measurements of the AWI, HZG and GEOMAR for the Helmholtz project MOSES

Undewater view of clear coastal waters.

Rewriting the history of seawater composition

New study contradicts assumptions of constant element conditions in the oceans

Announcement for the 33rd MTL

Navigating Transformation: The Role and Responsibility of Science

Prof. Dr. Maja Göpel, Secretary-General of the German Advisory Council on Global Change (WBGU) gives 33rd Marie-Tharp Lecture at GEOMAR

Ein Wasserkranzschöpfer mit CTD. Damit wird die Wassersäule analysiert. Foto: Conny Posern

Long-term observations in the North Atlantic will be continued

Researchers on board of the MARIA S. MERIAN report on their work in the Labrador Sea

The city Masaya

On the trail of a volcanic explosion

GEOMAR volcanologists investigate a 6000-year old eruption in Central America

The sun is shining above the SONNE.

The earth's mantle as a lava lamp

Volcanic chains “recycle” oceanic crust and continental material

Ammunition on the Baltic seabed. Photo: GEOMAR.

World War II legacy has to be eliminated now!

Marine researchers step up activities for underwater munitions detection and disposal