A bongo net is hoisted on board the research vessel POSEIDON. Photo: Mark Lenz/GEOMAR
Research vessel SONNE studies the path of plastic waste in the ocean
A man and a woman standing a ship's bulwark handle a CTD rosette. Photo: Martin Visbeck
New study shows surprising contrast between ocean properties and currents
Schematic illustration of the influence of the ozone layer in the stratosphere on atmospheric dynamics. Graphic: Sabine Haase / GEOMAR
More complex models are superior in the representation of atmospheric changes
The submersible JAGO during the expedition AL533 off the Aeolian Islands. Photo: Nikolas Linke (CC BY 4.0)
Research submersible of GEOMAR will be decommissioned in 2021



Information about the Corona Pandemic

Screenshot of the GoJelly App.

Scientists ask for support for Jellyfish research

The GoJelly project publishes app for species identification

Four crew members of Maria S. Merian secure the PAP buoy to the stern crane.

Neighborhood Assistance in the North Atlantic

Expedition MSM96 recovers large buoy of the British National Oceanography Centre

[Translate to English:] Falling Walls Conference.

Breaking walls with new ideas and innovations

Three GEOMAR finalists at this year's Falling Walls Conference

Members of the Scientific Advisory Board in discussion with representatives of GEOMAR in an online conference. Source: GEOMAR

Strategy GEOMAR 2030 discussed with the Scientific Advisory Board

Advisory board of GEOMAR supports ideas for strategic reorientation

Investigation of samples in a clean lab. Photo. J. Steffen, GEOMAR

EARTO Innovation Award for early detection method for Osteoporosis

Procedure developed by GEOMAR wins 1. Prize

 Ulf Riebesell, Andreas Ludwig and Jan Taucher in der work boat 'Wassermann'

The uncertain future of the oceans

Study analyzes the reaction of plankton communities to increased carbon dioxide

ALKOR in the mouth of the river Schwentine

Artificial Intelligence under the Sea

Tests for an autonomous measurement network in Eckernförde Bay

Illustration depicting the onset of the Permian-Triassic mass extinction based on findings of Jurikova et al. (2020). Illustrated by Dawid Adam Iurino (PaleoFactory, Sapienza University of Rome)

Driver of the largest mass extinction in the history of the Earth identified

New study provides a comprehensive reconstruction of the Permian-Triassic boundary event

Cod larve. Photo: T. Reusch, GEOMAR.

No offspring for cod and herring

Scientists alerted: Fish stocks in the western Baltic Sea threatened by collapse