News Archive 2009

IFM-GEOMAR Director receiving the the cheque from Peter Harry Carstensen, Prime Miister of Schleswig-Holstein. Photo: J. Steffen, IFM-GEOMAR.
03.09.2009

Modernisation of the IFM-GEOMAR research fleet

Cold water corals (Lophelia pertusa, is one of the species under pressure due to ocean acidification. Photo taken in the Oslofjord, Norway with the submersible JAGO. Photo: Karen Hissmann, IFM-GEOMAR
01.09.2009

BIOACID

The research submersible JAGO and the New Zealand research vessel BRAVEHEART off the coast of Moorea (French-Polynesia). Photo: K. Hissemann, IFM-GEOMAR
21.07.2009

The Sea Level’s Up and Down

Satellite picture of a Saharan sand storm above the Cape Verde Islands. Source: NASA
19.06.2009

Dust for Breakfast

The mesocosm systems developed in Kiel at the Baltic Sea at Booknis Eck. Photo: U. Riebesell, IFM-GEOMAR
11.06.2009

First successful mission with new experimental ocean observatory

Schematic pattern of sea (sub)surface currents for today and 5 Ma in the Indonesian Throughflow (ITF) area. The 5 Ma scenario is based on general circulation models. Note that the source of water masses entering the Indian Ocean changed considerably (IFM-GEOMAR).
17.05.2009

From Greenhouse to Ice House

Mario Lebrato working in the laboratory at NOCS. Photo: Lebrato
13.05.2009

Fast and efficient as soon as they are dead: Pyrosoma atlanticum

Prof. Dr. Ralph Keeling. Photo: K. Machill, IFM-GEOMAR.
03.04.2009

Humboldt Research Award for Ralph Keeling

Ph.D. student Bjoern Fiedler while testing the new float in the harbour of Mindelo, Cape Verde. In the background the French research L’ATALANTE. (Photo: IFM-GEOMAR)
09.01.2009

Lost and Found

[Translate to English:] Prof. Peter Herzig
09.01.2009

Important honorary post for Peter Herzig Herzig