Negative emissions that could lead to the 1.5° climate target are still subject to many uncertainties. Graphic: Rita Erven/GEOMAR

Do we need technical measures for CO2 removal to achieve the 1.5° target?

DFG Priority Programme Publishes Video on the Role of Negative Emissions

In spring 2016, a team from GEOMAR and Kiel University on board the research vessel POSEIDON installed the GeoSEA transponders on the eastern flank of Mount Etna. Photo: Felix Gross (CC BY 4.0)

GeoSEA array records sliding of Mount Etna’s southeastern flank

Volcano flank moves under water – Tsunami is a possible consequence

Prof. Dr. Hildegard Westphal (left), director of the ZMT Bremen, with Prof. Dr. Anja Engel, chairwoman of the GEOMAR Women's Exdcutive Board. Photo:  Jens Klimmeck/GEOMAR

Tropical Coastal Boundaries - From global to local stressors

24th Marie-Tharp Lecture with Prof. Dr. Hildegard Westphal

Schematic of submarine aquifers. Graphics: B. Weymer, GEOMAR.

Search for Groundwater in the Ocean

New German-Maltese Research Project started

Manganese nodules in the Clarion Clipperton Zone in more than 4000 metres depth.  In a few years some countries could apply to the International Seabed Authority for a mining licence in the CCZ. Photo: ROV-Team/GEOMAR (CC BY 4.0)

Deep-sea Mining: Research on Risks and Environmental Impacts Continues

The 2nd phase of the JPI Oceans project "MiningImpact" has started


One Planet - One Ocean

Massive Open Online Course started

Representatives of the Fishbase consortium in Kiel. Photo: Jan Steffen/GEOMAR

FishBase consortium meets in Kiel

Future of the largest database on fish discussed

On the last day of the OceanDeoxygenation conference, Prof. Dr. Andreas Oschlies, spokesperson of the SFB754, presents the 'Kiel Declaration'. Photo: Waldimir Haase/GEOMAR

Urgent appeal for more marine and climate protection

Marine scientists publish "Kiel Declaration"

Global map of oxygen distribution at 300-500m water depth in the world ocean. Source: GEOMAR.

Oceanic oxygen levels are declining

Collaborative Research Centre 754 presents results on oxygen minimum zones

A specimen of Blackfordia virginica. Photo: Cornelia Jaspers/GEOMAR, DTU Aqua (CC BY 4.0)

New jellyfish species in the Kiel Canal

Further spread of Blackfordia virginica into the Baltic Sea is likely