[Translate to English:] WASCAL mit Präsident der Republik Cabo Verde, Jorge Carlos Fonseca (Mitte). Foto: Edson Silva Delgado
25.11.2019

Full house at Ocean Science Centre Mindelo

Cabo Verde Ocean Week starts with port call of three research vessels and high-level meetings

Prof. Dr. Burkard Baschek and Prof. Dr. Arne Körtzinger in front of the research aircraft Stemme S-10 VTX of the FH Aachen. Photo: Philipp Hilker/FH Aachen
22.11.2019

MOSES hunts Ocean Eddies

Marine and coastal scientists investigate mobile oxygen minimum zones

[Translate to English:] Mit Gashydraten durchsetztes Sediment. Foto: Archiv GEOMAR.
21.11.2019

Gas hydrates in European waters

Largest occurrences in the Black Sea and the European Arctic Ocean

[Translate to English:] Eisberge im Südwesten Grönlands. Foto: Thomas Juul-Pedersen, GINR
19.11.2019

Icebergs as a source of nutrients

Will climate change lead to more iron fertilization in the ocean?

[Translate to English:] Cover WOR VI
07.11.2019

The Polar Regions - The End of the Eternal Ice

[Translate to English:] Aus Oberflächenmessungen berechnete Verteilung von ΔCH4. Nach Weber et al., 2019.
25.10.2019

How much methane is released by the ocean?

New study reduces uncertainties in emissions of this important greenhouse gas

[Translate to English:] Gesunder Blasentang. Foto: Uli Kunz.
15.10.2019

Acceleration and brake processes to adapt to global change

Bladderwrack shows coupled reactions to environmental changes

Prof. Dr. Angelika Brandt giving the 30th Marie-Tharp-Lecture at GEOMAR. Photo: Nikolas Linke/GEOMAR
02.10.2019

Research in the Largest Ecosystem of the World

30th Marie Tharp Lecture with Prof. Dr. Angelika Brandt gives new insights into the Deep Sea

[Translate to English:] Wissenschaftlerinnen und Wissenschaftler nehmen Wasserproben, um sie auf einzellige Räuber hin zu untersuchen. Foto: Marie Cuvelier
26.09.2019

Viruses as Modulators of Interactions in Marine Ecosystems

GEOMAR scientists show a new picture of the role of viruses in the ocean

[Translate to English:] Wartung einer ozeanografischen Verankerung im tropischen Atlantik. Solche Langzeitdaten helfen, Veränderungen in den Ozeanen zu erkennen und zukünftige Entwicklungen abzuschätzen. Sie liefern damit wichtige Beiträge zum aktuellen Sonderbericht des IPCC. Foto: Michael Schneider/FS METEOR
26.09.2019

Focusing on the long-term memory of our climate system

Helmholtz Centres made important contributions to the IPCC Special Report on the Ocean and the Cryosphere