Archive 2022

GEOMAR-scientists at the UN Ocean Conference

GEOMAR advocates for strong marine protection at UN Ocean Conference 2022

The institute puts the focus on the importance of marine research for the climate

Installation of instrumentation

Twenty years of ocean current observations for an improved understanding of climate variability

Data from one of the longest time series in the tropical Atlantic now publicly available

Group photo of the participants of the  annual Topic 6 Symposium

Topic 6 annual meeting focuses on networking

Symposium of the Helmholtz PoF IV research program works on comprehensive understanding of the ocean ecosystem

Measurements on the ship

Gas eruption of the past helps to understand the ocean floor

Study investigates natural pathways of gases in the North Sea


GEOMAR calls for consistent action for marine protection

On World Oceans Day, the institute highlights the importance of the so called ‘blue lungs’ for our climate

Autonomous Underwater Vehicle

Getting a better understanding of the influence of eddies in the ocean

Last of three ship expeditions launched in upwelling area off West Africa

Nationalities at GEOMAR

GEOMAR shows colours for the German Diversity Day 2022

Internationality at the institute promotes scientific excellence and innovative solutions

Jan Taucher at a mesocosm

Decline of diatoms due to ocean acidification

Study shows unexpected negative impact by CO2 on important plankton group

Projection of ocean currents

A summit for the virtual ocean

Digital ocean twins make climate research more tangible

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Celebrating GEOMAR’s membership in the Helmholtz Association

Researchers from Kiel contribute a broad range of expertise on the “blue” ocean