The expedition POS519 leads the researchers with the German research vessel POSEIDON from Las Palmas (Spain) to the coast of Mauritania. Photo: Jan Steffen/GEOMAR

Open Science on the open Ocean

Marine research goes public off the coast of Mauritania

Experts on jellyfish from 15 scientific institutions and companies from all over Europe met in Madeira. Photo: GoJelly

GoJelly project officially kicks off!

Over 40 experts meet on Madeira to discuss first steps to sustainable Jellyfish products

White methane hydrate layers traverse the sediments. Photo: MARUM - Zentrum für Marine Umweltwissenschaften, Universität Bremen; G. Bohrmann

Methane hydrate dissociation off Spitsbergen not caused by climate change

Study identifies post-glacial processes as main reason

The habitat formed by manganese nodules is home to specific sessile and mobile fauna. Photo: ROV-Team, GEOMAR (CC BY 4.0)

Deep-sea mining: serious consequences for the marine ecosystem

Scientists call for measures to protect the marine environment

Launch of a CTD System to collect water samples. The Collaborative Research Center 754 has been intensively studying the oxygen minimum zones in the tropical Atlantic and Pacific since 2008. Photo: Martina Lohmann, GEOMAR.

Oxygen depletion in the ocean is increasing

Science study reveals risks, but also suggests solutions

A specimen of the atlantic squid Sthenoteuthis pteropus. Photo: Solvin Zankl,

Squid as links within and between foodwebs

New details published on the role of squids in the oceanic food web and carbon cycle

Prof. Peter Herzig (5th from left) und Bjørn Jalving (4th from left) with representatives of Kongsberg Maritime and GEOMAR. Photo: J. Steffen, GEOMAR

GEOMAR and Kongsberg want to strengthen their Collaboration

The focus, as defined in the recently signed Memorandum of Understanding, is on developments in the field of environmental monitoring and underwater sensor technology.

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