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Since seven years the World Ocean Review series is very popular. Photo: Jolan Kieschke.
17.11.2017

Coasts – A Vital Habitat Under Pressure

World Ocean Review 5 published

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Comb jelly (Mnemiopsis leidyi). Photo: C. Jaspers, GEOMAR.
16.11.2017

Fast reproduction to sustain invasion success

Why do some species become invasive in new ocean habitats while others do not?

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Prof. Dr. Karin Lochte during her Marie-Tharp Lecture at GEOMAR. Photo. M. Nehir, GEOMAR.
15.11.2017

Ice Melt in the Polar Seas

Dr. hc Karin Lochte held the 21st Marie-Tharp Lecture for Ocean Research at the GEOMAR

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Aerial view on the OSCM. Photo: E. Silva Delgado.
15.11.2017

Ocean Science Centre Mindelo starts scientific operation

150 scientists from Europe, Africa and the Americas meet at the OSCM

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The FS Meteor sailing through the South Atlantic. The equipment being towed on the left is a water sampler, connected to a ‘clean air’ laboratory on the deck of the ship, used to collect water for the experiments without contamination. Photo: Angela Stippkugel, GEOMAR
01.11.2017

A Nutrient Mix Makes Phytoplankton Thrive

New Nature study provides experimental evidence for widespread nutrient co-limitation

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In several long-term experiments with the KOSMOS mescosms, the BIOACID members have investigated the impact of ocean acidification on marine oceosystems. Photo: Maike Nicolai, GEOMAR (CC BY 4.0)
25.10.2017

A strong case for limiting climate change

BIOACID concludes after eight years of extensive research on ocean acidification

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The habitat formed by manganese nodules is home to specific sessile and mobile fauna. Photo: ROV-Team, GEOMAR (CC BY 4.0)
18.10.2017

Deep-Sea Mining: Transparent Environmental Management Needed

Final meeting of the European research project “MiningImpact” at the NHM London

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