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Negative emissions that could lead to the 1.5° climate target are still subject to many uncertainties. Graphic: Rita Erven/GEOMAR
11.10.2018

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

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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)
10.10.2018

GeoSEA array records sliding of Mount Etna’s southeastern flank

Volcano flank moves under water – Tsunami is a possible consequence

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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
25.09.2018

Tropical Coastal Boundaries - From global to local stressors

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

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Schematic of submarine aquifers. Graphics: B. Weymer, GEOMAR.
25.09.2018

Search for Groundwater in the Ocean

New German-Maltese Research Project started

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24.09.2018

One Planet - One Ocean

Massive Open Online Course started

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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)
24.09.2018

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

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

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AUV ABYSS images from the Pacific seafloor 10, 7.5, and 4 meters away. The upper two images show a stationary lander, also an autonomous underwater device The images c to f show manganese nodules recognizable as dark points on the seabed. Photo: AUV-Team/GEOMAR
10.09.2018

Understanding deep-sea images with artificial intelligence

GEOMAR research team develops new workflow for image analysis

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