Possible start position of all nine MH370 debris on 8 March 2014. The detailed map on the right shows the area around the last contact of the aircraft with a satellite (7th arc) and the search area (hatched). Source: GEOMAR

Lessons learnt from the drift analysis of MH370 debris

New strategies for tracking of marine objects proposed

[Translate to English:] Wissenschaftliche Geräte auf dem Arbeitsdeck von RV SONNE. Foto: Steffen Niemann.

Manganese nodules: desired mineral resource and important habitat

The JPI Ocean project MiningImpact investigates deep-sea ecosystems in the central Pacific Ocean

View on the Eastern South Pacific during the expedition M91 with research vessel METEOR. Researchers from GEOMAR were able to determine dissolved hydroxylamine in water samples from numerous stations. These measurements provide indications where nitrification occurs. Photo: Kerstin Nachtigall/GEOMAR

Tracing the Process of Nitrous Oxide Formation in the Ocean

First hydroxylamine measurements in the open ocean conducted by GEOMAR team

AtlantOS Symposium

Progress in Ocean Observations in the Atlantic

EU-Horizon 2020 Project AtlantOS presents plans an for international All-Atlantic Ocean Observing System

CTD-Rosette with sampling bottles for collecting water needed to determine the concentration of CO2 in the ocean. (Photo: Martin Visbeck/GEOMAR)

The ocean as a sink for man-made Carbon Dioxide

International research project determines the CO2 absorption of the world's oceans between 1994 and 2007

Glacier edge in Greenland. The new study shows that rain increasingly causes surface ice melting of the inland ice. Photo: Tim Brücher/GEOMAR

Greenland: Rainy weather events trigger increased surface melting

New study shows overlooked consequence of global warming