A Sea otter. Photo: J. Tomoleoni
Limestone-dating at GEOMAR supports complex ecosystem study in Alaska
Asia as a Digital Earth simulation.
Helmholtz project receives award for innovative geo and environmental research
Electron-micrograph of Uvigerina peregrina
GEOMAR study explains role of microbes in marine nutrition circles
Members of the expedition SO277 are working on the working deck of RV SONNE on a CSEM instrumen. Photo: Thore Sager
Follow the blog of the current expedition of RV SONNE


Found it. Last Saturday, the crew of the VWFS DENEB recovered the missing sensor rack from the Boknis-Eck observatory. Photo: Martin Steen/GEOMAR

Rack of the missing Boknis-Eck observatory found

BSH ship DENEB recovered GEOMAR and HZG sensor node

Map of the North Sea with the two dam projects. From Groeskamp / Kjellsson, 2020).

Gigantic dam to protect North Sea countries

Scientists propose damming of the North Sea

Image of the Congo estuary taken by Landsat 8 satellite on 2 March 2015 Photo: NASA/USGS

The Congo is a Major Source of Iron for the Southeast Atlantic

Study shows surprisingly high fertilisation of the ocean

[Translate to English:] Interim Meeting von Digital Earth in Potsdam. Foto: Tobias Korf

Understanding the earth better through digital networking

2. Interim Meeting of the Digital Earth Project

[Translate to English:] "Meeres-Schnee" Foto: Henk-Jan Hoving/GEOMAR

Marine Snow as garbage disposal in the Ocean?

New study on the role of biological particles in the removal of surface microplastics


Quo vadis Antarctic Bottom Water?

Export of the most important deep-water mass of the Southern Hemisphere is prone to disturbances

The research vessel MARIA S. MERIAN in the port  of Bridgetown. Here the EUREC4A campaign will start on Monday. Photo: Johannes Karstensen/GEOMAR

Clouds: One of the Great Mysteries of Climate Science

GEOMAR contributes to the international EUREC4A campaign in the subtropical North Atlantic

[Translate to English:] Die Ohrenqualle Aurelia aurita blüht in Oberflächengewässern, bevor sie abstirbt und anschließend ins Innere des Ozeans absinkt. Foto: Christian Gaillard.

Tiny, but effective

Gelatinous zooplankton makes an important contribution to marine carbon transport

Prof. Dr. Lisa Beal during the "Marie Tharp Lecture". Photo: Nikolas Linke/GEOMAR

Western border currents in climate change

Prof. Dr. Lisa Beal holds the 29th Marie Tharp Lecture at GEOMAR

Group photo. Photo: Bradley Weymer, GEOMAR.

Groundwater at the sea floor

Maltese-German summer school on freshwater resources in the ocean