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Shipping is the most important means of transport in international trade. Although ships produce fewer emissions per tonne of freight transported than trucks or freight trains, the extensive transport of goods by sea has far-reaching environmental consequences. The project ShipTRASE investigates the effects of global shipping on the ocean and society. Photo: Andreas Villwock
14.05.2020

Reduce ship emissions - but how?

Transdisciplinary research project investigates effects of shipping

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Network of Leading European AQUAtic MesoCOSM Facilities Connecting Mountains to Oceans from the Arctic to the Mediterranean

January, 2017 - December, 2020

Funding body: EU

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Optimizing and Enhancing the Integrated Atlantic Ocean Observing System

April, 2015 - June, 2019

Funding body: EU

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A New Threat to the Stratospheric Ozone Layer from Anthropogenic Very Short-lived Halocarbons

November, 2015 - October, 2020

Funding body: DFG

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Baltic Consortium on Promoting Gender Equality in Marine Research Organisations

September, 2016 - August, 2020

Funding body: EU

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Arctic Impact on Weather and Climate

December, 2016 - February, 2021

Funding body: EU

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The Changing Arctic Transpolar System

March, 2017 - February, 2020

Funding body: Other, BMBF

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Towards a deeper Understanding of Cyanobacteria Blooms in the Baltic Sea

January, 2017 - December, 2019

Funding body: DFG

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Living in the diffusive boundary layer of seaweeds - a potential refuge habitat from ocean acidification

June, 2017 - June, 2020

Funding body: EU

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A DECentralIzed management Scheme for Innovative Valorization of urban biowastE

September, 2016 - August, 2020

Funding body: EU

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Do Ponto-Caspian species have inherent advantages over Northern European or Great Lake-St. Lawrence River species in colonizing new areas?

July, 2014 - June, 2019

Funding body: Other

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  • Research Funding

    Dr. Alexandra Drossou-Berendes
    GEOMAR
    Helmholtz Centre for Ocean Research Kiel
    Wischhofstr. 1-3
    D-24148 Kiel
    Germany
    Phone: +49-431 600-2808
    Fax: +49-431 600-132808
    e-mail: adrossou-berendes(at)geomar.de