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24.10.2014 | Friedrich-Robert-Helmert-Award 2013/2014 for the best doctoral dissertation of the year

24.10.2014|Potsdam: The Association of Friends and Supporters of the GFZ (FFGFZ) honored the year's best doctoral dissertation with the Friedrich-Robert-Helmert-Award today.


24.10.2014 | Magma Pancakes beneath Lake Toba

2014/10/31: The tremendous amounts of lava that are emitted during super-eruptions accumulate over millions of years prior to the event in the Earth's crust. These reservoirs consist of magma that intrudes into the crust in the form of numerous horizontally oriented sheets resting on top of each other like a pile of pancakes.


21.10.2014 | Cosmogenic Nuclides in the Critical Zone

20.10.2014: Friedhelm von Blanckenburg, GFZ German Research Centre for Geosciences, and Jane Willenbring, University of Pennsylvania, are the guest editors of the latest edition of the geochemical magazine „Elements“ (no. 10 Issue 5).


18.10.2014 | Pressure management in CO2 storage reservoirs by brine production

18.10.2014: An international team of scientists including Thomas Kempka (GFZ German Research Centre for Geosciences) investigated how a targeted extraction of formation fluids from the storage formation can reduce the pressure in the pores of storage formation rocks.


17.10.2014 | Prize for Isotope Research in Paleohydrology

17.10.2014| Munich: Dr. Dirk Sachse (Section "Geomorphology") was awarded this year's "Dr. Karleugen-Habfast Isotope Prize" at the GASIR Meeting (German Association for Stable Isotope Research) in Munich. Dirk Sachse received this prize for his work in molecular paleohydrology, as an Emmy-Noether Research Group Leader.


15.10.2014 | Field test for back-production of CO2 at the Ketzin pilot site

2014/10/15: Today the GFZ German Research Centre for Geosciences started a field test for back-production of carbon dioxide (CO2) in Ketzin.


15.10.2014 | First „GFZ Lecture“ with the winner of the Helmholtz International Fellow Award

14.10.2014: Prof. Dr. Günter Blöschl, Dean of the Institute of Hydraulic Engineering and Water Resources Management, TU Vienna (Austria), will hold the inaugural address to mark the opening of the newly established series “GFZ Lectures”. Professor Blöschl, who is being conferred with the Helmholtz International Fellow Award on this occasion, will speak about “Changing Floods in a Changing World”.

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