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23.09.2014 | Research of GFZ-Scientists honored

23.04.2014|Frankfurt/M: 27 year old Mandy Freund is receiving the Bernd-Rendel-Prize for young geo-scientists. The German Science Foundation (DFG) awards this prize for her scientific potential as well as the quality and originality of her work on the spatial reconstruction of European climate utilizing stable isotope ratios of carbon and oxygen from tree rings.



15.09.2014 | Humboldt Research Fellow Associate-Professor Mona Lisa is guest at GFZ

12.09.2014: Associate Professor Mrs. Mona Lisa from Quaid-I-Azam Natl. University at Islamabad (Pakistan) is guest at the GFZ in Section "Physics of Earthquakes and Volcanoes". She has won a Georg Forster Research Fellowship in the HERMES Programme of the Alexander von Humboldt Foundation.


15.09.2014 | ICDP Drilling Project COSC in Sweden

15.09.2014|Åre, Sweden: Today a four-week seismic survey in and around the deep borehole COSC-1 in Åre, Sweden, conducted by GFZ scientists, is getting off to a start. The aim of the ICDP project COSC (Collisional Orogeny in the Scandinavian Caledonides) within the framework of the Swedish Scientific Drilling Program (SSDP) is the investigation of orogenic processes.


10.09.2014 | New head of GFZ section 2.6: Prof. Fabrice Cotton

10.09.2014: Since this month Prof. Fabrice Cotton has started his position as new head of Section 2.6 "Seismic Hazard and Stress Field".


09.09.2014 | Ten Years of German-Kyrgyz Cooperation: Central Asian Institute for Applied Geosciences

09.09.2014|Bishkek: With a scientific symposium the Central Asian Institute for Applied Geosciences (CAIAG) celebrates its tenth anniversary in Kyrgyzstan’s capital Bishkek. CAIAG was jointly founded by the GFZ German Research Centre for Geosciences and the Kyrgyzstan Government. More than 100 talks and posters have been registered for the two days symposium.


08.09.2014 | Lakes reflect climatic and human impact in northern central Europe

08.09.2014: Scientist from the GFZ in cooperation with colleagues from universities and further institutions have, for the first time, systematically analyzed a larger lake-level data set from northern central Europe in order to detect and attribute hydrological trends during the last decades. Furthermore, the hydrological dynamics of the last millennium was reconstructed using one particular lake as an example.


05.09.2014 | Taiwan’s Minister of Environmental Protection Administration visits the GFZ

05.09.2014: A delegation from Taiwan, headed by the Minister of the Environmental Protection Administration, Dr. Kuo-Yen WEI, accompanied by Ambassador Agnes Hwa-Yue Chen, visits our Centre where they acquire an overview on current GFZ research themes in the field of CO2-storage, geothermal energy, risk prevention and early warning systems.

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