Geo.X Workshop: Hackathon - The challenge of +4 data, Visualizing and comparing outputs from landscape evolution models

Geo.X invites early-carees scientists from all Geo.X institutions to join the Geo.X Hackathon "The challenge of +4 data: 
Visualizing and comparing...

GFZ-Neujahrsempfang

Am 10. Januar 2018 veranstaltet das GFZ seinen Neujahrsempfang. Festredner ist Prof. Wolfgang Wahlster zum Thema Künstliche Intelligenz.

German YES Chapter founded

German branch of the Young Earth Scientists network founded at the GFZ.

Seismic monitoring of rockfalls and landslides can protect human lives

Landslides and rockfalls are a significant hazard in mountain regions. A project in Switzerland investigates triggers.

Increase in light pollution

By saving cost and energy, the lighting revolution may increase light pollution

When continents break it gets warm on Earth

Rift zones released large amounts of CO2 from depth, which influenced global climate change.

Personalia | Four new Humboldt Fellows at the GFZ

Four scientists come to the GFZ with funding from the Alexander von Humboldt Foundation

Cooling in high and mid-latitudes led to aridification in Northern Africa

The African Humid Period ended about 5,500 years before now. Northern high-latitude cooling probably was an important trigger, plant leaf waxes from...

Personalia | „Goldenes Lot 2017“ for Tsunami Early Warning System

On 3 November 2017 Jörn Lauterjung was honored by the German Association of Surveyors (Verband Deutscher Vermessungsingenieure VDV) with the „Goldenes...

Carbonate shells of foraminifera form differently than previously thought

The carbonate shells of tiny marine plankton, foraminiferas, are important archives of past climates. They form their differently than previously...