Thawing permafrost produces more methane than expected
The role of the greenhouse gas methane was underestimated.
The human factor
When does a natural event become a disaster?
Another clue for fast motion of the Hawaiian hotspot
50 to 60 million years ago the hot magmatic source of the volcanoes moved southward fast.
Life under extreme drought conditions
Analysing microorganisms from the Atacama Desert points to possible life on Mars.
Prior to the Research Data Alliance Plenary meeting research data experts discussed how to standardise the publication of research data.
A GFZ report on deep geothermal energy highlights the status and the options of future development of this technology.
On the first of March Cornelia Schmidt-Hattenberger became provisional Head of the GFZ section Geological Storage.
On February 25, a major earthquake (Mw 7.4) hit Papua New Guinea.
I. Global Processes
II. Plate Boundary Systems
III. Earth Surface and Climate Interactions
IV. Natural Hazards
V. Georesources and Geoenergy
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