What Earth's gravity reveals about climate change
Researchers take stock of the GRACE satellite mission.
Sun, moon and sea as part of a "seismic probe"
Tides and surf can be used for non-destructive analysis of subsurface.
Crowdsourcing speeds up earthquake monitoring
Webserver data and tweets help to locate earthquakes more quickly.
New light into the recent evolution of the African rift valley
Field research on the border between Ethiopia and Kenya provides new insights into the break-up of continents.
How far down does the Earth's surface reach? To answer this question, the 'Deep Earthshape' drilling campaign has started in northern Chile.
At this year's annual conference of the European Geosciences Union EGU in Vienna the GFZ scientists Jean Braun, Chao Xiong, and Irina Zhelavskaya are honoured.
Geophysicist Benjamin Schwarz receives young investigators award of the German Geophysical Society.
On the 17th Brandenburg Future Career Day about 30 school children from Potsdam and environs visit GFZ to gain an insight into the daily work of a geoscientist.
I. Global Processes
II. Plate Boundary Systems
III. Earth Surface and Climate Interactions
IV. Natural Hazards
V. Georesources and Geoenergy
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