An artificial neural network for monitoring ocean warming
Satellite measurements of electromagnetic fields allow to estimate temperature changes
Antarctic glacier named after GFZ satellite GRACE mission
Special recognition of the contribution to the study of Earth's ice mass dynamics
‘Lubricating’ sediments were critical in making the continents move
Surface erosion controlled the evolution of plate tectonics on Earth
Dutch royal couple visits Telegrafenberg
GFZ and PIK sign cooperation agreements with TU Delft and Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam
The day nursery of the Albert Einstein Science Park receives a new certificate ‘House of Little Researchers’.
Magnetic field model with simpler means - GFZ researcher wins $20,000 prize in ideas competition to improve the global magnetic field model.
GFZ is hosting Helmholtz International Fellow Falk Amelung from Miami University, USA, for his research visit in Germany.
After the foundation stone was laid in November, on 13 June, GFZ celebrated the roofing ceremony for the new 'GeoBioLab'.
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II. Plate Boundary Systems
III. Earth Surface and Climate Interactions
IV. Natural Hazards
V. Georesources and Geoenergy
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