How hot can it be for life to exist deep below the ocean floor?
International study in Science provides surprising insights into the limits of life from previously unexplored depths.
Earthquake Scenario for Large German City
GFZ modelling: what to expect in the event of a major earthquake near Cologne contributing to the government’s “Risk Analysis in Civil Protection 2019”.
A rich source of nutrients under the Earth’s ice sheets
Data from Greenland and Antarctica show: under ice trace elements are mobilised at higher rates than previously assumed.
Monitoring open-cast mines better than before
New radar satellites allow observation in almost real time.
Better calculation of stress in the underground: The GFZ presents the first publicly accessible database of stress magnitudes for Germany.
David Uhlig, former PhD student in the GFZ section Earth Surface Geochemistry, will be awarded the Potsdam Young Scientist Award 2020. Livestream today, Fr Nov 27, 7 pm.
New VARDA database as a unique tool for paleoclimatologists to synchronize climate records from annually deposited sediments in lakes around the world.
Geosciences with an atomically sharpened view: The new high-performance transmission electron microscope of the GFZ was commissioned on 24.11.2020.
I. Global Processes
II. Plate Boundary Systems
III. Earth Surface and Climate Interactions
IV. Natural Hazards
V. Georesources and Geoenergy
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