Oceanic magnetic field as an indicator for the climate phenomenon El Niño
They may improve ENSO-forecast and add to a better understanding of underlying processes.
Did a changing climate cause the extinction of an evolutionary branch of Homo sapiens?
An international team sheds light on the climate history of Southeast Africa.
What does global climate have to do with erosion rates?
Not so much, say scientists contesting earlier studies.
A bright and vibrant future for seismology
Fibre-optic cables can be used to detect earthquakes and other ground movements.
Antonia Cozacu finishes her apprenticeship in geomatics at the GFZ as best of the year for the State of Brandenburg.
Christoph Reigber receives the 2018 William Nordberg Medal.
“The GRACE-FO satellites are always first“ - Carsten Falck, head of the Satellite Receiving Station Ny-Ålesund on Spitsbergen.
As of this year, the GFZ offers two PostDoc positions that aim at adding to the future direction of GFZ’s research.
I. Global Processes
II. Plate Boundary Systems
III. Earth Surface and Climate Interactions
IV. Natural Hazards
V. Georesources and Geoenergy
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