The role of private households in flood risk management
Data-mining allows considering individual precautionary measures.
A better forecast of storms in the ionosphere
Navigation through satellite systems can now be better quantified.
Ultra-slow earthquake indicates deep crustal movement near Istanbul.
Deep low-frequency earthquakes indicate migration of magmatic fluids beneath Laacher See...
Seismological Surveys, GFZ and KIT publish study in Geophysical Journal International.
GFZ monitors the subsurface in the North of Myanmar with a temporary seismic monitoring network in order to better understand tectonic processes.
On 4 February, GFZ scientist Richard Biancale died after a heart attack at the age of 66.
Two GFZ projects focusing on knowledge transfer receive funding from Helmholtz and the State of Brandenburg.
Stefan Schwartze has taken on the role of Administrative Vice-President of the Helmholtz Association.
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