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Earthquake close to a geothermal site in South Korea

International study investigates a potential connection.

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Geomagnetic South Atlantic Anomaly probably no evidence of reversing Earth’s magnetic field

Scientists reconstruct Earth's magnetic field of the past.

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„Zukunftstag“ at the GFZ – The Earth is our laboratory

On 26 April the 16th „Zukunftstag“ (future career day) takes place – the GFZ participates with the slogan “The Earth is our laboratory”.

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A re-evaluation of unconventional natural gas in the Karoo Basin in South Africa

Resource estimates of shale gas reservoirs much higher than analyzed before.

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Close-up of a jet at a black hole

Virtual radio telescope records a jet with unprecedented resolution.

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The strange behavior of animals before Earthquakes

Can animals warn about earthquakes?

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The wobbling of the Earth

Hydrodynamic model calculations improve the prediction of changes in the polar motion.

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Personalia | Michael Wiedenbeck has been appointed as Reseach Associate by the Royal Ontario Museum in Toronto

Michael Wiedenbeck, head of the SIMS lab at the GFZ, has been appointed as Research Associate by the Royal Ontario Museum in Toronto, Canada.

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Aquaplaning in the geological underground

Water pressure as a critical factor for mega-earthquakes, study by GFZ scientists reveals.

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Learning from the geosciences – 11th Research Data Alliance Plenary

The 11th Research Data Alliance (RDA) plenary from 21 to 23 March brought together international stakeholders from 41 countries and several disciplines on the topic of research data.

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