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New sensors for new insights into volcanoes

Developing a new generation of portable, inexpensive gravimeters for real-time monitoring of subsurface mass changes.

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Movements in the Earth’s interior are the missing link of polar motion

Mass movements of the solid mantle account for a third of dislocation.

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Searching for clues on extreme climate change

Nearly 13,000 years ago, pines in southern France experienced a cold snap, which scientists have now reconstructed.

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GRACE-FO Satellite Switching to Backup Instrument Processing Unit

The Gravity Recovery and Climate Experiment Follow-On (GRACE-FO) mission team plans to switch to a backup system in the microwave instrument on one of the twin spacecraft this month. Following the switch-over, GRACE-FO is expected to quickly resume...

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Report | German-Russian training course in the regional observatory TERENO North-East

German-Russion Summer School on climate change on a regional scale in Germany.

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A new frame for the sky

As of 2019, reference frame ICRF-3 serves for orientation of GPS systems and navigation of space probes.

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Seismology and seismic risk assessment – Training course in Accra, Ghana, was started

Last Monday, this year’s international GFZ training course “Seismology, Seismic Data Analysis, Hazard Assessment, and Risk Mitigation” was started in Accra.

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Die Haut unseres Planeten

Die Potsdam Summer School 2018 beschäftigt sich mit dem Zusammenspiel dynamischer Prozesse an der Erdoberfläche.

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Report | Training course on sustainable energy concepts

Five-day training course as part of the research co-operation initiative with the Sultanate Oman.

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Personalia | Danish hydrologist Arnbjerg-Nielsen spends a sabbatical at GFZ

Karsten Arnbjerg-Nielsen, professor at the Department of Environmental Engineering of the Technical University of Denmark DTU in Copenhagen, spends a sabbatical at GFZ.

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