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Personalia | Fabrice Cotton is new chariman of EFEHR consortium

Fabrice Cotton has been elected chairman of the European Facilities for Earthquake Hazard and Risk consortium EFEHR.

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Early warning signals heralded fatal collapse of Krakatau volcano

GFZ researchers reconstruct the flank collapse event that triggered a tsunami which killed 430 people in December 2018 – new approach towards better early warning systems.

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Erdbeben der Magnitude 5,7 im Marmarameer bei Istanbul

Marco Bohnhoff, Deutsches GeoForschungsZentrums GFZ: „Wir beobachten die Vorgänge sehr genau.“

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Das Langzeitgedächtnis unseres Klimasystems im Fokus

Helmholtz-Einrichtungen liefern wichtige Beiträge zum IPCC Sonderbericht zu Ozean und Kryosphäre

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Personalia | Kirk Bryan Award for three GFZ scientists

Kirk Bryan Award for Kristen Cook, Jens Turowski, ans Niels Hovius.

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Interview | "A great opportunity for our method development" - interview with Maximilian Semmling, head of GNSS reflectometry working group

"A great opportunity for our method development" - Maximilian Semmling on GNSS reflectometry and his research project within the Arctic expedition MOSAiC.

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Obituary for Sigmund Jähn: "Simply a cool guy."

He was the first German in space, one of the pioneers of remote sensing from space, and he was a friend of GFZ: Sigmund Jähn passed away on Saturday, 21 September.

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Two Helmholtz Innovation Labs will be established at GFZ Potsdam

"3D Underground Seismic Lab" and "FERN.Lab - Remote Sensing for Sustainable Use of Resources" are funded with a total of 3.8 million euros.

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Researchers see need for action on forest fire risk

New statistical approach: changes in forest fires in the 19th and 20th centuries were man-made.

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Personalia | James M. Anderson awarded Peter McGregor Prize

The "DiFX collaboration" with GFZ’s James M. Anderson won the Peter McGregor Prize for their achievements related to very-long-baseline interferometry (VLBI).

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