A new geomagnetic observatory on Lombok island, Indonesia, was inaugurated on April 10. This collaboration with the University of Mataram, Indonesia, is the 15th geomagnetic observatory operated or supported by GFZ within a global network.
31.03.2014: TIPTIMON, the Tien-Shan Pamir Monitoring program, holds its Midterm Science Meeting this week at the Helmholtz-Centre Potsdam, GFZ – German Research Centre for Geosciences. About 60 scientists from Germany and Central Asia will share and...
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