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Dr. Hörstrup appointed to the Advisory Board of the Helmholtz Management Academy

Dr. Bettina Hörstrup, Head of Human Resources (V1) at GFZ, has been appointed to the Advisory Board of the Helmholtz Management Academy by Prof. Dr. Jürgen Mlynek, President of the Helmholtz Association, on 11th December 2013. The committee consists...

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Water in Morocco's Ground

23.01.2014|Potsdam: An innovative remote sensing technique, which was developed together with GFZ scientists utilizes GPS signals, reflected from ground, for soil moisture measurements in Morocco. Successful initial field experiments were performed...

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Predatory organisms at depth

Predatory organisms at depth
21.01.2014|Potsdam: In the current issue of the Journal of the International Society for Microbial Ecology (ISME Journal, 20.1.2014) scientists from the University of Oldenburg and from the GFZ German Centre for...

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The water cycle amplifies abrupt climate change

The water cycle amplifies abrupt climate change
19.01.2014|Potsdam: The role of the hydrological cycle during abrupt temperature changes is of prime importance for the actual impact of climate change on the continents. In a new study published in...

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Ice Mass Dynamics in Greenland – Climate Information from Seismological Data

17.01.2014|Potsdam: With the successful completion of the seismological Greenland Ice Sheet Monitoring Network (GLISN) a milestone for the observation of the Arctic area has now been achieved. The GFZ is participating here with some stations of its...

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Prof. Huenges (GFZ) Spokesman of the FVEE Renewable Energy Research Association

16.01.2014|Potsdam/Berlin: The Board of Directors of the FVEE Renewable Energy Research Association elected Prof. Dr. Ernst Huengesof the GFZ as a spokesman. Prof. Dr. Clemens Hoffmann of the Fraunhofer-Institute for wind energy and energy system...

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Methane from sedimentary basins and global climate

Methane is a potent greenhouse gas with a greenhouse potential over 20 times more effective in irradiating heat than CO2. As methane is one of the main products generated from buried organic matter during sedimentary basin evolution, and in view of...

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Solar storm: major impacts rather unlikely

Solar storm: major impacts rather unlikely
09.01.2014|Potsdam: The media reported about a solar outburst and a cloud of solar wind particles directed towards the Earth. ajor impacts are rather unlikely.

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Arbeiten am GFZ-Geothermiestandort Groß Schönebeck

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08.01.2013|Potsdam: Das Deutsche GeoForschungsZentrum GFZ erforscht in seinem Erdwärme-Demonstrationsprojekt bei Groß Schönebeck die Nutzbarkeit der Geothermie als nachhaltige Energieform. Wichtig dabei sind die...

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Trauer um Prof. Dr. Philipp Hartl

Trauer um Prof. Dr. Philipp Hartl

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