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POTSDAM SUMMER SCHOOL 2021 | Water: Our Global Common Good - The Hydrosphere across Land and Sea

The Potsdam Summer School is aimed at talented young researchers and young professionals from the private sector, government agencies and non-governmental organizations from all over the world. Applications are now possible. The application deadline...

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Dr Runa Antony is a Humboldt Research Fellow in Section "Interface Geochemistry"

Dr Runa Antony from India is a new Humboldt Research Fellow in Section 3.5 "Interface Geochemistry".

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GeSn from high pressure experiments: using methods employed in geosciences to obtain new high-tech materials

GeSn from high pressure experiments: using methods employed in geosciences to obtain new high-tech materials - without following conventional criteria for synthesis.

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21st July 365: "Day of Horror" in the Mediterranean

The largest recorded Mediterranean earthquake and tsunami helps to understand modern hazards.

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Dr. Youqiang Yu was awarded a Humboldt Research Fellowship for Postdoctoral Researchers

Dr. Youqiang Yu from the Tongji University in Shanghai (China) has been awarded a Humboldt Research Fellowship for postdoctoral researchers. He will conduct research in Section 2.4 - Seismology.

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New issue “System Earth”: Cover Story Transfer

New issue "System Earth" with the cover story "Transfer" has recently been published. The current issue provides an insight into the range of knowledge and technology transfer at the GFZ.

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Humboldt Research Award Winner Prof. Dr. Jeroen Aerts

Prof. Dr. Jeroen Aerts from the VU Amsterdam (Netherlands) received the Humboldt-Research Award and will conduct research in Section 4.4 - Hydrology.

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Lake in the jungle: new insights into the development of the Earth's atmosphere 3 bn years ago

Surprising finding: microbes primarily release methane, a highly potent greenhouse gas.

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Planetary index of geomagnetic activity

One of the most important international indices of geomagnetic disturbances, the Kp index, has been given a DOI to track its worldwide use.

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Mountain growth influences greenhouse effect

Weathering of rocks can bind or release carbon dioxide – In active mountain ranges, carbon-dioxide release strongly dominates

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Faster earthquake early warning with artificial intelligence

Fragen und Antworten zum Erdbeben in Kroatien

Melody of an Alpine summit falling apart

Geothermal exploration with fibre optic seismics in Potsdam

Early warning system for dams at risk

Better calculation of stress in the underground

How hot can it be for life to exist deep below the ocean floor?

Earthquake Scenario for Large German City