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GIS Day 2019

Auch in diesem Jahr wird zum internationalen GIS Day wieder ein Event auf dem Telegrafenberg stattfinden. Mit Kurzpräsentationen, Lightning Talks, Workshops und Postersessions zu den vielfältigen Einsatzszenarien von GIS wird den Teilnehmenden ein...

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Filmpremiere: "Die Haut der Erde - Wo Leben auf Steine trifft"

Die GFZ-Sektion Geochemie der Erdoberfläche lädt ein zur Filmpremiere. Gezeigt werden Landschaftsaufnahmen aus dem DFG-geförderten „Earthshape“-Projekt in Chile und Aufnahmen von der Arbeit in Feld und Labor sowie Erklärungen, wie Biologie und...

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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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Floods are impacted by a changing climate

A large international research project led by the Vienna University of Technology has demonstrated, for the first time on such a scale, that climate change is altering the magnitude of flood events.

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Time is of essence

Panel debate of the Association of Friends and Sponsors of the GFZ: Members of the Coal Commission urge haste in implementing recommendations.

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Seismology and seismic hazard assessement - Interview Claus Milkereit

"Our course can only be a starting point" - Claus Milkereit leads the training course Seismology and Seismic Hazard Assessment at GFZ.

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Detecting hydrothermal vents in volcanic lakes

Combination of measurements shows hydrothermal vents below lake in Tanzania - Results may improve early warning.

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Personalia | Christoph Reigber receives the Levallois Medal 2019

The International Geodesy Association (IAG) awarded the Levallois Medal of the Year 2019 to Professor Christoph Reigber.

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Additional News

Two Helmholtz Innovation Labs will be established at GFZ Potsdam

Researchers see need for action on forest fire risk

Personalia | James M. Anderson awarded Peter McGregor Prize

Floods are impacted by a changing climate

Time is of essence

Seismology and seismic hazard assessement - Interview Claus Milkereit

Detecting hydrothermal vents in volcanic lakes

Personalia | Christoph Reigber receives the Levallois Medal 2019

Personalia | Kyriakos Balidakis has been awarded the Friedrich Robert Helmert Prize

Ice sheets impact core elements of the Earth’s carbon cycle