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Geo.X Career Day 2018

This year's Geo.X Career Day focuses on the topic “Career Navigation – Equal Opportunities In and Outside Academia”. It will take place on October 19, 2018 from 9.30 till 16.00 at Urania Berlin.

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GRACE/GRACE-FO Science Team Meeting

The meeting gives a status report of the GRACE-FO satellite mission and discusses future science plans and the latest data releases from the Science Data System.

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TERENO International Conference 2018

The conference will offer a mix of oral and poster presentations and keynote lectures reflecting on current topics in Earth System Science. In addition, the conference is a place to meet and discuss with TERENO scientists and colleagues from around...

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International Training Course: Seismology and Seismic Hazard Assessment

The GFZ section Physics of Earthquakes and Volcanoes is organizing an International Training Course "Seismology and Seismic Hazard Assessment".

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15th International Circumpolar Remote Sensing Symposium

From 10 - 14 September 2018 the 15th International Circumpolar Remote Sensing Symposium (ICRSS) will be held in Potsdam. It is organized by the AWI together with the USGS, GFZ, and Uni Potsdam, with support of Geo.X.

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Potsdam Summer School

In partnership with GeoX and the City of Potsdam, the 2018 Potsdam Summer School will be jointly organised by the GFZ, the Alfred Wegener Institute, Helmholtz Centre for Polar and Marine Research, the Institute for Advanced Sustainability Studies,...

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Personalia | Antonia Cozacu finishes her apprenticeship in geomatics as best of the year

Antonia Cozacu finishes her apprenticeship in geomatics at the GFZ as best of the year for the State of Brandenburg.

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Oceanic magnetic field as an indicator for the climate phenomenon El Niño

They may improve ENSO-forecast and add to a better understanding of underlying processes.

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Personalia | Christoph Reigber receives William Nordberg Medal

Christoph Reigber receives the 2018 William Nordberg Medal.

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Interview | “The GRACE-FO satellites are always first“

“The GRACE-FO satellites are always first“ - Carsten Falck, head of the Satellite Receiving Station Ny-Ålesund on Spitsbergen.

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Additional News

Personalia | Antonia Cozacu finishes her apprenticeship in geomatics as best of the year

Oceanic magnetic field as an indicator for the climate phenomenon El Niño

Personalia | Christoph Reigber receives William Nordberg Medal

Interview | “The GRACE-FO satellites are always first“

Did a changing climate cause the extinction of an evolutionary branch of Homo sapiens?

What does global climate have to do with erosion rates?

Report | GFZ PostDoc Fellowship – New scholarship programme started

First light for GRACE Follow-On Laser Interferometer

Personalia | Marco Bohnhoff elected as member of the Leibniz society of sciences

A bright and vibrant future for seismology