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Arctic regions release more and more CO2

Large study connects data from more than 100 observatories monitoring carbon dioxide emissions.

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What happens under the Yellowstone Volcano

Study provides information about the processes deep inside the Earth.

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Two of the highest European research prizes awarded to GFZ

Liane G. Benning and Stephan Sobolev each receive around three million Euro in funding for projects on snow algae and the history of the Earth's origins.

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Early warning signals heralded fatal collapse of Krakatau volcano

GFZ researchers reconstruct the flank collapse event that triggered a tsunami which killed 430 people in December 2018 – new approach towards better early warning systems.

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Erdbeben der Magnitude 5,7 im Marmarameer bei Istanbul

Marco Bohnhoff, Deutsches GeoForschungsZentrums GFZ: „Wir beobachten die Vorgänge sehr genau.“

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Das Langzeitgedächtnis unseres Klimasystems im Fokus

Helmholtz-Einrichtungen liefern wichtige Beiträge zum IPCC Sonderbericht zu Ozean und Kryosphäre

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Obituary for Sigmund Jähn: "Simply a cool guy."

He was the first German in space, one of the pioneers of remote sensing from space, and he was a friend of GFZ: Sigmund Jähn passed away on Saturday, 21 September.

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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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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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