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World War 2 bomb shook the ground ever so lightly

The blast was heard over quite a distance as a World War 2 bomb was detonated by specialists in Potsdam last friday.

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Publication: On the trails of Friedrich Robert Helmert

On the occasion of his 175th birthday GFZ dedicates an anthology to Friedrich Robert Helmert, the founder of modern geodesy.

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

An international team sheds light on the climate history of Southeast Africa.

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First light for GRACE Follow-On Laser Interferometer

The laser ranging interferometer (LRI) onboard the GRACE Follow-On satellite mission had its “first light”.

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Satellite Navigation System Galileo is growing

GFZ contributes to improved accuracy.

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Old rock only mimics crude oil potential

Radiation has a destructive effect on the oil formation potential of a rock.

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New mineral reaction path discovered

Latest, highly precise laboratory methods allow for new findings.

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Wärmewende: Geothermie ist eine Option für die zukünftige Fernwärmeversorgung in Städten – auch in Berlin

Was kostet die Energiewende? Öffentliche Diskussion des GFZ im Rahmen der Berliner Energietage, zu Optionen für die nächste Phase der Energiewende.

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„Zukunftstag“ at the GFZ – The Earth is our laboratory

On 26 April the 16th „Zukunftstag“ (future career day) takes place – the GFZ participates with the slogan “The Earth is our laboratory”.

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