Interview | "Global heat flow of the Earth" - Interview with Sven Fuchs, head of working group Exploration of Thermal Geosystems

Interview | "Global heat flow of the Earth" - Interview with Sven Fuchs, head of working group Exploration of Thermal Geosystems.

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"We count lights because the night counts."

Citizen science campaigns map artificial light sources to better understand nighttime satellite imagery.

 

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Prof. Donald B. Dingwell has been awarded the Order of Newfoundland and Labrador.

Prof. Donald B. Dingwell has been awarded the Order of Newfoundland and Labrador.

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Prof. Dr. Stephan Sobolev elected to the prestigious Academia Europaea

Prof. Dr. Stephan Sobolev has been elected to the prestigious Academia Europaea.

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Slow and regular earthquakes interact near Istanbul

Understanding this is critical to determining seismic hazard and resulting risk, according to a new study based on special borehole measurements.

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Anatomy of an earthquake series

Seismicity at the Castor gas reservoir, offshore Spain, was controlled by pore pressure diffusion and the failure of loaded asperities on a shallow fault.

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Extent of Subsidence in the Coastal City of Maceió in Brazil

For the first time, scientists at GFZ have traced the spatial and temporal development of severe subsidence in the city of Maceió.

 

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How does a flood become a disaster?

Review article summarizes state of research: One important factor is surprise

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The pulse of the Dead Sea

Surrounding land reacts to fluctuations in the water level

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Using molecular biology to search for oil and gas

Using molecular biology to search for oil and gas: Within the new EU project PROSPECTOMICS, five international partners develop environmentally-friendly exploration methods.

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