Ceremonial inauguration of the new GFZ Executive Director Susanne Buiter by the Chair of the Board of Trustees Oda Keppler, Helmholtz President Otmar Wiestler and Interim Executive Director Niels Hovius.
Erosion processes, material fatigue or earthquakes threaten the stability of dams throughout the world. A German-Kyrgyz research team is developing an innovative early warning system.
New VARDA database as a unique tool for paleoclimatologists to synchronize climate records from annually deposited sediments in lakes around the world.
The lithosphere of the Rhine Graben: is there a causative relationship between modelled mechanical stability and natural seismicity distribution?
Torsten Sachs has returned safely after spending nearly half a year within the northern polar circle on board the “Polarstern”.
Measurements by the GRACE-FO satellite mission show a decline in water storage in Central Europe by up to 94 percent compared with seasonal fluctuations.
Assessing mineral concentrations of soil and predicting „earthquakes" in laboratory experiments were the focus of the first Machine Learning Hackathon at GFZ.
Kick-off of the Horizon 2020 project G3P for the satellite-based measurement of the global groundwater distribution.
Torsten Sachs is part of the Arctic Expedition 'MOSAiC'. On the research vessel "Polarstern", frozen in the Arctic ice, he is drifting towards the North Pole.