The new issue of the GFZ journal "System Earth" shows some of the important contributions of the geosciences to the topic of water.
According to the global seismological network GEOFON of the GFZ, a severe earthquake of magnitude 6.9 occurred in the High Atlas Mountains in Morocco on 8.9.2023 (local time).
"Broadening horizons" is the motto of the exchange programmes of the Helmholtz Information and Data Science Academy (HIDA). The Academy is now funding nine research stays with GFZ participation.
Scientific drilling as telescopes into the Earth's interior: ICDP conference with 130 participants from 27 countries at GFZ | New GFZ focus pages Scientific Drilling.
Researchers from Germany, Austria, and Switzerland use stalagmites to document the significance of orbital insolation for abrupt changes in ice age climate.
"Heat Flow Summer 2023": Sven Fuchs new Vice-Chair of the International Heat Flow Commission IHFC | New standard for heat flow data collection | Heat-Flow Summerschool at GFZ
Towards sustainable economic use of valuable rewetted peatland soils: Federal Minister Cem Özdemir presented the funding certificates for model projects in Brandenburg's peatland regions.
IUGG General Assembly with record attendance: more than 4,700 geoscientists from all over the world in Berlin. GFZ alumna Mioara Mandea president from 2027, Alexander Rudloff remains Secretary General
The newly founded Geomagnetics Working Group of the German Geophysical Society (DGG), initiated by Norbert Nowaczyk, has met for the first time. An insight into the diverse topics.
On 12 and 13 July 2023, the International Training Course on Ocean Bottom Seismology with Amphibian Experiments took place at the GFZ – with 21 participants from ten countries.