Topography map of the alps.

What is driving the Alps upwards?

The Alps are not yet fully grown. But what is driving them further upwards: Crustal or mantle dynamics? GFZ researchers are now making a new contribution to the discussion.

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Groupp picture ICDP/IODP Kolloquiums

Joint IODP/ICDP-Colloquium at GFZ

In the beginning of November, the joint colloquium of the "International Ocean Discovery Program" (IODP) and the "International Continental Scientific Drilling Progr

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Teachers in lecture hall during lecture

"Extreme Events in the Earth System" - 20th "System Earth" Autumn School

The 20th autumn school "System Earth" of GFZ and DMG offers further training for teachers on extreme events in the Earth system.

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[Translate to English:] Profilfoto mit schwarzem Rahmen von Henning Francke

Obituary: Henning Francke

The GFZ German Research Center for Geosciences mourns the passing of Henning Francke.

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Group photo with projekt responsible

Making geodata interoperable and suited for curiosity driven research: GEO-INQUIRE project launched

Making geodata interoperable and suited for curiosity driven research: GEO-INQUIRE project launched.

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Schema Energiebereitstellung durch Geothermie

European Geothermal Congress from 17 to 21 October 2022 in Berlin

European Geothermal Congress from 17 to 21 October 2022 in Berlin

 

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Gruppenfoto PAM

International Conference on Polar and Alpine Microbiology

Contributions at the International Conference on Polar and Alpine Microbiology confirm: "The effects of climate change are particularly evident in these ecosystems."

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Ausbildung am GFZ

Berufsausbildung und duales Studium am GFZ

Berufsausbildung und duales Studium am GFZ: Bewirb Dich jetzt!

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Earth Model

New DFG priority programme on deep Earth evolution over geologic time

New DFG priority programme on deep Earth evolution over geologic time: The call for proposals is open with the deadline of October 19, 2022.

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Schematic of plunging Earth plates under the ocean with water transport and the Al molecules involved: This is how water migrates deeper into the Earth than previously assumed.

Water is seeping deeper into Earth than expected

Water seeps deeper into the Earth than previously assumed - trapped in certain minerals containing aluminium. This is shown by investigations under extreme pressures and temperatures at DESY.

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