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    Research

    MARUM research focusses on the role of the ocean in the climate system, interactions between geosphere and biosphere, and sedimentation processes at the sea floor.
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    Education

    The integrated graduate school GLOMAR encompasses PhD training in marine sciences, including social sciences and law.
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    Infrastructure

    MARUM operates and develops-cutting edge underwater technologies, archives for seafloors samples, the data center PANGAEA, and laboratories.
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    Exhibitions and videos, books and brochures, a school lab, press releases and social media inform the public about MARUM`s research activities.
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    Research

    MARUM research focusses on the role of the ocean in the climate system, interactions between geosphere and biosphere, and sedimentation processes at the sea floor.
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    Education

    The integrated graduate school GLOMAR encompasses PhD training in marine sciences, including social sciences and law.
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    Infrastructure

    MARUM operates and develops cutting-edge underwater technologies, archives for seafloor samples, the data center PANGAEA, and laboratories.
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    Discover

    Exhibitions and videos, books and brochures, a school lab, press releases and social media inform the public about MARUM`s research activities.
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Events

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16-04 — 20-06-2015
ROBEX - Entdecke neue Welten

Exhibition of the Helmholtz Alliance “Robotic Exploration of Extreme Environments – ROBEX”

Haus der Wissenschaft, Bremen
Wed 06-05-2015, 05:00 PM
ECORD Distinguished Lecturer Programme

Prof. Antony Morris
(Plymouth University, UK)
What can magnetism tell us about oceanic tectonics?
New insights from scientific drilling

Faculty of Geosciences, GEO1550
Fri 08-05-2015, 10:15 AM
MARUM Seminar

Prof. Leo Maas
(NIOZ Royal Netherlands Institute for Sea Research, Texel,
& Institute for Marine and Atmospheric Research, Utrecht University, the Netherlands)

Internal Waves affect the deep ocean

MARUM Seminar Room 2070

Agnes Weiner receives Barthelt Award

On April 24th Dr. Agnes Weiner received the Annette Barthelt Award for her outstanding research on diversity, distribution, and evolution of planktonic foraminifera. The award is presented in memory of four young marine researchers from Kiel who, on March 18th, 1987, fell victim to a terror attack in Djibouti, Northeast Africa.
Photo: V. Diekamp, MARUM

Santander Group visited MARUM

On April 22, a high-ranking delegation of the Santander Consumer Bank AG visited the University of Bremen and the MARUM. Following a guided tour through the marine research center there was a presentation on the status of the projects at the University funded by Santander.
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Discover new worlds

From April 16 to June 20 visitors can discover new worlds in the exhibition "ROBEX – Entdecke neue Welten" ("ROBEX – Discover new worlds") at the Haus der Wissenschaft (House of Science), Bremen. They can for example virtually operate the grabber of a deep sea diving robot at one of the exhibits about MARUM underwater technologies.

Carbonate Mounds

In a study which has now been published in Earth-Science Reviews, Professor Dierk Hebbeln and Professor Elias Samankassou discuss the formation of deep-sea carbonate mounds and present evidence that these mounds are related to fossil mounds, hundreds of million years old.