In a paper, which was published in the current edition of Nature magazine, Gerrit Lohmann and co-workers use coupled climate models to show that rapid warming episodes during the last glacial were controlled by gradual changes in the height of ice sheets that covered Canada, Greenland, and Scandinavia during that period.
The second and revised edition of the MARUM brochure is available now. The brochure with a print run of 8,000 copies was published both in English and German. Both versions can be downloaded from our website.
In the current edition of the journal EOS Dr. Till Hanebuth reports about an expedition on board RV MARIA S. MERIAN. In the western Barents Sea the seafloor drill rig MARUM-MeBo70 successfully cored highly consolidated glacial deposits in water depths close to 400 metres.
In a paper published in the August edition of Spektrum der Wissenschaft MARUM`s Dr. Daniel Hepp and co-authors reconstruct the course of the ancient Ems River 10,000 years ago. The Ems was a tributary to the Elbe River then. Geophysical data were collected during several North Sea cruises.