In the lead-up to the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change in Paris the Deutsches Klima-Konsortium (DKK) has presented a joint statement by leading climate researchers in Germany. Among the presenters is professor Monika Rhein from the MARUM and the Institute of Environmental Physics.
Recently the Senckenberg exhibition PLANET 3.0 was opened in the Vienna Natural History Museum. takes a journey through the history of climate change on Planet Earth and dares to predict how our climate will develop in the future. MARUM contributes with exhibits like des AUV MARUM-SEAL.
Recently MARUM scientists were on a field trip on the Western banks of the Caspian Sea. Together with colleagues of Azerbaijan National Academy of Sciences they set up instruments to monitor amongst others methane emissions in the surrounding area of the Dashgil mud volcano. The aim is to study the potential link between mud volcanic activity and local earthquakes.