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MARUM - The ocean in depth!

Understanding "slow-slip" earthquakes

Recent borehole observatory installations offshore Japan unravel how much energy is released in slow slip earthquakes, as recently published in Science by ...

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How climate changes rapidly at tipping points

During the last glacial period, the influence of atmospheric CO2 on the North Atlantic Current caused a temperature increase of up to 10 degrees Celsius in ...

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Deep-sea animals "eat" oil

In the depths of the Gulf of Mexico, oil and tar seep from the ocean floor and form bizarre structures reminiscent of cooled lava – so-called asphalt ...

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From seafloor to summit

Deadline extended: Abstracts for the in­ter­na­tional con­fer­ence Geo­Bre­men 2017, September 24 to 29, 2017, in Bre­men, can be submitted until June 30th.

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Statement of the DKK

On the occasion of the discussions after the USA’s withdrawal from the Paris Climate Agreement the German Climate Consortium DKK (Deutsches ...

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School in the Wadden Sea

26 students this week attended the project course "Das Sahlenburger Sandwatt" with the MARUM UNISchullabor. They work and research independently on ...

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Events

Haus der Wis­sen­schaft, Bremen

100 m² of Sea

Exhibition

On May 23 the Bremen House of Science opened the exhibition “100 m2 of Sea.” Ten research institutes from Bremerhaven and Bremen invite visitors to join in ...

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Tempelhofer Hafen, Berlin

MeerErleben on the road again

Exhibition

Since 2009 the MARUM trav­el­ling ex­hib­i­tion ›Meer­Er­leben‹ has been presen­tend in 45 shop­ping malls. In 2017 it will be presen­ted in two more malls.

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