MARUM research focusses on the role of the ocean in the climate system, interactions between geosphere and biosphere, and dynamics of the ocean floor.
MARUM operates and develops-cutting edge underwater technologies, archives for seafloors samples, the data center PANGAEA, and laboratories.
Training of early career scientists is a major goal of MARUM. We provide training and services for our students from the PhD to the Postdoc level.
Exhibitions and videos, books and brochures, a school lab, press releases and social media inform the public about MARUM`s research activities.
MARUM operates and develops cutting-edge underwater technologies, archives for seafloor samples, the data center PANGAEA, and laboratories.
An international team of researchers is currently investigating collapse events and their tsunami potential off the coast of the Caribbean island of Montserrat.
During R/V POLARSTERN cruise PS119 hydrothermal vents and potential cold seeps are investigated using the ROV MARUM-QUEST.
Researchers have discovered a new way of methane formation in the ocean floor. The international team has now published the results in The ISME Journal.
Successful use of telepresence technology: Dives with the remotely operated MARUM-QUEST can now also be followed via live stream.
The Bremen geoscientist Prof. Kai-Uwe Hinrichs has been elected to the Leopoldina - National Academy of Sciences.
Bremen has become an integral part of the research map of the International Ocean Discovery Program (IODP). The Hanseatic city is in line with College ...
Prof. Dr. Michael Whiticar
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