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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 ...


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 ...


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 ...


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.


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 ...


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 ...



Haus der Wis­sen­schaft, Bremen

100 m² of Sea


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 ...

Tempelhofer Hafen, Berlin

MeerErleben on the road again


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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