Newsfeed des Oceanblogs - gemeinschaftlcihes Projekt des GEOMAR Helmholtz-Zentrums für Ozeanforschung Kiel und dem Kieler Exzellenzcluster "Ozean der Zukunft"

  1. Meet us at “Tag der offenen Tür” on Sunday, 21 August 2022 from 11 to 5pm.We are looking forward to meeting you in the foyer of building 8.
  2. Sæl og blessuð! Velkomin tíl Ísafjarða. Happy and blessed! Welcome to Ísafjörður. That’s the formal greeting you hear in Iceland, the land of fire and ice. GAME is more than happy to finally cooperate with the partner institution in the Westfjords, incorporating a sub-arctic environment into the Global Approach by Modular Experiments. And what an […]
  3. ***deutsche Version siehe weiter unten*** Teaser: Scientists are concerned about surface active compounds (known as surfactants) in any air-sea exchange processes nowadays. During our ongoing research in the Baltic Sea, scientists from IOW and GEOMAR came together on RV EMB295 to address the question of how surfactants in surface seawater of the Baltic Sea control […]
  4. By the time this blog entry is published, I will have completed my first year as a doctoral candidate at GEOMAR. And what a year it was! As a university student I heard all the stories, I read all the memes and saw all the videos on #PhDLife. I thought I knew what I was […]
  5. By Christa Marandino, Tim Steffens, Tobias Spreitz, David Ho ***deutsche Version siehe weiter unten*** How does the ocean influence climate? We know that heat is taken up by the ocean, but what about climate-active trace gases? Does the ocean emit them or take them up? How much is the ocean emitting or absorbing? Is air-sea […]
  6. By Helen Czerski ***deutsche Version siehe weiter unten*** 07.07.2022 One of the privileges of living at sea is that you live inside the rhythm of the ocean, rolling with the ship as the restless water shifts beneath you.  Our metal home is part of the boundary between the atmosphere and the ocean, and the movement […]
  7. Author: Giulia Faucher Pictures: Giulia Faucher, Carl Lim & Julieta Schneider At the station, if you see 2, 3 or even 4 people running up and down from the lab to a blue incubator box and vice versa, several times every day, that’s us: the side experiment team! Indeed, not only the main experiment with the […]
  8. After the cruise MSM106 some of the WASCAL students spent some time in Germany at different institutes to work on their Master thesis. Here are some impressions from the students. Nach der Expedition MSM106 verbrachten einige der WASCAL-Studierenden einige Zeit in Deutschland an verschiedenen Instituten, um an ihrer Masterarbeit zu arbeiten. Hier sind einige Eindrücke […]
  9. We are Carmen (DE) and Sofia (FI), and together, we make up Team Finland 2022. Team Finland is working on the Åland islands at the Husö Biological Station, which belongs to Finland’s only Swedish-speaking University, Åbo Akademi University. The GAME topic of 2022 is the effect of artificial light at night (ALAN) on mussels, and […]
  10. Welcome to the “Ocean Voices” blog series run by doctoral and non-permanent postdoctoral researchers at GEOMAR Helmholtz Centre for Ocean Research Kiel, Germany. Thanks for dropping by! We’ve been looking forward to getting this blog running for a while, and are excited to finally get it going with our first post. As our first post, […]