3rd Conference held successfully online more
Our oceans are our future more
Coastal researchers at HZG are tracing persistent organic pollutants in the water more
Snow flurry in the ocean - new insights into the big role of tiny particles more
Test Center for Maritime Technologies puts research area off Helgoland in the North Sea into operation more
BSH ship DENEB recovered GEOMAR and HZG sensor node more
Galvanic anodes as corrosion protection on the wind turbines continuously release metals. Can these pollutant concentrations be measured? more
After four weeks the MOSES-Eddy-Hunt ends more
Marine and coastal scientists investigate mobile oxygen minimum zones more
Start of a new research project on wind energy utilization in the German Bight more
HZG coastal researcher Eduardo Zorita has been appointed to the Editorial Board of Scientific Reports more
New IPCC report on Oceans and Cryosphere urges action on coastal adaptation more
Research vessel SONNE heads for little known coral reefs more
Can lead to big changes: Scientists at the Institute for Coastal Research are studying the seabed and seawater in coastal areas of the North Sea. more
Is tide an influencing factor for the primary production of plankton? Model calculations for the North Sea show a connection. more
The Coastal Summer School 2020 “Estuaries as transitional bodies between land and sea” will be held from 9th-19th of August 2020 in Lauenburg, Germany.
Location: Lauenburg, Germany
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