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19.09.2016 - Arctic blog: 79 Degrees North

Where did all the Oxygen go?

Where did all the Oxygen go?

At our station we have several permanent Observatories, one of them is the UnderWaterObservatory  (UWO) belonging to the the Alfred-Wegener-Instiut, Helmholtz Centre for Polar- and Marine Research. The system consists of two parts: One is the so...

Verena Mohaupt Read blog article
02.09.2016 - Polarstern blog

Mission accomplished, but with mixed feelings

Mission accomplished, but with mixed feelings

By Rita Melo Franco Santos | Polarstern is currently located in the vicinity of the 79oN Glacier, an area of high scientific interest especially for the geologists and physical oceanographers, as the region holds answers to many unanswered...

Nadine Michel Read blog article
30.09.2016

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SCIENCE GOES PUB/LIC! Warum macht der Klimawandel die Meere saurer? Nächste Woche Donnerstag zeigt AWI-Biologe Felix Mark in einem Mitmach-Experiment, was sich hinter dem Phänomen Ozeanversauerung verbirgt. Ab 20 Uhr in... Read facebook entry

30.09.2016

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Herzlich Willkommen am AWI! Diese Woche starteten die neuen Stipendiaten des POGO-NF Centre of Excellence in Observational Oceanography ihr zehnmonatiges Programm. Sie kommen aus Äthiopien, Bangladesch, Brasilien, Indien,... Read facebook entry

30.09.2016 @AWI_de

SCIENCE GOES PUB/LIC!

 

AWI-Experte Felix Mark spricht über Ozeanversauerung, am Do in #Bremerhaven… t.co/T5Rn0kNe23


30.09.2016 @AWI_de

RT @EstherHorvath3: Expedition truck of "Space" demo mission of ROBEX of @DLR_en @DLR_de @AWI_Media @AWI_de on Mt.Etna. #space #science #ex…


29.09.2016 @AWI_de

RT @whitehouseostp: New @WhiteHouse Factsheet: First-Ever #Arctic Science Ministerial to Advance International Research Efforts





Events

"Warum macht der Klimawandel die Meere saurer?"

Open Lecture

"Warum macht der Klimawandel die Meere saurer?"
Veranstaltungsreihe SCIENCE GOES PUB/LIC!

When: Th, 06.10.2016 - Th, 06.10.2016 | 20:00 Uhr
Where: Restaurant Reinhard's
Who: Alfred Wegener Institute / more >

Seminar Climate Science

Using fluorescent dissolved organic matter to trace and distinguish the origin of Arctic surface waters

When: Fr, 21.10.2016 | 10:30
Where: AWI Building F – Seminar room "Glaskasten"
Who: Climate Sciences Department (Martin Losch, Sergey Danilov, Gerrit Lohmann) / more >

Open Lecture

Der globale Ozean und das Pariser Abkommen zum Klimaschutz

When: Mo, 21.11.2016 - Mo, 21.11.2016 | 20:00 Uhr / more >

AWI in the Media

Microalgae digest themselves
Science Update (audio) | 13 July 2016

Warmer Oceans Driving Stronger Currents, Bigger Storms
Nature World News | 13 July 2016

Microalgae eat themselves when times are tough
UPI.com | 30 June 2016

Brexit debate: The impact on science
Helmholtz.de | 15 June 2016

Iceberg Songs
Project initiated by United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC) and music artists

Research Vessel Polarstern Returns to Bremerhaven
Marine Technology News | 13 May 2016

EU Arctic strategy helps us listen to the ‘canary in the coal mine’
Horizon Magazine | 29 April 2016

Corals face uncertain future as oceans warm – study - See more at: www.rtcc.org/2015/06/09/corals-face-uncertain-future-as-oceans-warm-study/

Corals face uncertain future as oceans warm – study - See more at: www.rtcc.org/2015/06/09/corals-face-uncertain-future-as-oceans-warm-study/

Corals face uncertain future as oceans warm – study - See more at: www.rtcc.org/2015/06/09/corals-face-uncertain-future-as-oceans-warm-study/

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