CliSAP successfully finished in 2018. Climate research continues in the Cluster of Excellence "CLICCS".
  1. 01.09.2010

    New project group investigates Asian monsoon

    Scientists from the Institute for Biogeochemistry and Marine Chemistry of the University of Hamburg are now investigating the Indian monsoon climate of the past 10,000 years. The objective is to understand monsoon anomalies and improve the prediction of extremes in the future.

  2. 11.08.2010

    Mining and Volcanoes: Two new work groups at the Institute for Geophysics

    Two new research teams started work at the university in July: The MINE project (MINing Environments: continuous monitoring and simultaneous inversion) and the POMPEI Projekt (Physics Of Magma Propagation: a multimEthodological Investigation) have added to the Seismology Department at the Institute...

  3. 21.07.2010

    Fisheries Biologists Receive American Science Award

    Prof. Christian Möllmann of the Institute for Hydrobiology and Fisheries Science at the KlimaCampus will receive the American Sustainability Science Award of 2010 for his paper on sustainable fisheries management.

  4. 07.07.2010

    For the present no oil on Europe´s coasts

    Simulations at the KlimaCampus show that the oil from the rig explosion in the Gulf of Mexico will most probably not reach Europe via the Gulf Stream. Nuno Serra, a physical oceanographer at the University of Hamburg, simulated for the period of one year the trajectories of particles transported by...

  5. 25.06.2010

    Open Ship on the RV METEOR meets with great interest

    Around 5000 visitors toured the research vessel METEOR in Hamburg last weekend, which was at the "Überseebrücke" in Hamburg harbor for three days. In spite of mixed weather, long lines formed with people who wanted to learn about the ship and its technical and scientific equipment.

  6. 24.06.2010

    Sea Ice Outlook 2010 Ice in the Arctic does not recover

    Researchers from Alfred Wegener Institute and KlimaCampus present forecasts on Sep-tember minimum: A critical minimum for Arctic sea ice can also be ex-pected for late summer 2010. Scientists from the Alfred Wegener Institute for Polar and Ma-rine Research in the Helmholtz Association (AWI) in...

  7. 23.06.2010

    IPCC appoints new authors

    Scientists of the KlimaCampus in Hamburg (Max Planck Institute for Meteorology (MPI-M) and University of Hamburg) will be assuming important author functions for the next IPCC Assessment Report. The Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) named five scientists from Hamburg as so-called...