News

  1. 03.09.2014

    Ecosystem North Sea: Valuable Data in Record Time

    Small, but plentiful: Minuscule water organisms–commonly known as plankton–are drifting with the rhythm of ocean currents. These organisms can tell oceanographers a lot about the North Sea’s ecosystem. On their latest expedition, fisheries scientists from the Center for Earth System Research and...

  2. 18.08.2014

    Climate-related Conflicts in Kenya Are Avoidable

    News from Climate Science: Once a month, climate researchers report on their latest findings in the newspaper "Hamburger Abendblatt." Dr. Grace Ngaruiya Wambui is part of the CliSAP Research Group "Climate Change and Security".

  3. 07.08.2014

    CliSAP Brochure Spotted in Space!

    A little hello from space–400 kilometers above the Earth–to the Cluster of Excellence! German astronaut Dr. Alexander Gerst captured the current CliSAP magazine floating in the cupola, the observation platform of the International Space Station (ISS).

  4. 31.07.2014

    Visiting CliSAP: Amos Winter

    Amos Winter, a paleoclimatologist/ paleoceanographer from Puerto Rico, has been visiting CliSAP as a guest researcher for a seven-week period now since early July. During this time he supports the work of Uwe Mikolajewicz in the research area “Arctic and Permafrost Regions”. He is a professor in the...

  5. 29.07.2014

    American Geophysical Union Honors CEN Director

    The American Geophysical Union (AGU) has now officially named Prof. Detlef Stammer an “AGU Fellow”. The AGU, the largest international association of researchers in the field with members from more than 140 nations, awards the title in recognition of outstanding scientific contributions to Earth...

  6. 28.07.2014

    Regional Models Offer Insights into Climate Change

    News from Climate Science: Once a month, climate researchers report on their latest findings in the newspaper "Hamburger Abendblatt." The geographer Dr. Katharina Klehmet researched the impacts of climate change on the Artic North and how it can be determined in such remote regions.