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  1. 13.05.2015

    Geographers Meet to Discuss Changes in Seas and Coasts

    From May 6 to 9, roughly 40 experts presented the latest research questions and findings on climate change, coastal protection and environmental changes in coasts and seas around the globe. The 33rd Annual Meeting of the "Working Group Marine and Coastal Geography" (AMK) was made possible by the...

  2. 29.04.2015

    Eismessung mit Eisbär: Bordbericht vom Forschungsschiff Lance

    Nina Maaß befindet sich zurzeit an Bord des norwegischen Forschungsschiffes RV Lance in der Arktis. Im Rahmen der N-ICE 2015 Expedition werden die Wechselwirkungen zwischen Ozean, Eis und Atmosphäre untersucht – in einer Schlüsselregion des Klimawandels. Maaß forscht für die CliSAP-Arbeitsgruppe...

  3. 28.04.2015

    Schülerinnen besuchen den Girls‘ Day am Exzellenzcluster

    Eine Zukunft als Klimaforscherin? Welche Arbeitsbereiche gibt es und wie komme ich da hin? Im Rahmen des Girls‘ Day am 23. April besuchten dreißig Schülerinnen das Exzellenzcluster CliSAP und das Deutsche Klimarechenzentrum. Vier Wissenschaftlerinnen aus unterschiedlichen Forschungsbereichen...

  4. 21.04.2015

    CliSAP and the CEN present their work at the EGU’s General Assembly

    From April 12 to 17, the Cluster of Excellence CliSAP and the Center for Earth System Research and Sustainability (CEN) presented their research at the Annual General Assembly of the European Geosciences Union (EGU) in Vienna. Numerous CliSAP and CEN researchers, doctoral candidates and alumni took...

  5. 16.04.2015

    Anchors aweigh! CliSAP exhibit goes on tour with the MS Wissenschaft

    Yesterday the exhibition ship MS Wissenschaft (“MS Science”) departed for its nationwide tour, under the motto “the city of the future.” One of the exhibits on board: the multi-touch game “Urban Climate Architect,” developed by CliSAP. The ship will visit 38 German cities through mid-September.

  6. 01.04.2015

    Live weather for the University, thanks to the Hamburg Weather Mast

    Just in time for the start of the new semester on April 1st, the Meteorological Institute will begin providing the campus with live data from the Hamburg Weather Mast, located in the city’s Billwerder district – which means that now, information screens located in academic buildings will display the...

  7. 31.03.2015

    CSI climate change: In search of CO2 rivals

    News from Climate Science: Once a month, climate researchers report on their latest findings in the newspaper "Hamburger Abendblatt". Prof. Dr. Hans von Storch is one of the directors of the Institute of Coastal Research at the Helmholtz-Zentrum Geesthacht (Centre for Materials and Coastal Research,...