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


  1. 20.01.2011

    The Influential Climate Researcher - Professor Hans von Storch

    The current issue of the news magazine “Focus” lists the “One hundred most influential Germans”. In its category “Research”, the magazine includes Professor Hans von Storch, Director of the Institute of Coastal Research at the Helmholtz-Zentrum Geesthacht, describing him as an extraordinary “climate...

  2. 10.12.2010

    Tides and more from the CliSAP Data Center

    Information about the tides is not only important for sailors and bathers: it is also essential for the starting and boundary conditions of climate calculations. The tides mix the seas, contribute to the transports of sediment and plankton and control many physical and biological processes in the...

  3. 17.11.2010

    Pros and cons: trade in emission rights

    Is emissions trading THE tool of the future - or might it actually not work after all? This question and others were hotly debated at the KlimaCampus last week. 25 PhD students from 14 nations met for 3 days in Hamburg for the workshop "Carbon Markets and their Future: A Social Science Perspective"....

  4. 11.11.2010

    What can climate models do? Science journalists visit the KlimaCampus

    Under the guiding slogan “We’re no prophets – what climate models really can do” a group of science journalists met here yesterday with climate experts. Freelancers and representatives of the Deutsche Welle, the Neue Züricher Zeitung and the NDR visited the KlimaCampus on an excursion in connection...

  5. 10.11.2010

    Marine Ecosystems: Effects of Climate Change

    Climate change and overfishing are affecting ecosystems all over the world. That was the result of a workshop at the Institute for Hydrobiology and Fisheries Science last week. The basis for the deliberations was formed by various long time series of data on 20 different ecosystems, for example in...

  6. 27.10.2010

    Data from space: Third SMOS user workshop

    Around thirty scientists, software developers, ESA mission managers and financial backers came together at the KlimaCampus on October 20th to exchange information about the current state of the SMOS remote sensing mission of the European Space Agency ESA. The workshop was organized by the...