SEARCH: research Cancel search
SeSnakes_01
Herbert

Researchers puzzle over possible causes for disappearance of sea snakes

by Herbert - 11th December 2017
Western Australia: High genetic diversity in sea snakes found Scientists have studied the genetic diversity of sea snakes in different locations. T...
1_1_Collecting corals ready for spawning DSC_1885
Herbert

Researchers are developing a new method for restoring damaged coral reefs

by Herbert - 1st December 2017
Successful breeding and application of coral larvae For the first time, researchers have accelerated the formation of new coral colonies on small a...
2017_10_28_Ozeanversauerung_01
Herbert

Scientists present research results on ocean acidification

by Herbert - 31st October 2017
Ocean acidification and warming affect life in the sea In November 2017, the final phase of the German research association for ocean acidification...
2017_07_09_Sauerstoff_01
Herbert

Researchers measure unusually high oxygen uptake in the Labrador Sea

by Herbert - 13th September 2017
Ocean taking a deep breath? Stormy, rough and very cold: these characteristics of the Labrador Sea may initially seem uncomfortable, but they are o...
Mozia_BGfU_01
BGfU

‘Expect the unexpected’ – Underwater archaeological research around the island of Mozia, Sicily

by BGfU - 22nd August 2017
In July 2017, scientific divers of the Bavarian Society for Underwaterarchaeology (BGfU) and the Philipps University Marburg were invited by the Sop...
DCIM100GOPROGOPR0056.
Mares

Researchers gather at Great Barrier Reef to study latest coral bleaching

by Mares - 21st March 2017
Aerial and underwater surveys to be conducted As coral bleaching strikes the Great Barrier Reef for the second year in a row, coral researchers ar...
KODAK Camera
Mares

Wave-Glider: Keeping track of marine research in real time

by Mares - 3rd March 2017
Online portal for Wave Glider missions launchedWave Glider missions can now be viewed online – and they are live. Operated by the GEOMAR Helmholtz ...
2016_11_15_Aeltestes-Eis_1
Mares

Researchers search for Earth’s oldest ice

by Mares - 21st November 2016
Ice cores show glimpse of composition of atmosphere in the pastIn Antarctic, ice and climate scientists from 14 institutions in ten European countrie...
2016_09_28_Mikroplastik-Bericht_GP0STQ2C0_PressMedia_Bildgröße ändern
Mares

Greenpeace reports on research on microplastics in seafood

by Mares - 6th October 2016
Microplastics can accumulate in the food chain “In the environment, microplastics act like a foreign body with toxins. It contains contaminants ...
2016_06_16_Schwaemme_Aplysina_aerophoba_JKamke_Bildgröße ändern
Herbert

Researchers discover that sponges are host to surprising diverse range of microbes

by Herbert - 17th June 2016
Discovery opens door to potential new discoveries in the futureSponges are important hosts for microbes, making up a significant part of the total ra...
1
Admin

Researchers use new method to date lava flows

by Admin - 11th April 2016
To better understand the formation of the Earth's crust, scientists at the GEOMAR Helmholtz Centre for Ocean Research Kiel have used new technology ...
1
Mares

Researchers compile 3-D map of hydrothermal field in Pacific

by Mares - 23rd March 2016
Using the latest 3-D camera technology, scientists from GEOMAR Helmholtz Centre for Ocean Research Kiel is investigating a hydrothermal vent field at...
1
Mares

Defining research priorities for the Arctic

by Mares - 29th February 2016
The major international Arctic research organisations, with the involvement of the indigenous peoples of the Arctic, have come up with a set of comm...
1
Admin

Researchers measure decomposition in polyethylene and biodegradable bags

by Admin - 15th February 2016
Plastic waste is now found in practically every part of the world, from the Antarctic coasts to the ocean depths. Faced with this dire fact of moder...
1
Mares

Researchers measure platelet ice beneath Antarctic sea ice

by Mares - 8th February 2016
For the first time, sea ice physicists at the Alfred Wegener Institute (AWI) have developed a new method of efficiently measuring the distribution a...
1
Mares

A new start to research into pile dwellings in Austria

by Mares - 23rd October 2015
In preparation for the 2020 provincial exhibition ‘Sunken – Resurfaced’, new research into the pile dwellings in Upper Austria is underway. ...
1
Mares

German research network on ocean acification concludes

by Mares - 8th October 2015
An in-depth assessment of the possible impact of ocean acidification on the environment, society and economy, as well as the development of management...
illustration1_map_renier1280_480933
Herbert

Increasing nutrient input has implications for food webs in the Arctic Ocean

by Herbert - 13th February 2018
Scientists find surprising evidence of rapid changes in the Arctic Scientists have found surprising evidence of rapid Arctic climate change: in the...
Photo_Predrag_Vuckovic_0016
Predrag

The Centre for Hyperbaric Medicine and MaresLAB in Belgrade

by Predrag - 13th February 2018
The idea of founding the Centre for Hyperbaric Medicine came in 1994 from the company HOLYWELL NEOPREN. The idea was born from a knowledge of the po...
1 photo by Ivana OK (Large)
Ivana and Janez

Mantas – the gentle giants of the seas

by Ivana and Janez - 7th February 2018
Manta rays – the diver's dream. Belonging to the family Mobulidae, there are two species of Manta Ray often seen and admired by divers: Manta birost...
DSC_0272wmresize
Damir

Wild Papua – Looking for history

by Damir - 29th January 2018
Raja Ampat, best known for its diversity of marine life, can best be described as a coral reef on steroids: 75 percent of all known coral can be found...
Greenpeace_01
Herbert

Greenpeace travels to unexplored parts of the Antarctic

by Herbert - 19th January 2018
Expedition to provide further arguments for the world's largest marine protected area Greenpeace will explore previously barely known regions in th...
1
Herbert

Mexico: Divers discover the biggest underwater cave-system on the planet

by Herbert - 18th January 2018
Crystal clear water & 347 kilometers in length - history included Cave divers have discovered and explored a 216 miles (347 kilometer) underwat...
21216253_10214212621898797_415893235_o
Marjan Radovic

Caves on the Peljesac – Croatia

by Marjan Radovic - 11th January 2018
At the invitation of my friends and passionate diver family Lopin and Roso, I had the opportunity to dive into an unexplored cave on the Peljesac peni...
Bild1_Muschellarven_FMelzner_873b16001c
Herbert

Ocean acidification affects mussels in early life stages

by Herbert - 11th January 2018
Marine scientists show impact of acidification on mussel larvae Shells have a hard, calcareous shell to protect themselves against environmental ha...
Hai1
Herbert

Cold spell in the US: frozen sharks on the beach

by Herbert - 10th January 2018
Frozen sharks wash up on the shores of the US West Coast Icy temperatures in the north and northeast of the USA of up to minus 40 degrees Celsius a...
2017_12_23_Tintenfische_20151207_022432_5482377f58
Herbert

Cuttlefish: underestimated players in the ocean

by Herbert - 9th January 2018
Squids play an important role in the food web and in the carbon cycle Squid are marine creatures with fascinating biological properties. Some speci...
1_Malayemys_isan_1
Herbert

115 previously unknown species discovered in the Mekong

by Herbert - 8th January 2018
Something new in the East! A crocodile lizard, a snail-eating turtle, and a bat that looks like a character from a Star Wars movie – these are ju...
1716655
Franco and Sabrina

An island in the current of an endless ocean

by Franco and Sabrina - 5th January 2018
Nine islands of lava, each one different from the other; some with high coasts and fjords, inlets that seem to have been cut into the rock; others w...
800px-Narwhals_breach_c_GSM_Glenn_Williams
Herbert

Narwhals show alarming reactions to stress

by Herbert - 21st December 2017
Human disturbances cause narwhals to freeze and escape simultaneously New insights into the effects of ocean noise and increased human activity on ...
2017_12_13_Tiefsee-Nahrungsnetz_01
Herbert

Video footage sheds light on deep-sea food webs

by Herbert - 19th December 2017
Jellyfish and related organisms are among the most important predators The animals of the deep sea have been systematically studied for over 100 ye...
2017_12_09_Hells-Bells_1_1
Herbert

Hells Bells: Unique underwater stalactites in Yucatán Caves

by Herbert - 12th December 2017
Researchers study how Hells Bells was created In recent years, scientists have identified a small group of stalactites in which the characteristic ...
_DSC0027-2
Hannah

Sea Something, Say Something: Coral Reef Citizen Science

by Hannah - 11th December 2017
We have had a hectic hurricane season here in the Florida and Caribbean region, which can have a big effect on our beloved coral reefs. Coral reefs ar...
half_animal_2_ed_38bd94192c
Herbert

Scientists discover flexible self-healing ability in ctenophora

by Herbert - 6th December 2017
Wound healing or regeneration – the environment decides Losing a body part is almost always an irreversible situation for humans – we cannot gr...
2017_11_29_Walfang_Sei_whale_WDC-Regina_Asmutis-Silvia
Herbert

Japan allowed to continue trade in threatened whales’ meat

by Herbert - 4th December 2017
CITIES meeting misses historic opportunity Last week, on 27 November 2017, the Standing Committee of CITES missed the opportunity to put an end to ...
800px-Blacksmoker_in_Atlantic_Ocean_Bildgröße ändern
Herbert

Seawater cools upper layers of earth’s crust

by Herbert - 29th November 2017
Seawater penetrates much deeper than expected How deep can seawater penetrate through cracks and fissures into the seafloor? Using a new analysis m...
20120808_Kuestenerosion_Muostakh_01_TOpel
Herbert

EU project Nunataryuk investigates effects of permafrost thaw

by Herbert - 27th November 2017
Fragile Arctic environment threatened by retreating permafrost Permafrost makes up a quarter of the land mass in the Northern Hemisphere. The adven...
2017_11_16_Delphinschutz_01
Herbert

Thousands of dolphins die as countries ignore EU regulations

by Herbert - 23rd November 2017
Whales and dolphins continue to perish as bycatch in fishing nets The Whale and Dolphin Conservation Organization (WDC) has examined the implementa...
IMG_5537-q
Herbert

Faster reproduction ensures immigrant species success

by Herbert - 19th November 2017
Why only a few introduced species establish themselves in foreign marine regions The number of non-native species detected for the first time in ma...
23270535_1686554974740085_2336017301240127069_o
Emir

Bronze Palm at the World Festival of Underwater Images for Algerian documentary ‘The Houses of the Sea’

by Emir - 15th November 2017
The Algerian documentary film The Houses of the Sea by Hamza Mendil, won the Bronze Palm on Saturday night in the Pro category at the World Festival o...
2017_11_10_Stuerme_Foto 1 PM MARUM Rovere_klein
Herbert

Storm waves from the past hold lessons for future

by Herbert - 13th November 2017
Huge boulders on coast retain clues about prehistoric storms In the Bahamas, tons of boulders have been washed onto the cliffs more than 100,000 ye...
Ninfeo di Claudio
Franco and Sabrina

The treasures of the submerged archaeological park of Baia

by Franco and Sabrina - 10th November 2017
Can you believe that is possible to freedive and scuba dive side by side with a grouper or an octopus, among the extraordinary beauty of submerged imp...
2017_11_05_Korallenbleiche_01
Herbert

Coral Bleaching: Reefs suffer equally from El Niño and La Niña

by Herbert - 8th November 2017
Researchers study effects of coral bleaching on Western Australia's reefs Researchers from the University of Western Australia (UWA), the ARC Centr...
2015-11-21-1205_M141_AngelaStippkugel-GEOMAR_Bildgröße ändern
Herbert

Nutrient Mix enables phytoplankton to flourish

by Herbert - 6th November 2017
Combination of nutrients is necessary to promote plankton growth For the food webs in the ocean and processes such as the carbon cycle, photosynthe...
1
Herbert

Scientist conducts shocking experiment involving electric eel – and himself

by Herbert - 2nd November 2017
Objective was to measure strength of eel’s electric shocks Electric shocks inflicted by a young electric eel feel as if you had accidentally touc...
Capture d’écran 2017-10-19 à 12.27.25
Fred Buyle

Back to Guadalupe Island

by Fred Buyle - 30th October 2017
Guadalupe Island is a very special place to me, of course we all know the place for its large population of great whites but it is much much more than...
2017_10_23_Seetang_01
Herbert

Fuel from seaweed

by Herbert - 25th October 2017
Researchers developing breeding programmes for seaweed In the future, our homes and vehicles could be fuelled by seaweed cultivated in large offsho...
2017_10_10_Mariner-Schneefall_marine_snow_NOAA
Herbert

Marine Snowfall at Equator

by Herbert - 13th October 2017
Detailed picture of biological particle flow to deep sea along the equator Animal excrement and parts of dead organisms constantly sink from the oc...