GEOMAR

AcronymDefinition
GEOMARResearch Center for Marine Geosciences
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the Cluster of Excellence "The Future Ocean" - a research group comprising more than 200 scientists from a variety of disciplines, supported by Kiel University, the GEOMAR Helmholtz Centre for Ocean Research in Kiel, the Kiel Institute for the World Economy and the Muthesius Academy of Fine Arts and Design, and funded by federal and state governments within the framework of the Excellence Initiative of the German Research Foundation (DFG),
Since 2012, Geomar Gulf has been engaged on a package of the Bidbid-Sur road project in Oman for joint venture contractor Astaldi Ozkar.
Steffen Kutterolf, a chemical volcanologist with GEOMAR and one of KrUger's colleagues, tackled the question of how much gas was released during the eruptions.
The recovery operation is a 50-50 venture between Visa Gold and Cuban partner Geomar S.
Major organization : GEOMAR HELMHOLTZ-ZENTRUM FE[pounds sterling]R OZEANFORSCHUNG KIEL
In order to have environmentally sustainable resource extraction from the sea and from the coastal areas, all stakeholders must work together on achieving sustainable solutions,y says Martin Visbeck from GEOMAR Helmholtz Centre for Ocean Research Kiel and speaker of the Cluster of Excellence eThe Future Oceany.
which specializes in finding and recovering artifacts from sunken ships, is exhibiting over 8,000 items recovered--along with local joint-venture partner Geomar S.
That is important for evolutionary studies," says Reinhard Werner of Geomar in Kiel, Germany, whose team reported the discovery this month in GEOLOGY.
After studying geology in Kiel, Vienna, and Buenos Aires and after having jobs in Denmark, USA, Norway, and Germany, he is now working at the young GEOMAR in Kiel.
is party to a joint venture agreement with its Cuban partner, Geomar S.
Warner Brueckmann, Energy & Resources, GEOMAR Helmholtz Centre for Ocean Research Kiel, Germany
Kaj Hoernle of the GEOMAR Research Center in Kiel, Germany, and his colleagues report evidence that much of North Africa and Europe sits above a massive upwelling of hot rock rising up through Earth's mantle.