“Make Our Planet Great Again” supports HZG coastal research with 1.5 million euros more
The sea as the largest reservoir for the greenhouse gas carbon dioxide: Is the absorption capacity limited? more
New multimedia report on pollutants in the marine environment more
A nine-person delegation from the Institute of Oceanology, Chinese Academy of Sciences, and the Yantai Institute of Coastal Zone Research visited the Institute for Coastal Research more
Extreme Hoch- und Niedrigwasserereignisse im Fokus von Wissenschaftsteams more
Persistent easterly winds in spring 2018 reversed the circulation in the North Sea for more than a month, a study conducted by a team of researchers from the University of Oldenburg and the Helmholtz-Zentrum Geesthacht shows. The team is led by oceanographer Prof. Dr. Emil Stanev. more
The relations between heavy precipitation and forest fires in California are becoming clearer: an international team of researchers from the Helmholtz Centre Geesthacht (HZG), the University of Hamburg and research institutions from the USA has published a study on this subject in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences. more
New explanation for high phytoplankton concentrations in North Sea coastal waters more
It started with ferries. Meanwhile the so called FerryBoxes are installed in different types of commercial shipping vessels. more
The Magazine About People with Ideas: New Issue more
The Second Assessment of Climate Change in the Baltic Sea Region (BACC II) of 2015 is currently being updated by scientists from the international Baltic Earth network. more
Together with a Norwegian team of scientists, coastal researchers at Helmholtz-Zentrum Geesthacht have developed a statistical procedure that can help predict future cod stocks in the Barents Sea. This new method could sustainably improve cod fishery management on longer time scales and has now been published in the journal PLoS ONE. more
What role do dunes play as indicators of coastal shifts? They are an important parameter for climate models ... more
The 17th Coastal Summer School came to an end. 19 young scientists from 11 nations visited the Baltic Sea island of Hiddensee for 12 days to deepen their knowledge of coastal research. more
Experiment shows: microplastics aggregate with natural particles - new publication in the international journal Proceedings of the Royal Society B.
Addressing challenges in the context of Big Data requires data infrastructures and innovative data science methods across disciplines. Diverse activities within and outside HGF deal with these challenges. The series of Data Science Symposia fosters knowledge exchange and collaboration in the Earth and Environment research community.
The Coastal Summer School 2019 on Helgoland features the 1st PORTWIMS summer school on “Marine phytoplankton diversity observations: innovative methods and industrial applications“.
The Helmholtz Climate Initiative „Regional Climate Change“ (REKLIM) takes the pleasure to welcome you to the 2nd International Conference „Our Climate - Our Future: Regional Perspectives on a Global Challenge“ which will be held from 23rd to 25th September 2019 in Berlin, Germany.
Location: Berlin, Germany
Postdoctoral Investigator (m/f/d) In the area of Submesoscale Dynamics and Ocean Color
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One scientific focus of the Institute is the investigation of submesoscale dynamics. The remote sensing group at HZG uses infrared and spectral data obtained from satellites, aircrafts, a zeppelin, and drones as well as in situ water sampling enabling the study processes on scales of a few meters to kilometers and minutes to days. One aim is to gain reliable ocean color information from the diverse platforms in optically complex waters and link submesoscale physical processes with phytoplankton biomass dynamics (www.clockwork-ocean.com).
We invite applications for a postdoctoral investigator position (m/f/d) in the research group Remote Sensing at the Institute of Coastal Research with preferred starting date on September 1st, 2019. The position is limited to three years. The place of employment is Geesthacht, Germany.
PhD Postition - In the area of Coastal Ocean Turbulence
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The Institute of Coastal Research is investigating the influence of offshore wind farm structures on the dynamics of coastal seas. The interaction of tidal and coastal currents with the offshore wind farm foundation structures creates anthropogenic sources of turbulence that contribute to additional mixing and transport of buoyancy that can affect stratification levels. Primarily through the use of Large Eddy Simulations (LES), the candidate will investigate this mixing process with the aim of producing a parameterisation suitable for use in larger scale regional models. The work will contribute to our understanding of the response to offshore wind farm development in the German region of the North Sea. The project may also involve the collection of field data.
We invite applications for a PhD position (m/f/d) in the area of Coastal Ocean Turbulence with preferred starting date on September 1, 2019. The position is limited to three years with the degree being awarded through the University of Hamburg.
The place of employment is Geesthacht, Germany.
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