News All press releases and news from the DAM Topics All Topics Biodiversity Climate Change Management Pollution Research Structure Usage DAM news only Microbial comics: RNA as a common language, presented in extracellular speech-bubbles Decoding the conversations between microbes of hypersaline environments reveals deep insights into the origins of complex life. Environmental Data in Unprecedented Detail high-resolution continuous record of environmental data from shallow-water corals off the coast of Hawai’i Inactive smokers are also densely colonized with microbial communities International project investigates and detects carbon sinks in the deep sea The ocean as ally in climate protection: How does ocean alkalinity enhancement affect marine life? Multi-week experiment of the international research project Ocean Alk-Align starts in Kiel Improving the European ocean observing and forecasting system Legacy Report of the EuroSea project unveils transformative impact Beyond peak season: Bacteria in the Arctic seabed are active all year round Despite the pronounced seasonality in their habitat, the bacterial community in Arctic sediments is taxonomically and functionally very stable. The role of jellyfish as a food source in the Arctic winter AWI research team shows that jellyfish play an important, previously unknown role in the diet of amphipods during the polar night Work for new permanent exhibition: research ship in the museum grows daily the construction site in the extension of the German Maritime Museum is roaring as the permanent exhibition "Worlds of Ships - The Ocean and Us" is being created With camera systems, nets and a deep-sea Robot on an Ocean Discovery Journey International expedition MSM126 sets sail to explore deep-sea habitats around Madeira AngryWaters – Protecting coasts from extreme events Prof. Nils Goseberg receives ERC Consolidator Grant Kick-off for a new polar research project YESSS to investigate warming in the Arctic during the dark season Did climate change trigger pandemics in antiquity? Samples from the ocean floor provide the first high-resolution regional climate record and prove a link to pandemics New study warns: Global warming and invasive species threaten seagrass meadows in the Mediterranean Global warming is increasingly leading to worrying changes in the ecosystems of the oceans Research vessel Polarstern visits Australia for the first time Embassy reception on board at harbour call in Hobart, Tasmania, between two Antarctic expeditions Back to the Future: Climate Change in Central Asia Monsoon climate drove vegetation changes 56 million years ago Previous 1 2 3 4 5 … 27 Next Share this page Newsletter Always up to date with the DAM newsletter. Subscribe Our Sponsors The federal government and the governments of the five northern German states support the current development and sponsor the DAM.