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Press Pictures CDRMARE

The DAM’s first research mission “Marine Carbon Sinks in Decarbonisation Pathways”, CDRmare for short, investigates the role of the ocean in the removal and storage of carbon dioxide (residual emissions) from the atmosphere.

Ocean and clouds
Can the ocean help to actively remove carbon dioxide from the atmosphere and store it in order to limit climate change? This is one of the core questions being addressed by the DAM's first research mission. | ©Ralf Prien | IOW
Ocean and Clouds
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Experimenting in the ocean
Experimenting in the ocean | ©Michael Sswat | GEOMAR
Mesocosms

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Mesokosmen
The RETAKE and TestArtUp consortia are carrying out various mesocosm experiments, looking at the feasibility and potential, but also the environmental risks of the tested methods for promoting carbon uptake by the ocean. | ©Ulf Riebesell | GEOMAR
Mesocosms

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Robotic arm on the seabed
In the GEOSTOR network, scientists are investigating the extent to which carbon dioxide can be stored in the geological subsurface of the North Sea. They are also determining potential leakage paths and mechanisms, possible environmental impacts during site exploration or storage operation, as well as a new environmentally friendly method for monitoring storage sites. | ©ROV-Team | GEOMAR
Robotic arm on the seabed

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Waves
Seas and oceans play a central role in global climate processes. The DAM's first research mission will now investigate how this can be actively used to limit climate change. | ©Ralf Prien | IOW
Waves

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Ocean-based methods of removing carbon dioxide from the atmosphere
Ocean-based methods of removing carbon dioxide from the atmosphere | Creative Commons license: BY-NC-ND // Artwork: Rita Erven | GEOMAR

Illustration of the CDR method

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Press Pictures sustainMare

The second DAM research mission “Protection and Sustainable Use of Marine Areas”, sustainMare for short, is investigating how the protection and the use of the oceans can be reconciled.

Crab fishing for research
Crab fishing for research | ©Sina Loeschke | Alfred-Wegener-Institut
Crab fishing for researchung

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Beam trawl operating in the North Sea
Beam trawl operating in the North Sea | ©Hermann Neumann | Thünen-Institut für Seefischerei
Beam trawl operating in the North Sea

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Beam trawl operating in the North Sea
Beam trawl operating in the North Sea | ©Hermann Neumann | Thünen-Institut für Seefischerei
Beam trawl operating in the North Sea

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Pilot Missions: Beam trawl on the fishing research vessel Clupea
Three-meter beam trawl on the fishing research vessel Clupea off Rostock in July 2020 | ©Ina Hennings | Thünen-Institut für Ostseefischerei
Three-meter beam trawl on the fishing research vessel Clupea

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Pilot Missions: Catch from a bottom trawl
Catch from a bottom trawl: Parts of a catch in the Fehmarnbelt next to a designated Natura 2000 protected area in July 2020 | ©Ina Hennings | Thünen-Institut für Ostseefischerei
Landed in the bottom trawl

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Pilot Missions: Sorting a beam trawl catch
Sorting a beam trawl catch off Nienhagen near Rostock in July 2020 | ©Ina Hennings | Thünen-Institut für Ostseefischerei
Sorting a beam trawl catch

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Der Vorstand der DAM

Dr. Joachim Harms, Chairman of the DAM Executive Board
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Dr. Joachim Harms
Chairman of the DAM Executive Board

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Prof. Dr. Michael Schulz, Deputy Chairman of the DAM Executive Board
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Prof. Dr. Michael Schulz
Deputy Chairman of the DAM Executive Board

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Prof. Dr. Matthes, Member of the DAM Executive Board
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Prof. Dr. Katja Matthes
Member of the DAM Executive Board

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Ulrich Bathmann, Member of the DAM Executive Board
Ulrich Bathmann, Member of the DAM Executive Board | ©Danny Gohlke | IOW
Prof. Dr. Ulrich Bathmann
Member of the DAM Executive Board

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