By 2040, scientists anticipate a reduction in traffic-related emissions of nitrogen oxides by around 80 percent more
New website www.storm-monitor.eu more
Storm Monitor: Interview with Oliver Krüger more
Legacy and emerging organic pollutants detected in the Antarctic snow more
Workshop on satellite remote sensing in the Baltic Sea region with HZG and ESA more
Helmholtz project receives award for innovative geo and environmental research more
HZG scientists examine the outward and return transport of pollutants more
HZG scientists are developing methods for measuring metal in microplastics more
How can different interests of use and protection in coastal regions be reconciled? more
First HZG expedition for the ECOTIP project begins on Spitsbergen more
3rd Conference held successfully online more
Our oceans are our future more
Coastal researchers at HZG are tracing persistent organic pollutants in the water more
Snow flurry in the ocean - new insights into the big role of tiny particles more
Test Center for Maritime Technologies puts research area off Helgoland in the North Sea into operation more
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|Postdoc (m/f/d) advanced reconstruction methods for X-ray phase contrast tomography||25.11.2020||Institute of Materials Research||Hamburg|
|Data Scientist (m/w/d) Helmholtz Coastal Data Center||30.11.2020||Institute of Coastal Research||Geesthacht|
|Scientist (PhD student) in the field of meteorology, environmental sciences, physics or a related naturalscience (m/f/d) in the project “Multi compartment modeling - from emission to exposure (MCMEE)“||06.12.2020||Institute of Coastal Research||Geesthacht|
|Scientist (PhD student) in the field of oceanography, environmental sciences, physics or a related naturalscience (m/f/d) in the project “Multi compartment modeling - from emission to exposure (MCMEE)“||06.12.2020||Institute of Coastal Research||Geesthacht|
|Full-Stack Software Entwickler (m/w/d) Helmholtz Coastal Data Centers / 2020/KB 8||20.12.2020||Institute of Coastal Research||Geesthacht|
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