Year: 2023

Strong contribution of CDRmare researchers to the new issue of the World Ocean Review

Today the eighth World Ocean Review (WOR No. 8) “Climate saviour ocean? How the ocean should absorb (even) more carbon dioxide” was published! The WOR explains the role of the ocean in the Earth’s carbon cycle and presents the benefits, risks and knowledge gaps of the most important ocean-based carbon dioxide removal (mCDR) processes. CDRmare researchers contributed significantly to the preparation with their expertise!>> read more

Research cruise to the Reyk­janes Ridge

The north­east At­lantic is the des­tin­a­tion of ex­ped­i­tion MS­M119 with the re­search ves­sel MARIA S. MERIAN. The sea­floor drilling rig MARUM-Me­Bo70 is also on board. The aim is to drill into the up­per ocean crust of a young, cold flank of the Mid-At­lantic Ridge and to in­stall bore­hole ob­ser­vat­or­ies. In the fu­ture, they will be used to doc­u­ment and quantify the fluid flow in the basaltic crus>> read more