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14.01.2021 - In September 2016, the IUP Heidelberg took part in an international comparison campaign in the Netherlands (CINDI-2), coordinated by the European Space Agency (ESA), with the aim of…
15.12.2020 - The project "Quantifying the Mechanisms of Gas Exchange between Ocean and Atmosphere – Bridging Laboratory and Field by Imaging Measurements" by environmental physicist and image…
14.11.2020 - 85Kr is an important dating tracer for water and ice with ages up to about 40 years. The new analytical technique of ATTA will make this method more widely applicable. A prerequisite…
10.09.2020 - A new article in Nature Astronomy outlines how climate change is affecting the quality of astronomical observations at the Very Large Telescope (VLT), a suite of four 8 m telescopes,…
17.08.2020 - How to feed a growing global population in a secure and sustainable way? The conventional, biogenic agriculture has yet failed to provide a reliable concept which circumvents its severe…
05.08.2020 - In a new publication in Global and Planetary Change three stalagmites from cave systems in Germany provide new insight on the most pronounced climate anomaly of the Holocene was the 8.2…
05.08.2020 - Evan Cooper Border a physics student in our team has received his PhD on last Wednesday. Evan worked on the hypothesis of whether or not natural U-isotopes, here the 234U/238U ratio,…
05.08.2020 - Steffen Therre received his PhD last week. He studied physics and became a member of the team Physics of Environmental Archives during his Bachelor Science Project in 2014. Over the…
30.06.2020 - The Erdmannshöhle is located at the northeastern margin of the Dinkelberg plateau in southwest Germany. It is the longest cave in the deep open karst area near the village of Hasel.…