Promotion colloquium

Cornelia Kwiatkowski

Rainfall variability over the Maritime Continent during the late Holocene

MARUM, Raum 2070

Deanery meeting

Prof. Dr. Michal Kucera

GEO-Gebude, Raum 5590

Promotion colloquium

Tobias Kulgemeyer

Plenty of All Blacks: Magnetite Enrichments in the Bay of Plenty, New Zealand

GEO-Gebude, Raum 1550 (Hrsaal)



Unique fossil re-investigated

Article published in "BMC Evolutionary Biology"

The Geosciences Collection of the Faculty of Geosciences houses a fossil tick preserved in baltic amber. More than 50 years after its first description it is heading for a second scientific carreer. The Bremen palaeontologist Jens Lehmann initialised an x-ray tomopgraphy reveals, closest living relative of Ixodes succineus is in fact an Asian species: Ixodes ovatus an animal that carries certain diseases.


Introduction Days 2016

October 10 - 14, 2016

Welcome at the Geosciences Department. Our introduction days for new master students are running from October 10 to 14, 2016. Please have a look on the program. more


Honour for Bremen Geochemist

Thomas Pichler appointed as Associate Editor of the Journal Applied Geochemistry

The Bremen geochemist and hydrogeologist Professor Thomas Pichler has been recently appointed as Associated Editor of the journal Applied Geochemistry. The British journal is dedicated to publishing the results of applied research in geochemistry and urban geochemistry with practical applications to human endeavour, such as the preservation of the environment, health, waste disposal and the search for resources. The journal is published by the International Association of GeoChemistry. We wish Thomas Pichler good luck in his new function!

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