(23.2.2021) CeOS will support a new HELCOM project
(18.2.2021) We are seeking a scientist in the field of integrative (qualitative and/or quantitative) natural hazard analysis
(15.2.2021) Humboldt Tipping internal conference held in a virtual format
(2.2.2021) New data helps to better assess the hazards in the region.
We are seeking a Doctoral Researcher (m/f/d) in Resource Economics “Climate Change, Biodiversity and Fishery Management“
Since January, the marine ecologist has been leading the Marine Food Security team
The construction of CeOS goes into the next phase - successful team building in times of COVID-19.
What are the implications of climate change for Eastern Atlantic fisheries? Bio-economic modeling to support the necessary policy adjustments.
The new Center for Ocean and Society at Kiel University focuses on transdisciplinary marine research
Adaptation of coastal fisheries in the Western Baltic Sea to climate change