Project in the for Ocean and Society

Multi-dimensional Ocean Harzard Risk Assessment


From the ocean to the universe to society (FON-2020-04)

Natural hazards off southern Italy


The continental margins of southern Italy lie along converging plate boundaries that are affected by intense seismicity and volcanic activity.

Tuaheni Landslides, offshore New Zealand


The dynamics of submarine landslides is only poorly understood.

Surveying underwater vegetation


A contribution to coastal protection

Humboldt Tipping


Socio-ecological tipping points in the system of the northern Humboldt Current upwelling area, ecological effects and governance strategies

marEEshift (associated partner)


Marine ecological-economic systems in the Western Baltic Sea and beyond: Shifting the baseline to a regime of sustainability

South and Tropical Atlantic climate-based marine ecosystem prediction for sustainable management (TRIATLAS)


In the TRIATLAS project, scientists are investigating the state of the ecosystems of the tropical Atlantic and the South Atlantic.

Coastal Ecosystem Monitoring in Cape Verde (CEM-CV)


Artisanal fisheries contribute importantly to nutrition in the African archipelagic state of Cape Verde.

GoJelly – a gelatinous solution to plastic pollution


The GoJelly project is looking for ways to use jellyfish as a source of innovative solutions to combat marine pollution.

Kieler Marktplatz


The event series Kieler Markplatz (Kiel Market Place) supports the interaction of science, politics and business on current topics like green hydrogen from wind power, sustainable aquaculture, microplastic or munitions in German marine waters.

Adaptation of the Western Baltic Coastal Fishery to Climate Change (balt_ADAPT)


The project is dedicated to the adaptation of coastal fishery in the Western Baltic Sea to climate change.

labsCAUs (Labrador Shelf Seismics at CAU)


Pre-site survey for an amphibious drilling project for the palaeo-reconstruction of the Laurentian Ice Sheet in Labrador, Canada

Round Table Marine Science Schleswig-Holstein


The Round Table is intended to ensure a regular exchange between science and administration on current topics in marine science.

Living Lab Eckernförder Bucht 2030


Together with various stakeholders, the project partners want to develop perspectives for a sustainable utilisation of the Eckernförde Bucht. By using the methods of a living lab, the ecological relationships in the bay will be investigated and the protection of marine habitats will be expanded.

GenClim


Climate change is causing redistributions of marine fish species. Based on genetic studies and bioeconomic models, proposals are being developed on how fisheries management can respond.

RETAKE (CO2-removal through marine alkalinity enhancement: potential, benefits, risks).


The project examines whether and under which circumstances marine alkalinity enhancement can be a viable process to remove CO2 from the atmosphere, storing it safely in the ocean. Similarly, impacts on fish stocks, fisheries, and food security will be examined.