Tag: Environment

24. January 2023

Marine conditions in Braunschweig Leichtweiß-Institute for Hydraulic Engineering and Water Resources receives saltwater wave flow channel

19. January 2023

The secret of deep-rooted plants Dr. Matthias Beyer on his junior research group "Isodrones"

10. January 2023

Marine sediments from a depth of 8,000 metres Dr Marta Pérez Rodríguez on the “Island Impact” Expedition

8. December 2022

Wanted: International Scientific Talents Professor Nils Goseberg is the Alexander von Humboldt Foundation's Henriette Herz Scout

8. December 2022

On an expedition to the lakes of the Maya Biogeoscientific study trip to the karst lakes of the tropical rainforest in southern Mexico

6. December 2022

Methane above the Baltic Sea Further successful atmospheric methane measurements above the Nord Stream leaks

Die Okertalsperre im Harz im Oktober 2022: Anhaltende Trockenheit führt zu niedrigem Wasserstand und Baumsterben, was wiederum die Böden anfälliger und weniger aufnahmefähig für Niederschläge macht. Bildnachweis: Sándor Fekete/TU Braunschweig 8. November 2022

Drought and flood disasters EXDIMUM joint project of TU Braunschweig investigates extreme water events

20. October 2022

TU for Future Series of lectures on climate protection starts on 26 October

18. October 2022

Expedition Himalaya: Palaeoclimatology in the Nepalese high mountains A Nepalese-German research trip of biologists and geologists to lake Gosainkunda

11. October 2022

Between Tibetan tradition and pink bouncy castle Living with Yak Herders in Tibet, Part 4: Off to the horse racing festival!

7. October 2022

TU Braunschweig and DLR successfully perform methane measurements at NordStream leaks Trailing probe investigates methane concentrations over the Baltic Sea

4. October 2022

The Mercury Secret in the Deep Sea TU Braunschweig scientist on Polarstern expedition

4. October 2022

Setting off on a stormy research trip Dr Marta Pérez Rodríguez on her participation in the "Polarstern" expedition to South Georgia

4. October 2022

Picture of the month: Five seconds of fog Precision wind measurements of the Physikalisch-Technische Bundesanstalt

29. September 2022

Of coyotes and humans Research for a better coexistence of humans and wildlife

Weltenburg Monastery 2021. Picture credits: Wasserwirtschaftsamt Landshut 15. September 2022

The Challenge of Unprecedented Extreme Weather Events Risk management measures in times of climate change

14. September 2022

Tracking down traces in the mega-city Joint study trip of environmental scientists and physicists to Mexico City

1. September 2022

Expansion of the Large Wave Flume: World’s largest wave maker is installed marTech team explains construction progress / Reopening planned for 2023

1. September 2022

Mail from … Israel Doctoral student Sonja Rigterink reports on her stay in Israel