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M148/2 „EreBUS“: July 1st, 2018 (Walvis Bay, Namibia) - July 20, 2018 (Las Palmas, Spain)

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The Meteor Expedition M148/2 “EreBUS” aims to investigate the microbial processes producing and consuming the trace green - house gases (TGG) methane and nitrous oxide in the Benguela Upwelling System (BUS) and physical and geochemical controls regulating these processes.

Weekly Report 1

Weekly Report 2

Weekly Report 3

Weekly Report 4

Our Blog from FS Sonne - SO261

On March 2nd, an in­ter­na­tional team of re­search­ers led by Pro­fessor Ron­nie N. Glud (Uni­versity of South­ern Den­mark, Odense) and Dr. Frank Wen­zhöfer (Max Planck In­sti­tute for Mar­ine Mi­cro­bi­o­logy, Bre­men) em­barked on a 32 days cruise on the Ger­man re­search ves­sel SONNE to the Atacama Trench in the Pa­cific Ocean.The aim of the expedition is to explore life at 8,000 m water depth and to understand the importance of the trench for regional carbon and nitrogen cycling.

Expedition 2016

Expedition 2015

Sonne SO245: ULTRAPAC in the South Pacific Gyre

7.12.2015 Prequel
29.12.2015 First report
1.1.2016 Second report
4.1.2016 Happy New Year from S 23°30' W 110°00'
6.1.2016 Third report

Expedition before 2015

12. Oktober 2010
Weblog METEOR 82_3
We discovered a new hydrothermal vent
Juli 2008
Science blog: METEOR Expedition M76/3 GUINECO -
Process Studies in the Eastern South Atlantic (PROSA)
Forschung zu Fluid und Gasaustritten vor Westafrika

11.Juli 2008 Prequel
17. Juli 2008 Blog by Christina Bienhold
18. Juli 2008 Blog by Jörn Tonnius
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