“We are delighted that we can open a new chapter in ocean floor research with the new approved cluster,” says MARUM Director Prof. Michael Schulz, who is also the cluster’s spokesperson. “Over the next seven years, we will explore exchange processes on the ocean floor that play a key role in the Earth’s systems. The focus of our activities will be on the deep sea,” says Schulz.
Numerous researchers from all departments of the Max Planck Institute in Bremen are involved in this research cluster.
Further information can be found in the accompanying press release of MARUM - Center for Marine Environmental Sciences.