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News from ZMT

Twice a year the Leibniz Centre for Tropical Marine Research (ZMT) publishes a newsletter in English, which is available for download. ZMT press office is happy to add you to the distribution list.

Inclusion in our press mailing list

If you would like to regularly receive ZMT press releases, please send us a short Email with your contact information, your areas of interest and your media affiliation to Andrea Daschner or Dr. Susanne Eickhoff


Images

ZMT a wealth of images from its research regions including photos of coastal ecosystems studied by ZMT scientists (coral reefs, mangroves, seagrass beds, upwelling systems, rivers, estuaries and coastal zones). Please contact the ZMT press office if you require accompanying visual media for your reporting. Unless otherwise noted, all photographs need to be referenced as follows: "Leibniz Centre for Tropical Marine Research (ZMT)


Expert knowledge

You are looking for a scientist to provide background information for your story or as an interviewee? Please contact the press office by phone or email to set up the interview with the appropriate ZMT expert. Here is a list with topics (related to tropical and subtropical seas and coastal habitats) that ZMT scientists study:


Ecosystems

Coral reef ecology, threats for coral reef

  • Mangrove ecology
  • Ecology of aquatic microorganisms
  • Tropical fish communities
  • Marine ecosystems of the Galapagos Islands
  • Restoration of coral reefs
  • Connectivity between tropical coastal ecosystems
  • Climate change and upwelling systems

Climate and environmental archives

  • Reconstructing the environment through marine climate archives

Element cycles

  • Human impacts on element cycles in the oceans and in tropical coastal ecosystems
  • Human impacts on river inputs into the oceans

 

Threats to ecosystems

  • Impacts of eutrophication
  • Fisheries biology and destructive fishing methods
  • Breeding, catching and trading marine ornamental organisms
  • Ecological impacts of aquaculture
  • Impacts of ocean acidification
  • Biofuel and CO2
  • Impacts of oxygen depletion in the oceans
  • Pollutants in marine ecosystems

Humans and coasts

  • Marine Protected Areas and their benefit
  • Sustainable coastal management in the tropics
  • Governance of marine resources

 

 

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