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TRR 170 Second Funding Periode (2020-23)

The TRR 170 " Late Accretion onto Terrestrial Planets " was awarded a DFG grant of about 9 Mio €  for its second funding period (2020-2023). TRR 170 projects continue to study how terrestrial planets are formed. Current spokesperson is Thorsten Kleine at the Institut für Planetologie, University of Münster (WWU). Other projects are located at  Freie Universität Berlin, Technische Universität Berlin, Museum für Naturkunde Berlin, and the German Aerospace Center. 

Aug 06, 2020 | Geochemistry

Information zum Blockkurs "Environmental Modeling"

Blockkurs vom 31.08. - 04.09.2020

Jun 25, 2020 | Hydrogeology

How Well Do Germans Understand Weather Risks?

Representative survey on weather and climate literacy in Germany

Jun 09, 2020 | Hans-Ertel-Centre for Weather Research - WEXICOM

Vorbesprechung Hydrogeologie SoSe2020

Die Vorbesprechung Hydrogeologie fällt in diesem Semester aus! Informationen über die in digitaler Form angebotenen Lehrveranstaltungen entnehmen Sie bitte dem Blackboard.

Apr 10, 2020 | Hydrogeology

Webex: Advances in Geochemistry

This term, we meet for a virtual seminar each Monday at 1:30. If you are intereseted to join, please contact Elis Hoffmann ( jeh@zedat.fu-berlin.de ) or Ninja Braukmüller ( ninja.braukmueller@fu-berlin.de ).

Apr 06, 2020 | Geochemistry

‚Hunza Matters. Ordering and bordering between ancient and new Silk Roads‘

Since the mid-19th century, boundary-making in the Pamirian Crossroads had involved the redefining of contested spheres of influence between Great Britain and Russia. Remote mountain microstates had enjoyed a comparatively high degree of autonomy from their immediate neighbours. The incorporation of the Hunza Valley into the British-Kashmirian realm followed a successful military intervention. The colonial project has significantly affected living conditions in the Hunza Valley. Hunza matters addresses the transformation from four perspectives. First, the changing physical infrastructure are analysed from a road perspective. Initially, pack animals and porterage were involved in crossing high passes. Daring geostrategic projects emerged, shedding light on early plans for connecting British India with China by motor road. Much later the Karakoram Highway was built. The latest stage of infrastructure development is the China-Pakistan Economic Corridor. Second, environmental resource utilisation strategies have changed over time. Emphasis has shifted from a predominantly agriculture-based economy towards a market-oriented income generation including extractivism, remittances and services. Third, bordering and ordering is strongly linked to actors and factors. Fourth, new light is shed on prevalent myths that are associated with Alexander the Great and the Silk Roads, longevity and an ideal state. A developmentalism discourse has been transformed in Chinese occupation narrative. All four perspectives are displayed on the basis of archival evidence that has been collected from a wide range of sources, augmented by empirical material collected during four decades.

Apr 01, 2020 | Centre for Development Studies