Alfred Lothar Wegener

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Noun1.Alfred Lothar Wegener - German geophysicist who proposed the theory of continental drift (1880-1930)Alfred Lothar Wegener - German geophysicist who proposed the theory of continental drift (1880-1930)
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The team, led by the University of Southampton with British Antarctic Survey, University of East Anglia and the Alfred Wegener Institute in Germany, studied the ocean circulation and carbon concentration of the Weddell Gyre, a region of critical importance for carbon removal from the atmosphere lying east of the Antarctic Peninsula.
Sepp Kipfstuhl from the Alfred Wegener Institute collected 500 kg of snow at the Kohnen Station, a container settlement in the Antarctic, and had it transported to Munich for analysis.
KILBEGGAN: 5.05 Rocket Lad, 5.40 Little Nugget, 6.10 Winner Takes Itall, 6.40 Alfred Wegener, 7.10 Generator City, 7.40 Ocean Glandore, 8.10 Barnet Brook.
Lead author Dr Melanie Bergmann, of the Alfred Wegener Institute in Bremerhaven, Germany, said: "The Arctic is still widely conceived as one of the last pristine environments.
Professor Olaf Eisen, a glaciologist at the Alfred Wegener
The findings are the first to show that carbon dioxide makes wild fish act just as crazy as fish dosed with the greenhouse gas in the lab, says marine biologist Astrid Wittmann of the Alfred Wegener Institute in Bremerhaven, Germany.
The carbon dioxide cycle between the atmosphere and the ocean/Image by Hannes Grobe 21:52, 12 August 2006 (UTC), Alfred Wegener Institute for Polar and Marine Research, Bremerhaven, Germany - Own work.
| The research was led by a team at the Alfred Wegener Institute and included academics from Cardiff University, Qingdao National Laboratory for Marine Science and Technology and the University of Bremen.