Fracturing of the continents, imaging of the inner structure of the Earth, research into the mass distribution and mass transports of the system Earth, and geothermal energy will be among the central topics covered by the 74th Annual Meeting of the German Geophysical Society (DGG) from March 10 to March 13, 2014, on KIT Campus South. A public presentation on March 12 will present new findings on volcanos. Representatives of the media are cordially invited.
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