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2018.06.13 | Department of Geoscience, Debate

Geoscience at this year's People`s Meeting in Bornholm

Søren Munch Kristiansen will represent Geoscience at the People`s Meeting on Friday June 15th 2018, 3-4 PM. Debate: Vand er guld værd

2018.06.13 | Department of Geoscience, Public / media

Denmark is sweating. Are climate changes making the heat even warmer?

Mads Faurschou Knudsen has commented on the subject to DR.

Foto: Shutterstock

2018.06.13 | Department of Geoscience, Research

Concern for global warming is not a new craze

It is 80 years since the first calculations showed that the Earth was warming due to rising greenhouse gas emissions. Marit-Solveig Seidenkrantz has a column in ScienceNordic and Videnskab.dk.

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Events

Sun 05 Aug
08:00-17:00 | Copenhagen and Esbjerg
DHRTC Summer School on 'Mature oil fields'
The 1st DHRTC Summer School on 'Mature oil fields' will take place at DTU and AAU from 5 August 2018 to 18 August 2018. The school is funded by the DHRTC and organized by the DHRTC partner institutions (AAU, AU, DTU, GEUS, and KU). Topics Covered: Mature oil fields challenges and development, Seismic acquisition, processing and interpretation, Characterization of petroleum mixtures, Enhanced oil recovery, Corrosion and scale, Chemistry in Mature Fields, Geostatistics and Inverse Problems. Registration link is on the course website. For financial support contact gulnur@geo.au.dk.
Fri 14 Sep
14:00-17:00 | Geoscience Foyer
VIP/student matchmaking
Student arrangement: Gain insight into the research areas at the department and find a supervisor
Wed 26 Sep
09:00-16:00 | Remisen, Godsbanen in Aarhus
NEWSPACE DAY
The aim of the workshop is to foster better use of the possibilities arising with Newspace. Newspace refers to the globally emerging space movement led by the faster, better and cheaper access to space. It includes private space initiatives like SpaceX, large freely available services like the Copernicus program and the use of ultra-cheap microsatellites.

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