News

Photo: Siv Hastrup Steffensen

2018.07.18 | Department of Geoscience, Public / media

The Danish carrier pigeons are not enjoying the heat

Christoffer Karoff from Department of Geoscience explains to DR, how solar coronal holes can be one of the reasons why Danish carrier pigeons have problems finding home this summer.

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.

[Translate to English:] Foto: The German-Danish North-West Quarter Excavation team

2018.06.01 | Department of Geoscience, History and achaeology, Public / media

100 years of aerial photo and remote sensing can be used to understand a historical city in the Middle East

It can also be used to document and protect archaeological sites elsewhere in the world. David Stott and Søren Munch Kristiansen from Inst. for Geoscience, together with Danish and German colleagues, has a story in the journal PNAS.

Foto: Thue Bording

2018.05.31 | Public / media, Department of Geoscience

Monitoring chemical clean-up in Kærgård

Department of Geoscience is testing a new concept for chemical remediation in collaboration with Region South Denmark. Vast amounts of chemical waste were dumped in the dunes starting 1958. Anders Vest Christiansen from Geoscience is featured in the DR 1 news on the clean-up project.

2015.03.09 | Department of Geoscience, Staff, Public / media

The ice sheet of the past tells about the future

A team of Danish researchers has succeeded in very precisely quantifying how the ice in Greenland reacted to a warm period 8,000–5,000 years ago, when the temperature in Greenland was 2–4 degrees warmer than it is today. The results have just been published in the renowned scientific journal Geology, and are very interesting because we are fast…

2015.03.09 | Department of Geoscience, Staff, Public / media

[Translate to English:] Solen påvirker klimaet mere i kølige perioder

[Translate to English:] Solens aktivitet er en vigtig faktor i det komplicerede samspil, der styrer vores klima. Nu viser ny forskning, at påvirkningen fra Solen ikke er konstant over tid, men har større betydning, når det er køligere på Jorden.

2013.06.27 | Department of Geoscience, Staff, Public / media

New model solves mystery of ancient mountains

David Lundbek Egholm and Mads Faurschou Knudsen, Geoscience, together with an Australian colleague have developed a new theory and published the results in Nature.