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Associate Professor Emerita Karen Luise Knudsen from the Department of Geoscience is this year’s recipient of the very prestigious award in foraminiferal micropaleontology, The Joseph A. Cushman Award, which she received for her outstanding contributions to foraminiferal-based research. It is the second time a researcher from Aarhus University receives the prestigious award, as Rolf Feyling-Hanssen received the prize in 1996.
In movies, it is extremely life threatening, but should we fear it or not? Postdoc Anders Damsgaard tells in this article on DR about quicksand. What exactly is it, how does it occur - and what should you do if you are stuck? Read more here.
At Geoscience we teach courses in geohazards and volcanology. Often the events do not take place at the same time as the teaching, but right now it is possible to follow live from a volcanic eruption. At La Palma in the Canary Islands, there is plenty of activity at the Cumbre Vieja volcano. Watch the live view here.
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Joanna presents his progress report: ‘Holocene ocean, sea ice and glacier variability on the Northeast Greenland Continental Shelf’
On Friday 5 November Geoscience hosts the network and career day GEO Match
Rasmus Andreasen & Erik Thomsen, Aarhus University, will be giving a talk about “Strontium isotopes and the Egtved girl.” The lecture takes place…
Alexandre Anesio, Aarhus University, will be giving a talk about “Biological darkening of the Greenland ice sheet.” The lecture takes place online at…
Anne Jennings, University of Colorado, Boulder, will be giving a talk about “Deglaciation in the Nares Strait and Parry Channel.” The lecture takes…
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