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2020.05.20 | Publication, Department of Geoscience

Publishing of paper about differences in core and cuttings samples

Professor Hamed Sanei colaborates in paper about core and cuttings samples

2020.05.07 | Department of Geoscience, Publication

Book publishing: "Particle Sizing in Geosciences: Explanation of Various Techniques and Pre-treatments"

Charlotte Rasmussen, laboratory manager at Department of Geoscience, has had an e-book published

[Translate to English:] Else Marie Friis

2020.05.01 | Department of Geoscience, News for employees

Else Marie Friis elected as Foreign Member of the Royal Society

Professor Emerita at the Department of Geoscience, Else Marie Friis, has been elected as Foreign Member of the Royal Society.

[Translate to English:] (L. O'Dwyer Brown, Aarhus University)

2020.04.27 | Department of Geoscience, Publication

New article in Nature Geoscience: Iron isotope fractionation at the core–mantle boundary by thermodiffusion

Professor Charles E. Lesher and Assistant Professor Gry Barfoed from Department of Geoscience, Aarhus University have, in collaboration with others, written an article about Earth's core, which may be leaking heavy iron isotopes

2020.03.03 | Department of Geoscience, Publication, Research

New article in Scientific Reports about the link between volcanism and mass extinction

Platinum-group elements link the end-Triassic mass extinction and the Central Atlantic Magmatic Province

[Translate to English:] (Foto: NSO/NSF/AURA)

2020.01.30 | Department of Geoscience, Nature and technology

"Never seen before: Here are the world's most detailed images of the Sun's bubbling sea of fire". New article about the Sun in videnskab.dk

Christoffer Karoff, Associate Professor at the Department of Geoscience, Aarhus University, talks about the new telescope in Hawaii: Daniel K. Inouye Solar Telescope, which has just taken its first images of the Sun.

The Taal vulcano (photo: Google Earth)

2020.01.15 | Department of Geoscience, Press

The volcano Taal is among the world's 10 most dangerous volcanoes

Gry Barfod, assistant professor at the Department of Geoscience at Aarhus University, explains in an article in the newspaper Berlingske Tidende why the Taal volcano in the Philippines is so dangerous.

2019.11.15 | Department of Geoscience, Environment, climate and energy

Greenland's ice sheet can respond quickly and unexpectedly to climate change

New research complicates our picture of how the melting of ice in Greenland takes place

2019.11.15 | Department of Geoscience, Environment, climate and energy

700 'scientists and professionals' sends an open letter to the UN cancelling the climate emergency, but the letter is rubbish

There is no climate crisis, according to an open letter to the UN signed by over 700 people, allegedly scientists and professionals. But the letter is filled with half-truths, and most of it is rubbish, it says, among other things, from five climate scientists.

2019.10.31 | Department of Geoscience, Research

New podcast: How do you find life in space?

Geoscience is not just about understanding the Earth. It is also a question of understanding the geology of the thousands of exoplanets we have discovered over the past few years, and thus the possibilities for finding life in other parts of the universe

2019.10.30 | Publication, Research, Department of Geoscience

New article in Scientific Reports about the reaction to climate changes of the Ice Sheet in Greenland

Southwest Greenland shelf glaciation during MIS 4 more extensive than during the Last Glacial Maximum

2019.10.30 | Research, Department of Geoscience, Publication

New article in Science Advances on the causes of mass extinction 201 million years ago

Mutated ferns shed light on the mass extinction during the Triassic period

2019.09.23 | Department of Geoscience, Publication

"Hunt for the Cosmogenic nuclides". Article in Laboranten magazine.

Laboratory technicians Birte Lindahl Eriksen and Rikke Brok Jensen wrote an article about their visit at the University of Vermont, the Department of Geology, Community Cosmogenic Facility.

2019.09.13 | Visit, Department of Geoscience

Geologists in training

Gry Barfod visited 1st grade at Hasle Skole to teach geology.

Photo: Stott et al., 2019, Remote Sensing

2019.09.06 | Department of Geoscience, Public / media

Lolland and the South of Jutland may hide ring fortresses from the Viking age

Søren Munch Kristiansen from Geoscience was interviewed on TV2 News which also show the HydroGeophyscis Group's new tMAG Equipment

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