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Esben Auken, adjunct Professor (formerly full Professor) at Department of Geoscience was elected as an AGU Fellow
Kenyans are learning to use special equipment and interpret data so that they can find water underground. A group of researchers from Aarhus…
Climate models predict more rain despite the increasing number of droughts.
New paper sheds light on challenges with CO2 storage in oil fields
Assistant professor Rachel Lupien spoke on a national, American radio program about the experience of having her article rejected in the hope that…
On April 15, the student satellite DISCO-1 was sent into space on the Vigoride-6 spacecraft. Now it will soon fly solo.
"Organic matter degradation causes enrichment of organic pollutants in hadal sediments"
Henrieka Detlef is lead author on an article in Communications Earth and Environment investigating sea ice stability in the Arctic Ocean
In connection with the International Day of Women and Girls in Science, our PhD Student Joanna Davies was featured in an article about oceanographic…
Egon Nørmark from the department has made an overview of the earthquakes in Turkey
For the first time, PFAS have been found in the groundwater in Aarhus. Associate professor Søren Munch Kristiansen has examined the concentration…
Grundfos has invested in GeoInstruments, a spin-out of HGG here from the Department of Geoscience.
In an area plagued by periods of drought, it is difficult to understand how the great ancient city of Great Zimbabwe thrived for centuries, but the…
Marit-Solveig Seidenkrantz, Rachel Lupien, and Christof Pearce have received a grant of 905,490 DKK for new instrument.
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