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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.

2018.05.29 | Department of Geoscience, Concert / performance

Marit-Solveig Seidenkrantz will represent the Department of Geoscience at the Heartland Festival.

On June 1, 2018, Marit-Solveig Seidenkrantz will take part of the “Future Talks” programme of the well-known Heartland Festival taking place every year at Egeskov Slot, Funen.

Fotograf: Ejvind Hertz, Skanderborg Museum

2018.05.22 | Public / media

Scientists from Geoscience included in the scientific journal PNAS

New archaeological excavations at Alken Enge, Jutland, Denmark, have revealed a comprehensive assemblage of disarticulated human remains within a 75-ha wetland area. A minimum of 82 individuals have been uncovered. Co-authored by Søren Munch Kristiansen, Niels Emil Søe and Bent Vad Odgaard from Geoscience.

2018.05.17 | Public / media

Pollution in the groundwater in Kærgård Klitplantage

Now the work begins to clean up

Foto: Nicolaj Krog Larsen

2018.05.17 | Public / media

Instability of the Northeast Greenland Ice Stream over the last 45,000 years

The sensitivity of the Northeast Greenland Ice Stream (NEGIS) to prolonged warm periods is largely unknown and geological records documenting such long-term changes are needed to place current observations in perspective. Co-authors of the article in Nature Communications are Nicolaj K. Larsen, Astrid Strunk and Daniel S. Skov from Geoscience