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Article in the New Phytologist written by Else Marie Friis, Peter R. Crane & Kaj Raunsgaard Pedersen
Marit-Solveig Seidenkrantz from Geoscience comments on the concerns in the Danish newspaper, Berlingske
A new AU-USGS research project funded by the Poul Due Jensen Foundation will make new technology for underground water detection easily accessible in developing countries.
Newly developed magnetic field technology from Aarhus University can help create a far more accurate 3D image of groundwater resources and soil conditions. Among other things, It is used to take better care of our drinking water.
The HydroGeophysics Group at Geoscience helped find a missing airplane part in Greenland using SnowTEM
Article in Aktuel Naturvidenskab: Associate Professor Mads Faurschou Knudsen from Department of Geoscience, Aarhus University talks about the mystery of the missing of ice and the project aimed at locating the ice.
Article in Videnskab.dk: Christian Horrebow was the first to suggest that the sun has a cycle. However, this was ignored by both his contemporaries and the posterity. The reason for this is to be found in a clock that went wrong and thus gave Christian Horrebow a reputation as unreliable.