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Gry Hoffmann Barfod is among the writers of the popular article

2021.04.12 | Department of Geoscience

Among the top 100 most downloaded science papers in 2020 on Science Reports

'Alexandrian' glass confirmed by hafnium isotopes' is the title of the popular article, which has been downloaded more than 13,000 times. Gry Hoffmann Barfod is co-author of the popular article. If you have not yet read the article, you can find it here.

Foraminiferen Cassidulina Neoteretis, Photo: Anne Jennings, University of Colorado

2021.03.24 | Department of Geoscience

New study on the oceanic conditions of the last glacial period

Professor Marit-Solveig Seidenkrantz and assistant professor Christof Pearce show in the study that there was a stronger influx of Atlantic Water into the Labrador Sea region than today during the Last Glacial Maximum (23-19,000 years ago), suggesting a much more vigorous North Atlantic Ocean circulation than previously assumed.

Delphini 1 - Aarhus Universitet

2021.03.23 | Department of Geoscience

Goodbye to Delphini-1

On Sunday 14 March 2021, the student satellite Delphini-1 from Aarhus University burned up in the atmosphere after a long period of faithful service. The satellite stayed up for quite a bit longer than expected. The project has been a great success with many involved from various Departments at Aarhus University, including Geoscience. Read more.

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