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Understand the Earth's past, present, and future
Astrid Strunk from the Department of Geoscience was among five lucky researchers each to receive DKK 50,000, when this year's PhD prizes were awarded to young researchers with extraordinary talent. Her research project reconstructed how the Ice Sheet in Northern Greenland reacts to climate change and improved some of the methods for carbon dating.
In a new podcast, you can hear Associate Professor Søren Munch Kristiansen from Geoscience talk about his work in geology. For him, people are especially exciting – and his work is centered around understanding how the Earth affects us and how we have affected it. Aarhus Studenterradio has made the podcast. You can hear it here. (In Danish)
On board the ship Celtic Explorer, Per Trinhammer will for the next 4 weeks together with researchers and engineers from Danish, British and Irish universities map the seabed in the Atlantic Ocean under Porcupine and Rockall basins. They look at how the Earth's deep interior has affected the global climate in the geological past. Follow them here.
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