Sem Sælands vei 2A
Kerim Nisancioglu bruker egne erfaringer fra Grønlandsisen og samarbeider med is-musiker for å fortelle om klimaendringer.
Jahren with an article in the New Youk Times newspaper.
Participants at our 1st General Assembly in February will have the exclusive opportunity to listen to inspiring talks by Professor Charles Lesher from Aarhus University and Professor Trond H. Torsvik from CEED, University of Oslo.
- reveals oceans and mountains lost to Earth's history.
The lecture is named after the eminent geologist from the earliest years of Dutch geology.
CEEDs Researcher and geologist Grace Shephard has been in duty on board on the Swedish icebreaker Oden, and explains how they collect core samples from the sea floor.
The official opening of the national Ivar Giæver geomagnetic lab was on September 7. There were a seminar with presentations and invited lectures, and later the opening of the infrastructure was done by Giæver himself.
The University of Oslo (UiO) research prize for 2016 was given to Professor Trond H. Torsvik in a formal ceremony at University's Aula on Friday 2nd September 2016.
The whole travel is documented in a blog, facebook and participants have given interviews.
Grace Shephard, Researcher at CEED takes part in a scientific polar expedition and a research team collecting data from the central Arctic Ocean. The journey started this week in Longyearbyen, Svalbard.
Da den siste istiden slapp taket over Norge etterlot den seg morener, sand, rullestein og våre fine svaberg. Forsker Henrik H Svensen, Institutt for geofag og CEED skriver i spalten Forskningsfronten, Morgenbladet den 29. juli om ny istidforskning.
Mennesker påvirker Jorden på en helt annen måte enn før. Vi bruker ressurser, vi dyrker jorden, vi forurenser og endrer på landskapet. Er menneskene blitt en naturkraft som endrer Jorden, spør geolog Henrik H. Svensen, biolog Dag Hessen og sosialantropolog Thomas Hylland Eriksen i en artikkel i Aftenposten Viten.
Gravitational pulls of Saturn and Jupiter might combine to cause spectacular meteor showers. A research team led by Aswin Sekhar at CEED, UiO thinks it may have an answer: A rare gravitational dance between the Perseids, Saturn and Jupiter. Read the interview with Sekhar in New Scientist.
CEED received three prizes at the European Geological Union Meeting in Vienna 17-22 April. More by the UiO Research Dean here (in Norwegian)
International team of climate researchers reconstructs global cooling in the reign of the Roman emperor Justinian. Ice-cores and data about sulfate flux at Greenland and Artica reveils the pasts climate disasters. Their research was presented at EGU 2016; Vienna recently.
Medal winners, talks and poster presentations are found here (pdf).