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After over 35 years the Chinese Chang’E-3 mission is the first to visit and land on the lunar surface. CEED postdoc Zhiyong Xiao participates in the mission team, and the first results reveals a vivid geologic picture of the landing site.
A large international study - Global Land Ice Measurements from Space - shows that Earth’s glaciers are shrinking with only a few exceptions.
Researchers from Department of Geosciences had good luck when they captured on film the calving of Kronebreen. They added the soundtrack of the seismic recordings and made the film Seismic Sounds of Calving.
Andean Geotrail, Torres del Paine in Geo ExPro
Mar 27, 2015
Research fellows Olivier Galland and Caroline Sassier describes geotrail hightlights of the Andean Geotrail trip in the latest version of Geo ExPro. On the trip they visited (on bike) the national park Torres del Paine in Patagonia, Chile.
Price for presentation at IGS-2015 to PhD student
Mar 11, 2015
Glaciologists and other scientists and students from around the world met in Kathmandu in Nepal first week in March 2015 at the International Symposium on Glaciology in High Mountain Asia. PhD student Désirée Treichler from the Department of Geosciences attended the academic program, and received a prize for best student presentation for her presentation about hydrological consequences of glacier mass changes in high mountain Asia.
Trias North Fieldwork Campaign to Edgeøya and beyond
Feb 6, 2015
Eleven geologists set out from Longyearbyen on the evening of the fourth of August 2014. Their destination – the far eastern island of Egdeøya in the Svalbard archipelago. The team included a newly employed PhD and a PostDoc attached to the Trias North project, along with senior scientific staff and collaborative team-members from as far away as Italy and the USA. The tasks for the team were several on this fieldwork.