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For 56 mill years ago the climate on Earth changed rapidly and the temperature increased at least 5 degrees. Scientists are now closer to understand the climate change, called PETM, and why it lasted so long. The answer might be eruptions of methane gas from craters offshore Norway.
A Danish-Norwegian research team re-processed aerial photos into DEM-models. The new data extends the precise geometric record of Greenland glacier margins to the late 1970s and 80s.
UiO and GEOMAR researchers reconstructs global cooling in the reign of the Roman emperor Justinian. Ice-cores and data about sulfate flux reveils the pasts climate disasters.
- Call for proposals for the Ivar Giæver Visiting Fellowship Program Oct. 19, 2016
- Best Hydrology Research article 2014-2016 Sep. 8, 2016
- Award-winning research Sep. 5, 2016
- Expedition Arctic Ocean 2016; Grace Shephard explaining the sediment coring in the Arctic Ocean Oct. 1, 2016 10:46 AM
- The End of Ice; Exploring a Himalayan glacier Apr. 1, 2016 09:46 AM
- Pulsating glaciers of Svalbard behave differently Feb. 2, 2016 03:52 PM