The sea level has been rising for decades. A study of tide gauge- and satellite data, show a sea level that accelerates fast.
The Hawaiian-Emperor volcanic island chain in the NW Pacific Ocean is well known for its peculiar 60° bend. This bend has been heavily debated for decades. Now researchers from UiO have a new theory.
A warming Arctic will give an extended growing season, and it has been believed that this increase uptake of CO2 in plants and an increased carbon sink. A new study suggest the “warmer spring, bigger sink” hypothesis may no longer hold.
ERC financed research
ERC Advanced research Grants:
- Beyond Plate Tectonics
- Global Glacier Mass Continuity (ICEMASS)
- Disequilibrium metamorphism of stressed lithosphere (DIME)
ERC Start up grant: LUSI Lab