Welcome to GeoWednesday and the talk "Arctic Ecosystems: The Thin Green Line Between the Soil and the Atmosphere" by Frans-Jan Parmentier.
In these times of coronary pandemic, many of us likely miss the opportunity to meet colleagues face-to-face to discuss academic issues and research collaboration. We are therefore pleased to announce that the Norwegian Environmental Chemistry Symposium (NECS-2020) will be held as planned on 14-16. September at Hotel Alexandra in Loen. For further information, see the website www.envirochem.no
In this weeks lunch seminar, we will have the pleasure to listen to a presentation by Sebastian Westermann about his canoe expedition in Canada.
Mark your calendars and come to this years OsloLifeScience event!
An introduction to CLM and FATES
You-Ren Wang will present his ongoing work on carbon uptake in forests.
Come and listen to two interesting lectures from our guests from China.
Nicolas Valiente Parra will talk about extreme environments in Spain.
Sebastian Westermann will talk about sampling biogeochemical parameters using canoes in Canada.
Prof. Tim Lenton from the University of Exeter will give an exciting talk about earth system feedbacks, sequential selection and much more.
Mark your calendars!
If you want to learn more about the carbon cycle in the Anthropocene come to the "Forskningstorget" 2019 in Oslo
Come to the CBA lunch seminar to plan our "forskningstorget" presence!
Join the CBA lunch seminar, where Alexander Håland will present his research!
Join the 2nd CBA lunch seminar, where Dag Hessen will present his research!
Join us to celebrate our Centre for Biogeochemistry in the Anthropocene together with the UiO science library.
Come to the 1st CBA lunch seminar after the easter holiday!
We are happy to have Stefan Bertilsson from Uppsala University talk about his work on "The biology of mercury methylation in the boreal landscape”. Join us in Bikuben on the 10.4.2019 at 14:15!
How do we link carbon and climate feedbacks to social feedbacks and environmental humanities? Dag O. Hessen talks on Biogeochemistry in the Anthropocene.
Ella Thoen at the Department of Biosciences will be defending the thesis: "Functional versatility and diversity in the plant root mycobiome" for the degree of PhD.