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  • oslo-red-507px The Oslo and the Valle meteorites are now "official" classified and registered Sep. 24, 2020 3:09 PM

    The two most recent Norwegian meteorites, “Oslo” and “Valle”, are now officially classified and registered in the international meteoritical database. Only now, the scientific community consider it real although it fall felt for some Oslo citizens real since quite a while.

  • bellwald_etal_natcomm_mediasummary1 New sedimentary glaciation processes revealed Sep. 16, 2020 11:27 AM

    Out this week, a new study published in Nature Communications by Bellwald et al. (2020) and including CEED Adjunct Professor Sverre Planke.

  • postcardsfromceed2020-01 Postcards from CEED Sep. 15, 2020 7:16 AM

    Each summer CEEDlings submit a photo for the annual #PostcardsfromCEED which are posted on social media. Below is a compilation of the 2020 edition.

  • svalbard-massedod-samlet-400px Svalbard avslører jordas største massedød Sep. 11, 2020 11:34 AM

    Ein ny forskingsartikkel av forskarar frå Institutt frå geofag og Museum für Naturkunde, Berlin m.fl. publisert i Nature Geoscience, kastar ljos over kva som kan ha skjedd ved den største av dei fem kjente masseutryddingane på jorda. Henrik Svensen er intervjua om denne studien i forskning.no.

  • permian-triassic-boundary-outcropping-in-deltadalen-svalbard-507px. Mass extinctions – Lessons from the past Aug. 17, 2020 5:00 PM

    A new study led by Dr. Martin Schobben (Museum für Naturkunde, Berlin), with co-authors from the Dept. for Geosciences (UiO), describes the causal chains between environmental changes and mass extinction at the Permian-Triassic boundary about 252 million years ago. From this study, scientists can get a glimpse of what might happen to biodiversity under the predicted global warming in the near future. New publication in Nature Geoscience.

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  • 15oslo The Oslo and the Valle meteorites are now "official" classified and registered Sep. 24, 2020 3:25 PM

    The two most recent Norwegian meteorites, “Oslo” and “Valle”, are now officially classified and registered in the international meteoritical database. Only now, the scientific community consider it real although it fall felt for some Oslo citizens real since quite a while.

  • andreia-plaza-faverola_headshot_torger-gryta_350px The winner of the Else-Ragnhild Neumann award for Women in Geosciences for 2019 Nov. 25, 2019 2:19 PM

    Friday 22. Nov. was the Else-Ragnhild Neumann Award for Women in Geosciences awarded for the second time. The award goes to a woman who through her Ph.D. or postdoctoral work has made a significant contribution to geoscientific research. The award is presented by CEED and the Dept. of Geosciences, UiO, and it was Andreia Plaza-Faverola, UiT, who became the award winner for 2019.

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