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DEEP offers 24 - 28 September 2018 the intensive PhD course in planetary physics and global tectonics.
August 3 - 10 2018 the Norwegian research school DEEP offers an intensive course on Arctic tectonics, volcanism and climate in Svalbard. Carmen Gaina (CEED), Kim Senger (UNIS), Owen Anfinson (Sonoma State), Andrew Schaeffer (U.Ottawa) and Danny Stockli (U.Texas) are among the lecturers.
April 16 - 20 in spring semester 2018 the Norwegian research school DEEP offers an intensive PhD course of 5 ECTS credits on Solid Earth - Fluid Earth Interactions in Oslo.
University of Tromsø offers the intensive course GEO-8131 Deformation processes (5 ECTS credits)
Registration deadline for the course is: 1 December 2017.
November 6 - 10 2017 the Norwegian research school DEEP offers an intensive course on the composition and evolution of the lithosphere and asthenosphere in Oslo with Valerie Maupin as lecturer.
September 11 - 15 2017 the Norwegian research school DEEP offers an intensive course on large igneous provinces and their environmental impacts in Oslo. Henrik Svensen, Trond Torsvik and Hope Jahren are among the lecturers.
May 8-13 Reidar Trønnes offers his 5 ECTS intensive course Deep Earth and Planetary Mineralogy and Dynamics at CEED in Oslo.
The main objective of the course is to give students a comprehensive overview of the Earth magnetism at the present time (geomagnetism) and in the geologic past (paleomagnetism), including its applications for reconstructing the paleogeography through geologic time, which lays down the essential foundation for our understanding of the evolution and dynamics of the Earth at planetary scale.
Plate Tectonics operate by localizing deformation at plate boundaries on all scales. In order to understand and model plate tectonics, we need to understand the fundamental processes of deformation operating in the Earth. It is the objective of this course to teach these processes and how they are manifested in rocks. The course will use examples from experiments and natural occurrences and will illustrate their use in a more quantitative study of rock deformation.
The course will give an introduction to the physics and tectonic processes that govern the properties and evolution of the Earth and other planets.