15: DEEP Newsletter (April 2019)


DEEP intensive courses Autumn 2019:

Earth Magnetism and Paleogeography -> Apply within 1 May 2019

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), with the main focus on applications for reconstructions of paleogeography, which lays down the foundation for our understanding of the evolution and dynamics of the Earth at the planetary scale.

Lithosphere and Asthenosphere: Composition and Evolution - Apply within 1 September 2019

This course deals with the composition and evolution of the crust, lithospheric mantle and asthenosphere. Seismic imaging techniques and interpretation of tomographic images in terms of composition and physical properties will be coupled with recent results in petrology, geochemistry and geodynamical modelling to review recent advances in our understanding of the evolution and present state of the continental as well as oceanic lithosphere.


Published Apr. 4, 2019 3:25 PM

Since many of us will go to the EGU in week 15 there is a golden opportunity for DEEP members, associates and collaborators to meet and get to know each other.

Published Apr. 4, 2019 2:32 PM

As a PhD student you have limited courses to attend that are specifically designed to fit your interests, your project and the skills that you need to complete your PhD. With DEEP courses on demand you can apply to get the course you need covered. The fist call is 15 May 2019.

Published Apr. 4, 2019 2:01 PM

DEEP congratulates former DEEP PhD members having finalized and successfully defended their theses.

DEEP members and general assembly key note speakers at Sommarøy.
Published Apr. 4, 2019 11:51 AM

The 3rd DEEP general assembly took place in March 2019 in beautiful Tromsø and Sommarøy. This was an excellent arena for the 40 participants to meet and discuss cutting-edge research ideas and methods in the field of dynamics and evolution of the earth and planets.

Published Jan. 25, 2019 11:06 AM

Necking to distal domain transition in the offshore mid-Norway; an analogue for the complex western South Atlantic passive margin. Exploration and development Latin-American symposium, Bogotá, Colombia