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  • cell1 Upside-down erosion by mantle plumes 15. jan. 2020 07:53

    CEED Director Prof. Carmen Gaina has worked with colleagues to reveal how Africa is being carved from below with a new paper in Nature Communications.

    Read more about this exciting study over on the CEED Blog!

  • old-tree-rings-photo-joshua--bostic-750px Verdens verste år? 3. jan. 2020 15:06

    Historiske kilder beskriver kulde og tåke over Europa, Midt-Østen, deler av Asia. De norrøne sagaene forteller om Fimbulvinteren (den mektige vinteren) og at Fenrisulven hadde slukt sola. Hva skjedde året 536? Det tverrfaglige UiO-forskerteamet i VIKINGS vil finne ut om det kjølige klimaet gav uro, folkevandring og vikingtokt. Les mer i A-magasinet.

  • sara-callegaro-300 Sara Callegaro brings a new Young Research Talent project to CEED 23. des. 2019 09:57

    Sara Callegaro is granted a "Young Research Talents" project from NFR (the Research Council of Norway). The research project title is MAPLES: Magma Plays with Sedimentary Rocks - Element exchange between magma, sedimentary host-rocks and environment.

  • fissure Siberian Traps eruptions - even bigger than thought 13. des. 2019 01:51
  • dry-valleys CEED participates in the SENECA expedition to Antarctica's Dry Valleys 6. des. 2019 11:03

    Leaving today, 6th of December, Adriano Mazzini a researcher from GEO/CEED/UIO will be part of the 35th Italian expedition to the Dry Valleys of Antartica. Permafrost in the Dry Valleys store huge amounts of greenhouse gasses.