Interview with Louise Steffensen Schmidt (The Nansen Legacy), Postdoc at the Dept. of Geosciences, University of Oslo. Recently, she presented her research work in the lecture: Variability in glacier meltwater runoff to the Barents Sea, at the 3rd Nansen Legacy annual meeting, 10-12 Nov. 2020.
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The European Space Agency (ESA) have formally adopted Ariel, the first mission dedicated to study the nature, formation and evolution of exoplanets. Ariel is a space telescope planned for launch in 2029. Professor Stephanie Werner at CEED and GEO have been Co-PI in the Ariel Consortium, and is excited.
Colours are often used in figures, diagrams and maps in natural science to show results and data. But choose the right combination of colours so that they not distort your figures. So how do you pick the right colour and colour scale? Get some help from scientists who are specially interested in colour scales, modeling and visualization of science.
In a tent in minus 17 degrees in the Bolivian high mountain plateau, Altiplano, a desert that looks like a painting by Salvador Dalí, the world's largest salt flat. These are just some of the experiences Olivier Galland and Caroline Sassier write about in GEO ExPro from their journey by bike along the mighty landscape of the Andes in South America.
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.