Seventy percent of the current infrastructure in the Arctic in the next 30 years has a high potential to be affected by thawing permafrost, according to a new study. This despite if the climate change targets of the Paris Agreement is meet.
A research group launches a new theory and model of processes that gave volcanic activity simultaneously on both sides of Greenland and the North Atlantic 60 million years ago.
How can we use aerial photos of glaciers from the 1930s to obtain new and exact information about the Earth's changing climate? That is one of the main questions Luc Girod looked into in his doctoral thesis.
ERC financed research
ERC Advanced Grants:
- Beyond Plate Tectonics
- Global Glacier Mass Continuity (ICEMASS)
- Disequilibrium metamorphism of stressed lithosphere (DIME)
ERC Starting Grant: