The source of the world’s largest mud eruption is found
Dec. 11, 2017 11:01 AM
Indonesia, May 2006 - Several mud eruptions started in the North East of Java Island. Villages were burried and people were forced to flee. The most active eruption called Lusi is still active and scientist now link this to a nearby volcanic system.
The mind-bending mystery of the Hawaiian-Emperor Bend
June 28, 2017 9:39 PM
The Hawaiian-Emperor volcanic island chain in the NW Pacific Ocean is well known for its peculiar 60° bend. This bend has been heavily debated for decades. Researchers from University of Oslo, GFZ Potsdam, and Utrecht University now definitely demonstrate that to form the observed bend requires an abrupt change in the motion of the Pacific tectonic plate, while southward drift of the mantle plume that has sourced the chain since ~80 Ma is required to explain its entire 2000 km length.
Audun Skaugen will defend his PhD thesis
Oct. 26, 2018 10:15 AM
Trial lecture: Do the Navier-Stokes equations allow for the emergence of singular flow structures in a finite amount of time? (10:15)
Dissertation: A unified perspective on two-dimensional quantum turbulence and plasticity (14:15)
Trial lecture: Pingchuan Tan
Oct. 29, 2018 9:15 AM
Doctoral candidate Pingchuan Tan at the Department of Geosciences will give a trial lecture on the given topic: Pros and Cons of a deep mantle plume involved in the breakup of the North Atlantic
Disputation: Pingchuan Tan
Oct. 29, 2018 12:15 PM
Pingchuan Tan at the Department of Geosciences will be defending his dissertation: Magmatic development of the Jan Mayen - East Greenland area, NE Atlantic