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Available MSc theses at the Department of Geosciences

Do you not find a thesis you like? You can also make contact with the programme option coordinator and ask for an opportunity to get a tailored thesis within a subject, or a current issue that you are interested in.

You cannot start working on a Master's thesis before you have formally been admitted to the master's programme in Geosciences or CS: Geoscience, or have made a separate agreement with the Student administration.

The page will be updated with the new programme options in January 2023. 

Title Published Supervisor(s)
Should we continue assuming that hazard classes are static in zones prone to quick clay landslides? (learning from the 2020 Gjerdrum landslide) Nov. 14, 2022
Statistisk analyse mellom nedbørsfeltegenskaper og vanndyp for norske vassdrag Nov. 1, 2022
Statistisk analyse mellom nedbørsfeltegenskaper og vanndyp for norske vassdrag Nov. 1, 2022
Sea ice as a lid: does the suppression of INP emissions change the microphysics of mixed-phase clouds in the Arctic? Oct. 27, 2022
Testing ocean geostrophic turbulence theories with shipboard measurements Oct. 21, 2022
Quantifying fluid mixing by machine learning Oct. 17, 2022
Modeling Serpentinization Driven Fracturing in the Oman Ophiolite Oct. 17, 2022
River discharge extremes in Norway simulated using a distributed hydrologic model Oct. 10, 2022
The potential flood retention capacity of old waterways in Skjåk, Innlandet County, Norway Oct. 10, 2022
Statistical modelling of floods Oct. 6, 2022
Statistical modelling of floods Oct. 6, 2022
Changing characteristics of hydrological extremes in Zambezi River Basin and southern Africa under climate change Oct. 5, 2022
Risk based flood forecasting Oct. 5, 2022
Risk based flood forecasting Oct. 5, 2022
Changes and trends in hydrometeorological variables across Afghanistan – combining global datasets and local observations Oct. 3, 2022
Examining where ML models in glaciology go wrong: An application in glacier instabilities Oct. 3, 2022
Examining where ML models in glaciology go wrong: An application in glacier instabilities Oct. 3, 2022
Using Machine Learning to classify hydroacoustic events in a large acoustic database from the Indian Ocean Oct. 3, 2022
Using Machine Learning to classify hydroacoustic events in a large acoustic database from the Indian Ocean Oct. 3, 2022
Detecting earthquakes from the high atmosphere using machine learning Sep. 26, 2022
Geochemical investigation of AMD generation under oxic and suboxic conditions Sep. 22, 2022
Self-heating in acid-producing alum shale Sep. 22, 2022
Shear deformation and stability of marine clays Sep. 22, 2022
Shear deformation and stability of marine clays Sep. 22, 2022
Uncertainty quantification of geomechanical data for CO2 containment risk assessment Sep. 20, 2022