Mastereksamener - Side 5

Assessment of the water quality in an urban environment. A case study from Torshovdalen (Oslo, Norway)

Tid og sted: 11. feb. 2019 13:0013:30, Room 1.211 (The Wegener room), ZEB-building, University of Oslo

Observation of PKP phases in Queen Maud Land, Antarctica

Tid og sted: 31. jan. 2019 13:0013:30, Room 114 (Skolestua), Geology building, University of Oslo

Recurring Jøkulhlaups From Koppangsbreen, Norway

Tid og sted: 22. jan. 2019 09:3010:00, Room 114 (Skolestua), Geology building, University of Oslo

Tectono-sedimentary history of the Forlandsundet Graben

Tid og sted: 12. des. 2018 13:1513:45, Mellomrommet (room 102), Geology building, University of Oslo

Source and reservoir rocks characterization of the Ling Depression, Central North Sea

Tid og sted: 15. nov. 2018 11:0011:30, Skolestua (room 114), Geology building, University of Oslo

Impact of fish farming on the benthic community and the natural condition

Tid og sted: 6. nov. 2018 13:0013:30, MetOs common area, CIENS, Oslo Science Park

Predicting Net surface Radiation for Alpine Surface Types Using Linear Models and Artificial Neural Networks

Tid og sted: 28. sep. 2018 13:0013:30, Skolestua (room 114), Geology building, University of Oslo

CO2 trapping in the Smeaheia reservoir - time mass estimation using geochemical models

Tid og sted: 26. sep. 2018 13:0013:30, Hagen 4, CIENS, Oslo Science Park

Upstream of a land-falling Atmospheric River: Its moisture sources and assimilated observation influences on Norway

Tid og sted: 20. sep. 2018 10:0010:30, Skolestua (room 114), Geology building, University of Oslo

A re-evaluation of the age and significance of lamprophyre dikes of Orkney, Scotland

Tid og sted: 18. sep. 2018 15:0015:30, Hagen 4, Oslo Science Park

Importance of meteorology on dispersion of air pollution in the surface layer. The use of modeled and observed meteorology in dispersion models

Tid og sted: 18. sep. 2018 13:0013:30, Hagen 4, Oslo Science Park

Analysis of urban meteorological data. Comparison of local measurements and a numerical mesoscale model under the aspect of local air quality modeling.

Tid og sted: 10. sep. 2018 13:0013:30, Skolestua (room 114), Geology building, University of Oslo

High precision U/Pb dating of the Hoy Volcanic Member and its implications

Tid og sted: 30. aug. 2018 11:0011:30, Aud. 1, Geology building, University of Oslo

Temporal changes of the benthic environmental conditions in a subarctic fjord with aquaculture activity - A geochemical and micropaleontological study

Tid og sted: 24. aug. 2018 12:4513:15, Skolestua (room 114), Geology building, University of Oslo

Debris avalanches in Norway - A quantitative analysis of terrain parameteres in source areas for debris avalanches

Tid og sted: 20. aug. 2018 12:1512:45, Room 219 (Valhall), Geology building, University of Oslo

Effect of the DEMs resolution on landslide runout models

Transient modelling of permafrost distribution in Iceland

Tid og sted: 14. aug. 2018 13:0013:30, Seminar room 219 (Vallhall), Geology building, University of Oslo

Model Based Snow Cover Analysis Regarding the Avalanches in Longyearbyen 2015 and 2017

The impact of Atmospheric River events in preserved stable water isotope signature in the snow pack in Finse, Southern Norway

Tid og sted: 10. juli 2018 10:0010:30, Open area MetOs, CIENS, Oslo Science Park

The Christmas Storm 2016: Comparing Snow Observations and the Operational Forecast Model MEPS

Tid og sted: 28. juni 2018 13:0013:30, Room 102 (Mellomrommet), Geology building, University of Oslo

A detailed structural investigation of the Alke Structure, SW Hammerfest Basin - geometry, timing and genesis

Tid og sted: 27. juni 2018 13:0013:30, Room 102 (Mellomrommet), Geology building, University of Oslo

The Structural Development of the Vestbakken Volcanic Province, Western Barents Sea. Relation Between Faults and Folds

Tid og sted: 26. juni 2018 13:1513:45, Room 102 (Mellomrommet), Geology building, University of Oslo

The Neoproterozoic Valdres Group at Grønsennknippa, Vestre Slidre; Field observations and laboratory-analyses

Tid og sted: 26. juni 2018 10:1510:45, Room 102 (Mellomrommet), Geology building, University of Oslo

The Valdres Group at Grønsennknippa, Vestre Slidre. Field observations and sediment-petrographical analysis

Tid og sted: 25. juni 2018 13:0013:30, Aud. 2, Geology building, University of Oslo

Impacts of Human Interventions on the Water Cycle and its Extremes in Europe

Tid og sted: 25. juni 2018 10:0010:30, Seminar room 219 (Valhall), Geology building, University of Oslo

A Mineralogical and Geochemical Description of Potentially Acid-producing Gneisses from the Lillesand Area - Implications for Leaching Behaviour

Tid og sted: 22. juni 2018 13:1513:45, Seminar room 219 (Valhall), Geology building, University of Oslo

Distribution of trace elements among coexisting minerals in agpaitic nepheline syenites in the Pilanesberg Complex, South Africa

Tid og sted: 22. juni 2018 13:0013:30, Glasshallen 2, CIENS, Oslo Science Park

Two-layer ocean flow over a bump topography

Tid og sted: 22. juni 2018 10:0010:30, Aud. 2, Geology building, University of Oslo

Sand tectonics - sand mobility linked to faulting and the influence on depositional systems

Landslide magnitude-frequency analysis to better define warning criteria for warning levels in Sogn og Fjordane, Norway

Tid og sted: 22. juni 2018 09:3010:00, Seminar room 219 (Valhall), Geology building, University of Oslo

The age and origin of the youngest felsic plutons in the Oslo-Rift.

Tid og sted: 21. juni 2018 14:0014:30, Lunchroom, Natural History Museum Økern, Kabelgata 38

The distribution and enrichment of scandium in garnets from the Tørdal pegmatites, and its economic implications

Investigating noise attenuation by slope-preserving filtering

Tid og sted: 21. juni 2018 09:0009:30, Seminar room 219 (Valhall), Geology building, University of Oslo

Reservoir Characterization of the Realgrunnen Subgroup in Wells 7124/3-1, 7220/7-2S and 7324/9-1 in SW Barents Sea - Reservoir quality in the Triassic-Jurassic transition

Tid og sted: 20. juni 2018 14:0014:30, Room 1.211 (Wegener room), ZEB-building, University of Oslo

Ambient noise tomography at the Oseberg oil and gas field, North sea

Fault style and deformation mechanisms caused by sand mobility in the Entrada Sandstone and Curtis Formation, Utah, USA

Tid og sted: 20. juni 2018 10:0010:30, Room 1.211 (Wegener room), ZEB-building, University of Oslo

Identification of Landslide-Generated Seismic Signals Recorded at Permanent Seismological Stations in Norway

Tid og sted: 19. juni 2018 13:1513:45, Room 114 (Skolestua), Geology building, University of Oslo

Reservoir characterization of the Triassic-Jurassic succession of the Bjørnøyrenna Fault Complex, Norwegian Barents Sea. Examples from Isfjell, Kramsnø, Nunatak and Skrugard Discoveries.

Tid og sted: 19. juni 2018 13:0013:30, Glasshallen 2, CIENS, Oslo Science Park

Potential Implications of Lichen Cover for the Surface Energy Balance: Implementing Lichen as a new Plant Functional Type in the Community Land Model (CLM4.5)

Tid og sted: 19. juni 2018 13:0013:30, Seminar room 219 (Valhall), Geology building, University of Oslo

Analyse av risikoområder for flomskred i elvevifter ved hjelp av mønsterbasert landformsklassifikasjon

Tid og sted: 19. juni 2018 11:1511:45, Aud. 2, Geology building, University of Oslo

Reservoir quality evaluation of the Jurassic successions of the Bjørnøyrenna Fault complex, Norwegian Barents Sea. Examples from Havis, Iskrystall, Skavl and Drivis discoveries.

Tid og sted: 19. juni 2018 10:0010:30, Meeting room RIO, CICERO, 4th floor, Oslo Science Park

The Scaling, Efficacy, and Timescales of Precipitation Change: A comparison between CO2 and CH4 perturbations using CESM CAM4

Active rock glaciers at sea level? - a case study of Ivarsfjord rock glacier in Finnmark, Northern Norway

Tid og sted: 18. juni 2018 13:0013:30, Seminar room 219 (Valhall), Geology building, University of Oslo

Filtrering og Analyse av Kartverkets Tilgjengelighetsdatabase (FAKT)

Tid og sted: 18. juni 2018 10:0010:30, Room 219 (Valhall), Geology building, University of Oslo

Mapping and quantification of extension and vertical displacements in the inner Oslofjord

Etablering og bruk av tilgjengelighetsindikatorer i det norske jordbrukslandskapet

Tid og sted: 15. juni 2018 13:0013:30, Seminar room 219 (Valhall), Geology building, University of Oslo

Facies-controlled reservoir quality and preferential deformation in sandstone reservoirs; a case study from the Entrada Sandstone, Utah, USA

The complexity of regional erosion; incision, faulting, and deposition during the development of the J-3 unconformity, Utah, USA

Tid og sted: 14. juni 2018 10:0010:30, Room 219 (Valhall), Geology building, University of Oslo

Uncertainties of Simulating Rockfalls and Debris Flows Using RAMMS

Tid og sted: 13. juni 2018 10:1510:45, Room 219 (Valhall), Geology building, University of Oslo

Depositional Environments of the Lower Cretaceous Nalwehe Formation of Mandawa Basin, Southern Coastal Tanzania. A study based on mineralogical- and petrographical Analysis