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News on Geophysics 2013

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Ice and Climate participates with a newly developed drilling system in the Antarctic project

09 December 2013

Ice and Climate participates with a newly developed drilling system in the Antarctic projectA completely new drilling system will give faster, easier and cheaper access to good climate data. Through 1 1/2 years of intensive work the Center for Ice and Climate has further developed the equipment to the legendary HT-drill

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Centre people to Antarctic

05 December 2013

Centre people to AntarcticIn the beginning of December 2013 three scientists from the Centre for Ice and Climate fly to the Antarctic. First stop is the coastal station, Casey, where they are to spend well over a week with the final preparations before they by a small

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Congratulations to Myriam Guillevic

21 November 2013

Congratulations to Myriam GuillevicCongratulations to Myriam Guillevic from Centre for Ice and Climate who succesfully defended his PhD thesis on Wednesday, November 20, 2013.
 

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Arctic exhibition at Louisiana Museum of Modern Art

28 October 2013

Arctic exhibition at Louisiana Museum of Modern ArtSnow and ice, darkness and northern lights, beauty, silence, strife and storm. Louisiana heads straight north to a region of magnetic lure. In themes ranging from the sublime to conquest and myth, this spectacular Arctic quest takes you

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In memory of Henrik B. Clausen

29 August 2013

In memory of Henrik B. ClausenAsoc. prof., Henrik Brink Clausen died 23rd August 2013 at the age of 76 years. He participated in a great number of expeditions among others to Greenland and Antarctica. In recognition of his contribution to research he received the

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Congratulations to Christopher Stowasser

28 June 2013

Congratulations to Christopher StowasserCongratulations to Christopher Stowasser from Centre for Ice and Climate, who succesfully defended his PhD Thesis thursday, June 27, 2013.
 

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Rounded stones on Mars evidence of flowing water

30 May 2013

Observations by NASA's Mars rover Curiosity have revealed areas with gravel and pebbles that are characteristic of a former riverbed. Researchers, including members of the Niels Bohr Institute, have analysed their...

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Today's global warming follows more than 1000 years of colder climates

22 April 2013

A new international study of past climate shows that the global temperature was getting colder and colder for more than 1000 years until the year 1900, after which global warming raised the temperature significantly in just...

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Significant contribution to sea-level rise

20 March 2013

Significant contribution to sea-level riseGlaciers at the edge of Greenland which are not connected to its huge ice sheet, or can be clearly separated from it, are contributing to sea-level rise much more than previously thought.

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More hurricane surges in the future

18 March 2013

How many extreme storm surges like that from Hurricane Katrina, which hit the U.S. coast in 2005, will there be as a result of global warming? New research from the Niels Bohr Institute show that there will be a tenfold increase

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