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The Niels Bohr Institute, Ice and ClimateJuliane Maries Vej 302100 København Ø
Rockefeller, 01-03-316Phone: +45 353-20556Phone (Reception desk): +45 353-20551Mobile: +45 22894537E-mail:
Reconstruction of climate records from ice cores and borehole data. Ice flow models to date ice cores. Continuum mechanical properties of anisotropic ice. Ice in the solar system. The history and evolution of the Greenland Ice Sheet.
My research is strongly connected to the research projects I lead:
The Centre of Excellence for Ice and Climate uses ice core data to gain knowledge on the climate in past warm climate periods, especially the Eemian period 130.000 years to 115.000 years before present. The European Union Framework 7 program Past4Future I coordinate combines the ice core records with paleaorecords fro other sources in order to reconstruct the climate of warm periods in our past. The newly granted ERC program WATERundertheICE uses radio echo sounding data together with ice flow models to map the water under the ice and understand the waters impact on the evolution of the Greenland Ice Sheet. Our research group leads the NEEM deep drilling project on the Greenland Ice Sheet with the purpose of drilling ice from the past warm climate periods. See our home pages www.iceandclimate.dk , www.past4future.eu and www.neem.ku.dk