- Millions of euros to interdisciplinary research around extreme weather 2020-06-01
- Seismic data through 3D-technique 2020-05-27
- SubCity: future imaginaries of the city subsurface 2020-05-19
- Valentin Troll in National Geographic Channel 2020-05-14
- CNDS perspectives on the Coronavirus pandemic 2020-05-13
- The students´ experience of online teaching 2020-05-06
Doctoral thesis: Seismic investigations and physical property studies of natural resources in Scandinavia. Efficient exploration of groundwater and mineral resources.
Webinar: The two faces of vulcanoes
Licentiate Defense: Mechanisms controlling air-sea gas exchange in the Baltic Sea
Doctoral thesis. Source analysis of multiplet earthquakes (two case studies in Iran)
Are you interested in our planet, its evolution through time, the environment and a sustainable future? At the Department of Earth Sciences you learn about the processes and events that have built and continue to shape the conditions of Earth. Using this as a point of departure for understanding the complex world we live in, and how we effect it, is one of the great challenges of mankind.
Our research ranges from the Earth's core to the atmosphere, from microscopic minerals and fossils to the formation of mountains and oceans, and in time from the formation of the Earth up to the processes currently reshaping the planet. We map the development of Earth and life over billions of years and study the relationship between the atmosphere and the oceans with regard to climate change and sustainable development.