- Geophysical characterization of late-Quaternary glaciofluvial complex and glacial stratigraphy in the Satakunta sandstone area, Köyliö, southwest Finland. 2021
- Analysis of 220 Years of Floodplain Population Dynamics in the US at Different Spatial Scales. 2021
- Isotopic analysis of potassium by total evaporation and incipient emission thermal ionisation mass spectrometry. 2021
- Measurement report: Spatial variations in ionic chemistry and water-stable isotopes in the snowpack on glaciers across Svalbard during the 2015-2016 snow accumulation season. 2021
Coming theses and licentiate seminars
Gabriele Messori forskar om extremväder
Uppsala University has one of the most comprehensive academic departments of Earth Sciences in Europe, according to international assessments. Its unique width in education and research, and its extensive global fieldwork, contribute to our knowledge about the properties, systems and development of planet Earth.
Centers and Networks
The Department of Earth Sciences collaborates with many actors, both within and outside the University of Uppsala. Among them are the Centre for Sustainable Development, a collaboration with SLU to promote research and education in sustainable development, Centre for Natural Disaster Science which is a national resource center for natural disasters and the Swedish National Seismic Network which collects seismological data from earthquakes on behalf of the government.
Zennström visiting professorship
The ten-year visiting professorship in Climate Change Leadership, which involves a new professor being invited every year or two, is placed at Uppsala Centre for Sustainable Development (CSD). The professorship is being funded with a donation by the entrepreneur Niklas Zennström to Uppsala University.