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willem van der bilt

Willem van der Bilt tells you the story of finding the source of microscopic volcanic ash found on the bottom of a Svalbard lake. Tip: geochemical fingerprints!

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Breredning ved Folgefonna

Fog, wind, snow and sleet. Not so good for hiking, but perfect for a safety course at the Folgefonna glacier. Flip through the pictures!

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Fiskebåt med måker på det åpne havet

Ocean stress affects everything from the tiniest plants to the mightiest whales. But climate mitigation slows down the pace, a new study shows.

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Yiming Luo, portrait 2017, photo: Gudrun Sylte

The distrution of a radioactive Thorium isotope is important in multiple aspects of oceanograpy. In his new single author publication, Yiming Luo has revisited the issue on processes influencing the distribution in the water column. 

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Gruppebilde

After eight years of shaping a new generation of world class climate researchers, the Norwegian national Graduate School for Climate Research – better known as ResClim – had their last meeting. 

 

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Blåisen - del av Hardangerjøkulen. foto: Atle Nesje

How will future climate change affect our glaciers? By looking into the past 4000 years, a new study lead by Henning Åkesson at the Bjerknes Centre finds an ice cap in southern Norway to be ‘exceptionally sensitive’ to climate change.

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