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Deep sea drilling project to explore history of climate change

29 January 2016

Professor Ian Hall leads expedition to study impact of one of the world’s strongest ocean currents on global climate change

Landslide

New collaboration to study after effects of major earthquakes

14 December 2015

A new NERC-funded collaboration will further our understanding of how communities recover from landslides associated with large earthquakes.

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Scientists probe ‘mystery of the Moho’

2 December 2015

Prof Chris MacLeod leads team on a cruise to the Indian Ocean to drill into the Earth’s interior

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Tropical fossil forests unearthed in Arctic Norway

19 November 2015

New discovery could be the cause of a massive reduction in atmospheric CO2 levels hundreds of millions of years ago

Gold bars in a row

Mining gold from sewage

18 November 2015

University study uncovers a goldmine in Britain’s sewer systems

EGU Outstanding Young Scientist Award

12 November 2015

Åke Fagereng given Outstanding Young Scientist Award by EGU

Ice sheet-ocean interaction

4 November 2015

Reconstruction of past ice-sheet-ocean interactions

Avalanche

Past earthquakes play a role in future landslides

3 November 2015

University-led research could help predict areas susceptible to devastating landslides

Paleoclimatology summer school

28 October 2015

Highlights from the Urbino Summer School in Paleoclimatology

Best undergraduate dissertation

28 October 2015

Holly Welsby, marine geography graduate, wins 2015 best dissertation prize