Department of Earth Science

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Two billion year old rocks are providing information about a period of extreme carbon cycle disruption and the Great Oxidation Event – both critically important to our understanding of Earth’s geological and biological history.
Science article suggests evolution of Earth’s biology has been intrinsically linked with the evolution of its geology
The Norwegian Petroleum Directorate (NPD) and the University of Bergen have acquired samples from steep parts of the seabed on the Jan Mayen ridge between Norway and Iceland.
CGB researcher, Bjarte Hannisdal, is co-author of a paper that shows that long-term changes in the diversity of marine animals may have been linked to the earth's geological evolution over the last 500 million years.
The International Ocean Drilling Program (IODP) aims to discover vital information about our Earth System.
Maria Blinova defended her thesis for the PhD-degree Friday 18. November 2011.
Audun Libak defended his thesis for the PhD degree Thursday 17. November 2011.
Polar scientist and professor at Department of Earth Science, Yngve Kristoffersen is celebrated, November 4.
Friday 28. October 2011 Herbjørn Presthus Heggen defended his PhD-thesis at Department of Earth Science, University of Bergen
Friday 21. October 2011 Kristian Vasskog defended his PhD-thesis at Department of Earth Science
Our scientist-at-sea, PhD student Steffen Jorgensen, aboard the JOIDES Resolution has sent his fourth report.
Steffen Jorgensen, a PhD at CGB, will be literally at sea for two months this autumn aboard an international research cruise.
Alexander Minakov defended his PhD-thesis on Thursday 29. September 2011.
For two weeks at the end of summer 2011, three researchers from the Centre of Geobiology were involved in the testing of NIVA’s new lander system.
It was quite different from "everyday life" says researcher Antje Gittel.
CGB researcher Nicola McLoughlin was a co-author of the introduction to the latest issue of Astrobiology.