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Offshore wind energy has the largest CO2 mitigation potential of all ocean based renewable energy sources a new study from the High Level Panel for a Sustainable Ocean Economy finds
For many years, Dr Alicia Donnellan Barraclough has been working for sustainability, both in her personal time and through her career in ecology. In august, she received an e-mail from the UN.
The 22-23 October Entro is organizing a seminar on sustainable cities and buidings, and as this is an important issue in relation to renewable energy, we would like to spread the word. The seminar will be held in norwegian. Below is their own description of the seminar
In this talk, the speaker will introduce an approach to dealing with simulator imperfection from a point of view of functional approximation that can be implemented through a certain machine learning method, such as kernel-based learning.
The Norwegian node (EMBRC-NO) of the European Marine Biological Resource Centre (EMBRC) starts officially on Wednesday 4 September.
Camille Li is editor for the new open-access EGU publication.
Nora Loose disputerer fredag, 30.08.2019 for ph.d.-graden ved Universitetet i Bergen med avhandlingen: ”Adjoint Modeling and Observing System Design in the Subpolar North Atlantic”
Earlier this August Statsraad Lehmkuhl sailed to Arendal, combining the voyage with a climate and renewable energy conference in collaboration with the Bjerknes Centre
From the 21st August, you can use your student/employee card to access the library until 22:00 on weekdays and 08:00-20:00 on Saturdays and Sundays
UiB-GEO was boarding at ACC MOSBY on tuesday 13th of August from Tromsø to recover and redeploy three Ocean Bottom Seismometers (OBS).
En doktorgrad fra Institutt for informatikk gav Pål Grønås Drange stilling i Equinor. Etter to år har han avansert fra utvikler til fagleder. Det kan han takke doktorgraden for, mener han.
Climate simulation models include more and more processes – not only physical, but also biogeochemical cycles. Can single individuals keep an overview of the major factors governing climate change? Christoph Heinze has led a study that can help you. He presents the new article here.
Evaporation demands energy, condensation releases energy. Both can affect the development of midlatitude cyclones, often associated with clouds and rain. A new study addresses how evaporation of rain contributes to cyclone development. Lead author Kristine Flacké Haualand explains.
May 22 was an exciting day for students and staff at the Department of Biological Sciences, when the first Poster Symposium was arranged in Høyteknologisenteret.
The program for the fall 2019 is being planned as we speak, and we can already tell that a number of different topics will be addressed.

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