Department of Geological Sciences
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In this section you will find information about our department and its history. You will also find contact details to staff and functions.
From the Department of Geology and Mineralogy in 1881 to the Department of Geological Sciences in 2010.
Here you will find contacts who can give you answers to your questions.
Knowledge and research are in focus.
From state-of-the-art rock, sediment and geochemical instrumentation to sophisticated imaging and geophysical mapping tools.
Evaluation of risks in connection with various activities .
Environmental action plan, reports and travel statistics for IGV.
Terms of employment, Policy documents, lab safety, Security & emergency and much more.
The Climate Festival is free and open to everyone throughout Sweden, but pre-registration is required.
The Antarctic ice sheet was even more unstable in the past than previously thought, and at times possibly came close to collapse, new research suggests.
Helen Coxall, working with the Bolin Centre and international collaborators have this week launched the Miocene Temperature Portal
by Eleonor Ryberg: Temporal scale changes in species distributions in boreal peatlands (south-central Sweden
Mid-Holocene mineral dust deposition in raised
bogs in southern Sweden
To commemorate this anniversary a meeting will be held in Uppsala 17–19 August 2021.