Geoengineering is one the key climate mitigation strategies, and even though humanity will need to cut down greenhouse hase emissions, several geoengineering mitigation strategies may develop into billion dollar businesses in the coming decades… Tais W. Dahl will be lecturing at this year’s Climate-KIC PhD course in Copenhagen on Friday July 5th.
Julius C. Havsteen, MSc Thesis DefenseCalibrating the d238U paleoredox proxy, using calcitic brachiopods, across the late Silurian Lau eventSupervisors: Tais W. Dahl, IGNExternal examiner: Niels Schovsbo, GEUS Geological Museum, Auditorium. Wednesday February 20, 2019 at 10–11. Øster Voldgade 5–7, 1350 Copenhagen K, Denmark
Dr. Feifei Zhang joins our group to study ocean oxygenation at the globally integrated scale at the time when forests appeared on Earth. Feifei received his PhD in summer 2018 from Arizona State University, where he was trained in Prof. Ariel Anbar’s laboratory. He will be working on metal isotopes in marine carbonates with novel […]
On Jan 2, 2019 Dr. rer. nat Susanne Arens will join the Dahl Lab. With her strong expertise in numerical Earth system modeling, Susanne will quantify the impact of early colonization of land plants on Earth’s atmospheric composition. Susanne did her doctoral degree at the Max Planck Institute of Biogeochemistry in Jena, Germany, with Prof. […]
A major reorganization at the NHM of Denmark is take to place from Jan 1, 2019 that will split museum research and teaching from curation and outreach. This will forever change the connection between research and society within the natural sciences. Due to budget pressure, the Faculty of Science has decided to merge the Natural History […]
PhD student Álvaro Del Rey and MSc Julius Havsteen participated in the Uranium Biogeochemistry Conference in Ascona (Switzerland). Results from Julius’ thesis were presented at the poster session Wednesday afternoon, which put forward new constraints on the global oxygenation state of the Late Silurian ocean and discuss the use of brachiopods instead of bulk carbonate samples […]
A postdoc position is now open in modeling the impact of Early Plants on atmospheric O2 and CO2 levels. We are looking for dedicated researchers with a track record of scientific excellence and publications, who apply numerical models to understand the global Earth system. See the description here and apply via the link: https://jobportal.ku.dk/videnskabelige-stillinger/?show=148133