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4 Jun 2018

1.2 Mkr from the Danish Research Agency (DFF) to study the impact of land plants

The DFF-ERC programme has awarded 1.2 Mkr to a project, entitled: PlantImpact – Linking mesocosm experiments to global biogeochemical models. The project will open 1 postdoc position beginning in the fall 2018. We are seeking candidates with at least one strong peer-reviewed publication and experience with theoretical modeling. A background in plant ecology is helpful and […]

28 May 2018

Tenure seminar: Tais W. Dahl

The final step in the evaluation of Tenure Track assistant professors involves a seminar at the institute. In this respect, Tais will give a presentation on June 18th, 13:30–16:00 in the Auditorium of the Geological Museum, Øster Voldgade 5-7, 1350 Copenhagen K. Tenure Seminar Part 1 (13.30–14.15) is aimed at the non-specialists, who are interested […]

28 Feb 2018

Publication: Animals set the direction for Earth’s carbon cycle

In a new paper led by Richard Boyle, we show that the emergence of animal ecosystems – and more specifically the animal burrowing and sediment mixing – acted to dampen the magnitude and duration of instabilities in the Earth’s long term carbon cycle. The paper is published in Geobiology.  Read the Rich’s comment on the […]