1 Oct 2018

Vacant postdoc position: Modeling the impact of early plants on the Earth’s atmosphere

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

1 Sep 2018
23 Aug 2018

Tais gives keynote address, Nov 5 2018 @ GSA Indianapolis

Geological Society of America Annual Meeting 2018: Nov 7, 2018 – Wed 10:30 AM Tais W. Dahl EVIDENCE FOR THE GREAT MID-PALEOZOIC TRANSITION LINKED TO THE COLONIZATIONS OF LAND T117 session at GSA, Greenhouse to Icehouse Transition: Global Events of the Devonian, Carboniferous, and Early Permian,  in the Indiana Convention Center, Room 140.  Nov 4, […]

7 Aug 2018

Goldschmidt conference in Boston Aug 12–17 · our talks and sessions

Eva and Tais are presenting at this year’s Goldschmidt conference: 07j: 210, Wednesday @ 09:45 – 10:00 Ocean Redox Conditions between the Snowballs – Geochemical Constraints from Arena Formation, East Greenland Eva L. Scheller with Alex J. Dickson AJ, Donald E. Canfield, Christoph Korte, Kasper K. Kristiansen & Tais W. Dahl.   10l: 206, Wednesday @ 16:00 […]

7 Aug 2018

Tais speaks at the “Big Bang to Science conference”, Niels Bohr Institute

Tais will present “the earliest life” at the teachers’ conference “From Big Bang to Science” at the Niels Bohr Instiute  August 6, 2018: HCØ auditorium 3

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 […]

27 Feb 2018

Postdoc/asst prof. position in experimental isotope geochemistry

A 2- year postdoc/assistant professor position is available in our group from June 1, 2018 or as soon as possible thereafter.  The project is part of the research project “Oxygen and the rise of forests” funded by the Danish Council for Independent Research. The focus will be on using uranium isotopes to track the globally […]

18 Dec 2017

Nordic Winter Meeting January 2018 – 4 presentations

Our group will give several presentation at the Nordic Winter Meeting at DTU in Lyngby, Denmark Wednesday Jan 10, 2018 10.00-11.00 Student poster presentations Magnus A. R, Harding “Surface analyses of fossil leaves” Julius C. Havsteen “The Silurian Lau event – testing plant weathering as driver for ocean anoxia and animal extinction”   Thursday Jan 11, […]