• Documentary film brings you along when scientists melt holes in the Greenland Ice Sheet

    In a new documentary, you can see researchers testing whether a very hot metal rod can provide unique insight into the bottom of the Greenland Ice Sheet and ultimately improve our ability to predict sea-level rise.

  • Geocenter Danmark receives DKK 20 million from the A.P. Moller Foundation

    A grant from the A.P. Moller Foundation means that Geocenter Denmark will be able to collect seismic data and acquire knowledge about the subsoil for use in the green transition and education.

  • New stratigraphy of the volcanic rocks of West Greenland fills ‘black hole’ in geological knowledge

    The new stratigraphy of the volcanic succession on Svartenhuk Halvø establishes a connection to the southernly volcanic areas.

  • New geological maps of West Greenland

    GEUS has just published three new geological maps of the Karrat Group and Rinkian Orogen in central West Greenland in scale 1:100,000.

  • It's not only the Greenland Ice Sheet melting

    The melting of Greenland's many peripheral glaciers have been measured and especially the northernmost glaciers show extreme changes in melt rate. 

  • Greenland ice sheet rainfall unravelled

    Atmospheric rivers of heat brought historic rain to the Greenland ice sheet in August 2021 - GEUS researchers were there to monitor the following effects on the ice  

  • Greenland's geothermal heat flow mapped

    The geothermal heat flow in Greenland is lower than previously estimated, according to new in-situ measurement database and heat flow model. 

  • Explore over a century of geological research from Denmark and Greenland

    2,500 articles, monographs, reports and map descriptions dating back to 1890 have been made available online, open access for all to read at geusjournals.org.


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