• GEUS upgrades its research efforts with new professors

    Learn more about the research efforts with new professors that will contribute to the solving of some of the biggest climate, energy and environmental challenges of our times

  • New evidence for a record-sized, record-old meteorite crater in West Greenland

    The results of a new study can make a big difference in the geoscientific method presently used to identify old crater structures deep in the Earth’s crust.

  • New online portal

    Data from 2D and 3D seismic surveys and deep wells are now freely accessible on new subsurface portal

  • The Greenland Ice Sheet has receded 27 years in a row

    The Greenland Ice Sheet has shrunk by approximately 200 gigatons, shows resultats from the monitoring programmes PROMCE and GC-Net.

  • Great potential for critical raw materials in Greenland

    The Center for Minerals and Materials (MiMa) at GEUS has just published a report which assesses the potential for critical raw materials in Greenland.

  • The Greenland Ice Sheet more fragile than expected

    Greenland was predominantly green only 416,000 years ago, shows new study of recovered Camp Century published in Science.


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