A new study by researchers from University of Colorado in Boulder, the Geological Survey of Denmark and Greenland (GEUS), the Danish Meteorological Institute (D..
Now the petroleum industry and research institutions can get easy access to provenance data from onshore and offshore Greenland, Faroe Islands, Norway and neigh..
From climate change and sea-level rise to energy, provenance studies and landslide mapping: No matter where your interests lie, you can be sure to find interest..
GEUS led expeditions have helped locate and recover a missing piece of the A380-800 airplane engine from the Air France Flight 66 that passed over Greenland on..
Not all Danish cities will experience the same amount of sea-level rise this century, shows new study. Esbjerg will be more exposed to extreme flooding events t..
Greenland glaciers have lost vast areas of ice in the past 19 years. This is despite a recent period of growth at some locations.
Read some of the latest research from the Geological Survey of Denmark and Greenland in our peer-reviewed, open access journal: Accessible to everyone and free..
New study shows the iceberg calving from the Greenlandic glaciers has increased with almost 20 percent since 1986. The data and code from the research is access..
GEUS has been awarded the European Commission’s distinction, HR Excellence in Research, for our efforts to ensure good working conditions and career possibiliti..
Scientists from GEUS, University of Manchester and Queen’s University Belfast have established a connection between the flow dynamics of the Greenland ice sheet..