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27 July 2017
New Scanning Electron Microscope for improved mineralogical analyses on its way to GEUS
GEUS has acquired a ZEISS Sigma 300VP Field Emission Scanning Electron Microscope, and we can now offer to make automated mineralogy analyses on entire thin sections or polished mounts relevant for mining and exploration as well as investigations of reservoirs (oil & gas and geothermal energy).
12 July 2017
Bulletin 38: Review of Survey activities 2016 (RoSa)
Geological Survey of Denmark and Greenland Bulletin 38 is now available on www.geus.dk and the printed version will be available in print by mid August. The price for the 76 pages long printed version is DKK 200 excluding VAT and postage.
20 June 2017
First Camp Century Climate Monitoring Programme expedition
This summer, Geological Survey of Denmark and Greenland (GEUS) will undertake an expedition to Camp Century planned for July 12 to August 9 to initiate the Camp Century Climate Monitoring Programme established by the Danish Government in agreement with the Greenland Government.
15 June 2017
Knowledge about our resources - Annual Report 2016
Knowledge about our resources is the title of GEUS 'Annual Report 2016, which has just been published with information about activities within the working areas: data, water, energy, minerals, nature and climate.
23 May 2017
Improving the occupational situation for African small-scale mining
A new training programme is to improve the living conditions and the profits for the many Africans whose livelihood is based on digging out minerals.
11 April 2017
EU-tender: Purchase of a Field Emission Gun Scanning Electron Microscope 2017-047231
EUTS 2017/S 071-134374
6 April 2017
Renewed geological cooperation between Vietnam and Denmark
A new research project to pave the way for increased Vietnamese-Danish cooperation within energy and mineral resources and marine geology.
6 April 2017
Review of potential resources for critical minerals in Greenland
A new report from Center for Minerals and Materials at Geological Survey of Denmark and Greenland (GEUS) presents a review of the Greenland potential resources for undiscovered deposits of critical minerals.
3 February 2017
Biostratigraphic correlation of the margins of the Labrador-Baffin Seaway - Bulletin 37
Biostratigraphic correlation of the western and eastern margins of the Labrador-Baffin Seaway and implications for the regional geology by Henrik Nhr-Hansen, Graham L. Williams & Robert A. Fensome.
30. January 2017
New geological service shall deliver knowledge on energy, raw materials and groundwater to Europe
The geological survey organisations in Europe have started the development of a new geological service for Europe, which brings together the European knowledge on energy, raw materials and groundwater and make it available on a common data platform.
11. January 2017
Danish Water Forum, Annual meeting January 30th 2017
GEUS co-organizes Danish Water Forum's 11th annual meeting, where a number of research and innovation projects related to water will be presented; also projects affiliated to GEUS.
22. Dec. 2016
Palynomorphs from the Labrador-Baffin Seaway - Bulletin 36
Cretaceous and Cenozoic dinoflagellate cysts and other palynomorphs from the western and eastern margins of the Labrador-Baffin Seaway by Robert A. Fensome, Henrik Nhr-Hansen & Graham L. Williams.
22. Dec. 2016
New board of directors for GEUS
The Danish Minister for Energy, Utilities and Climate, Lars Chr. Lilleholt, has appointed a new board of directors for the Geological Survey of Denmark and Greenland (GEUS). The board will accede on 1 January 2017, with the appointment period ending on 31 December 2020.
22. Dec. 2016
Fractures in the Danish clay soils cause detections of pesticide residues in groundwater.
Results from the Danish Pesticide Leaching Assessment Programme (PLAP) show that clay till soils are more vulnerable to leaching of pesticide residues compared to sandy soils.
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