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.
This issue of Review of Survey Activities, edited by A.A. Garde and Ole Bennike, presents a selection of 17 papers reflecting the wide range of activities currently performed by the Geological Survey of Denmark and Greenland, commonly in collaboration with external partners.
Topics in and around Denmark include the important Danish potential for geothermal energy, a shale gas study, securing seismic exploration data from the North Sea for the public, new information on Cretaceous-Palaeogene chalk and limestone, the importance of GEUS' Jupiter database for the national monitoring of groundwater resources, study of nitrate runoff into streams from agricultural fields, as well as high-precision mapping of contaminated landfill sites and location of sinkholes using digital elevation maps.
Activities in Greenland are represented by a study of potential gold mineralisation sites in South-East Greenland using advanced statistical methods, delineation of potential petroleum reservoirs in the Nuussuaq Basin using modern hand-held photogrammetry and geophysical logging, and monitoring of the Greenland ice sheet including a new study around Camp Century. A final historical paper celebrates the pioneer Danish geophysicist Inge Lehmann and discusses political issues in connection with the installation of the first seismographs in Denmark and Greenland.
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Geological Survey of Denmark and Greenland Bulletin: Scientific, internationally reviewed papers based on research results from Denmark, Greenland, the Faroe Islands and off-shore areas, as well as other countries where the Survey works. The Bulletin is currently published with three annual issues, including Review of Survey activities which contains a number of concise, 4-page contributions about selected research activities. All articles in the Bulletin series can be downloaded on: Geological Survey of Denmark and Greenland Bulletin