News from the Earth Sciences
- 2015 Careers Fair - 29th January
- Geophysics Price Medal awarded to Prof Brodholt
- World's Biggest Landslide Floated Like a Hovercraft
- Arctic sea ice level recovery in 2014
- NERC funded PhD Opportunities
- MSci students join international research project in Chile.
- Science meets Theatre to talk about Climate
- Festival of Geology 2014
- ESA High Level Science Policy Advisory Committee
- The Neftex Earth Model Award:
- Co-evolution of Life and the Planet Conference
- Marvellous maps
- NERC Grant: The Seismic Cycle
- Sustainable Resource Development
- Fresher's Induction Week
- International Carbon Conference 2014
- TomCaT Job Opportunity
- Deep Carbon Summer School
- Alpha & Lomonosov Ridge Expedition 2014
- Oxygen burrowed away
- 2014 Sino-UK Summer School
- Nordic Noir: Secrets of the Ash.
- Micropaleontology - special edition.
- Senior Promotions
- Reef built by animals 550 million years ago discovered.
- Prof Ron Cohen receives international award
- IRDR Annual Conference
- Crises at Calderas.
- Facing the Floods
- Marine ice regulates the future stability of a large Antarctic ice shelf.
- Seasonal Arctic summer ice extent still hard to forecast.
- First animals oxygenated Earth's oceans
- Arctic Research
Nordic Noir: Secrets of the Ash.
4 August 2014
Listen to Dr Richard Wall discuss the use of geological information to set the scene for modern crime novels on the Nordic Noir Book Club podcast.
Dr Richard Wall of Aon Benfield UCL Hazard Centre (ABUHC), UCL Earth Sciences, joins the Nordic Noir Book Club to discuss the use of geological and (literary) historical information to set the scene for modern crime novels.
The ABUHC centre is Europe’s leading multidisciplinary academic hazard research centre, which focuses on geological and meteorological hazards, seasonal forecasting and disaster studies and management.