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2015

Seibert Award

Gina Moseley was one of the recipients of this year´s Dr. Otto Seibert award of the University of Innsbruck.

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Greenland creative essay on BBC Radio

Gina Moseley was invited by the UK's BBC Radio 3 to be a part of their Northern Lights-Cornerstones series.

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New PhD student in our group

Katee Wendt, who did her Master´s in Minnesota, will work on the Devils Hole project starting October 1. Welcome to the team!

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Caving at 80.4 degrees North

Gina Moseley led a small expedition to caves on Kronprins Christian Land to explore some of the northernmost caves on this planet.

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Monitoring isotopes online in caves

In collaboration with Thermo Fisher Scientific we recently installed a laser-based spectrometer in Spannagel Cave to record isotopic changes in cave air carbon dioxide.

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Refining the age of a giant landslide

The largest prehistoric landslide in the Central Alps, at Köfels in the Ötz Valley, was recently re-dated to within 30 years uncertainty.

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A new climate record from the Pyrenees

A new study highlights the role of the Atlantic overturning circulation in hydrology changes affecting Iberia.

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AGAQ 2015

This years´s meeting of the Working Group on the Quaternary of the Alpine Foreland (AGAQ) was held at Kolsassberg and organised by people from our group.

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