- Coring in Lyby Mosse
- History is talking
- Beautiful Österlen, beautiful Alum Shale
- A look at Scandivanadium’s work plan
- Sustainable mining – fiction or reality?
- Study visit to Potsdam
- Brachiopods are not bivalves
- Stepperiders revisted
- Obsessed by the Swedish Alum Shale
- A question to Scandivanadium
- Mining and the Alum Shale in focus
- Dig up or recycle?
- New course starts Monday!
- Metals versus organics
- Mining and exploration in focus on Swedish Television
Tag Archives: crater lakes
A few days ago, I gave a lecture to undergraduate students in geology at Chulalongkorn University. I chose the title ‘Lakes and wetlands tell an important story’ since the focus of our Asian monsoon project is on lakes and wetlands … Continue reading
This year’s participation in the annual meeting of the European Geoscience Union will be tough! All our eight abstracts have been accepted, and this means a lot of work. Of course we still don’t know which of these will be … Continue reading
Last week we opened two of our Myanmar sediment sequences, described the sediments and sub-sampled one sequence. The first preliminary analyses will be made in January/February and will give us a good idea of where to focus further investigations. It … Continue reading
After a three-hour drive we were back in Mandalay, the holy and magical city with its many temples, monasteries and myriad of people, cars and motorbikes. We had a couple of hours before our flight left and used the time … Continue reading
How shall we manage to get all our samples out of the country and into Thailand? This question has been on my mind for several days now. My first worry, some days ago, was about the equipment and the permission … Continue reading
Everyday two or three master students join our little expedition. They help carry the equipment, join us out on the lakes for coring, filter the water samples, assist in sub-sampling and help packing everything up again. The students are so … Continue reading