Earth and Environment - Earth Sciences
Ethnic minority claimants living in rural areas of England are more likely to face sanctions when claiming Jobseeker's Allowance compared to their White counterparts. Academics from Cardiff University used Department of Work and Pensions (DWP) data to analyse the total number of sanction and referral decisions made in each local authority (LA) for different ethnic groups over a period of seven years.
Research team analyses organic material from the early Earth tracing its origin and composition.
Flaws in planning, design and construction processes that ignored established best practices were the root causes of most injuries and deaths in last
Study: Detection of Earthquake Infragravity and Tsunami Waves with Underwater Distributed Acoustic Sensing.
Researchers from Utrecht University have successfully simulated the collapse of the large-scale ocean circulation in the Atlantic Ocean using a complex climate model, revealing severe global climate repercussions with Europe bearing the brunt. They published their findings in the scientific journal Science Advances today.
For the first time, pollutants from burning fossil fuels have been found embedded in corals, offering scientists a potential new tool to track the hi
Researchers from the University of Cambridge and the British Antarctic Survey have uncovered the first direct evidence that the West Antarctic Ice She
A study led by astrobiologist Catherine Neish for Western University shows the subsurface ocean of Titan - the largest moon of Saturn - is most likely a non-habitable environment, meaning any hope of finding life in the icy world is dead in the water.
EXPERTS ADVISORY NOAA's Great Lakes Environmental Research Laboratory reported this week that Great Lakes ice coverage has reached a historic low. The report states that Great Lakes ice coverage was measured at 2.7% on Feb.
Climate changes usually happens over long periods of time, but during the last glacial period, extreme fluctuations in temperature occurred within just a few years. Researchers at the University of Basel have now been able to prove the phenomenon also occurred during the penultimate glacial period.
Exoplanets with a radius twice that of the Earth are rare. A team from MPIA, UNIGE and UNIBE has come up with new explanations.
A new study makes the case for asteroid strikes setting in motion global glaciation in the distant past.
Dr Adriana Dutkiewicz was inspired during a field trip to the Flinders Ranges to find out how volcanic activity turned our blue dot to an ice covered planet.
Prozessleiter/in Geologische Landesaufnahme Bundesamt für Landestopografie swisstopo, Wabern
PhD Position High-Resolution Modelling and Simulations of Low-carbon Geoenergy Applications Delft University of Technology
PhD Position Advanced Stochastic Seismic Inversion and Testing to Capture Variability of Damping Ratio in Soil for Accurate Site-response Analysis Delft University of Technology
PhD Position Nonlinear-dynamics-based Methodology for Improved Interpretation of Geotechnical Experimental Data for accurate Site-response Studies Delft University of Technology
Postdoc position in interdisciplinary environmental Göteborg University
CDD 24 mois - Chercheur junior en Océanographie physique (H/F) CNRS, Nantes
Ingénieur en instrumentation géophysique (H/F) CNRS, Paris
PostDoc Position (m/f/d, E 13 TV-L, 100%) Eberhard-Karls-Universität Tübingen
Universitätsprofessur für Physische Geographie mit Schwerpunkt Geomorphologie und Erdoberflächensysteme Besoldungsgruppe W3 oder vergleichbares Beschäftigungsve... Freie Universität Berlin
F THESE en cartographie géologique et hydraulique CNRS, Paris
Técnico de Imagen y Sonido Técnico de Redes y Sistemas Universidad Loyola, Córdoba
PhD Project in land-use behavior and geoinformatics University of Copenhagen
PDRA in satellite remote sounding and analysis of volcanic cloud University of Oxford
Post-doctorat en modélisation hydrogéologique H/F CNRS, Paris
Tenure Track Assistant Professor, Associate Professor or Full Professor in Geology at the Natural History Museum of Denmark University of Copenhagen
Sessional Lecturer 1 - ERS101H5F o Planet Earth University of Toronto
Links - Earth Sciences
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- French Geological Survey, BRGM
- Leibniz Institute for Regional Geography (IfL)
- Leibniz Institute for Baltic Sea Research (IOW)
- Federal Waterways Engineering and Research Institute (BAW)
- Bundesanstalt für Geowissenschaften und Rohstoffe (BGR)
- Zentrum für Geoinformationswesen der Bundeswehr
- Deutscher Wetterdienst (DWD)
- Federal Office of Meteorology and Climatology MeteoSwiss
- Nagra, National Cooperative for the Disposal of Radioactive Waste
- Federal Office of Topography swisstopo
- Hochschule Neubrandenburg - University of Applied Sciences
Historically low Great Lakes ice coverage: U-M experts available
Great Lakes ice: U-M experts available to discuss
'Valais is an ideal laboratory to study climate change impacts'
UBC experts on cold and extreme weather
Old times revived for climate adaptation
Let's talk about solutions
NASA's Juno to Get Close Look at Jupiter's Volcanic Moon Io on Dec. 30
Berkeley Lab Led Analysis Confirms California's Salton Sea Region to Be a Rich Domestic Lithium Resource
Analysis: Climate change: if warming approaches 2°C, a trickle of extinctions will become a flood
Relying too much on CO2 removal is 'likely inconsistent with international law'
An advocate of public space
CO2 out of thin air
Kei Otsuki appointed professor of International Development Studies
Three questions for the students selected for the Bougainville mission
Tristan van Leeuwen appointed as Professor of Computational Inverse Problems
EPA eliminates wetlands protections