News from CAGE

08/09/2014

Members of Norwegian Parliament visit CAGE

Several members of the Norwegian Parliament attended a local government conference in Tromsø this weekend. They took the opportunity to visit CAGE .

Text and photo: Maja Sojtaric

 

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27/08/2014

Using ship, aircraft in search for methane emissions

The amount of methane in the atmosphere is increasing. Is the seabed one of the sources for the greenhouse gas? To answer this question, CAGE is measuring methane from ocean to atmosphere, using some truly cool gadgets.

Text: Maja Sojtaric  Feature photo: Stefan Buenz

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20/08/2014

Research Vessel Sonne Christened by Angela Merkel

German Chancellor Angela Merkel christened a brand new research vessel in July. In attendance was CAGE director, Professor Jürgen Mienert, who is a member of the advisory board for the ship. Text: Maja Sojtaric Photo: Jürgen Mienert − RV Sonne will be used for […] » read more

29/04/2014

The changing Arctic

  CAGE scientists took part in the 2014 European Geosciences Union (EGU)  in Vienna, Austria, where more than ten thousand scientists from all over the world gathered during one week, presenting their ideas and discussing important topics. One of the topics, the […] » read more

28/04/2014

Ocean warming release methane from gas hydrates

Sunil Vadakkepuliyambatta recently defended his doctoral thesis entitled: “Sub-seabed fluid-flow systems and gas hydrates of the SW Barents Sea and North Sea margins” The aim of the study was to improve the understanding and overview of gas leakage systems and gas hydrates […] » read more

28/04/2014

Natural Gas Hydrate Systems Gordon Research Conference

Natural Gas Hydrate Systems Gordon Research Conference was held on March 23-28, 2014 in Galveston, Texas. The focus of the meeting was current major topics in hydrate systems including earth science and engineering aspects of methane hydrate production, hydrates in and under […] » read more

11/12/2013

CAGE researchers clarify the Arctic’s role in global climate during the Pliocene

The relation between the Arctic and global warming has attracted public awareness over the past years. To really understand the future challenge of climate change we need to understand the climate of the past. CAGE researchers have contributed to a recent publication in Earth and Planetary Science Letters which presents new knowledge of the Arctic climate in the Pliocene. […] » Read more