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Sedimentological analyses of Cretaceous and Danian pelagic carbonates, marls and shales in the North Sea (drill core description and scanning electron microscopy). Kresten Anderskouv, ka@ign.ku.dk

Reservoir characterization of Cretaceous and Danian pelagic carbonates, marls and shales in the North Sea (porosity, permeability, wireline log data).
Kresten Anderskouv, ka@ign.ku.dk

Sedimentology and stratigraphy of the latest Danian carbonates (København Limestone) in the greater Copenhagen area. Kresten Anderskouv, ka@ign.ku.dk and Morten Bjerager (GEUS).

Integrated seismic and sedimentological analysis of the Chalk Group in the North Sea. Kresten Anderskouv, ka@ign.ku.dk and Lars Ole Boldreel.

Integrated stratigraphy and sedimentology of Cretaceous carbonate successions. Nicolas Thibault and Kresten Anderskouv, ka@ign.ku.dk

Outcrop studies of Cretaceous and Danian carbonates in the Danish, North German, or Kristianstad Basins. Kresten Anderskouv, ka@ign.ku.dk


Kresten Anderskouv
ka@ign.ku.dk

Cyclostratigraphy and astronomical climate change

  • Early Cretaceous of the North Sea
  • Early Jurassic Paris Basin
  • Ordovician – Silurian of Baltica
  • Late Cretaceous chalk

Micropaleontology of calcareous nannofossils (coccoliths and other affiliated forms): paleoecology, biostratigraphy, evolution, size changes

  • Late Triassic of the Alps
  • Early Jurassic of the Boreal realm
  • Kimmeridgian-Berriasian (Volgian) of the Farsund Formation
  • Early Cretaceous (Tuxen and Sola Formations)
  • Late Cretaceous chalk

Carbon isotope stratigraphy and environmental changes: bulk or fine-fraction stable isotopes + geochemistry of major and trace elements

  • Late Campanian-Maastrichtian chalk of Denmark (Stevns-1, Stevns-2, Rørdal, Skæslskør)
  • The middle Cenomanian Event in the North Sea

Til toppenNicolas Thibault
nt@ign.ku.dk

Geological evolution of the off shore Faroe Island and NE Atlantic Ocean during the Tertiary

Tectonic and glacial tectonic development in the shallow subsurface.

Stoneage settlement with related paleo coastlines and shipwreck location beneath seafloor


Lars Ole BoldreelTil toppen
lob@ign.ku.dk

Marginal alluvial fan - sand sea deposits, Permian, Arran, UK.

Terminal fluvial systems, Lower Triassic, Arran, UK.

Fluvial - lacustrine deposits, Upper Triassic, Bornholm.

Fluvial deposits, Lower Cretaceous Rabekke Formation, Bornholm.

Coastal dune deposits along rocky shorelines, Pleistocene, Mallorca


Lars B. Clemmensen Til toppenlarsc@ign.ku.dk

Trilobite systematics and palaeoecology
(Cambro-Ordovician, Baltica)

Trilobite biostratigraphy

Trilobite biometrics

Shale geochemistry (in cooperation with external supervisors)

Shale sedimentology

Revision of taxa from the Sirius Passet Lagerstätte, northern Greenland (lower Cambrian)

Log stratigraphy of lower Palaeozoic successions in drill holes in southern Scandinavia

Other fossil groups can be treated in cooperation with external supervisors (e.g. foraminifera, dinoflagellates, ammonites, dinosaur tracks etc.)


Arne Thorshøj NielsenTil toppen
arnet@ign.ku.dk

Various studies of environmental, climate and oceanographic changes in different periods of the Phanerozoic identified by stable isotopes such as:

  • Cambrian-Ordovician
  • Permian-Triassic boundary
  • Triassic
  • Triassic-Jurassic boundary
  • Jurassic

Christoph KorteTil toppen
korte@ign.ku.dk

Lab physiology experiments with primitive plants – understanding plant-earth evolution

Geochemistry, sedimentology, and paleoenvironmental implications of (black) shales (drill core or outcrop)

Modelling the evolution of oceanic redox conditions in the Earth System •Exploring the sedimentology and ichnofacies of shoreface sediments (drill core or outcrop)

Source rocks –analysis and how they form (drill core or outcrop) •Chemical and physical properties of ancient upwelling systems •Modelling sequence stratigraphy and basin evolution


Christian J. BjerrumTil toppen
cjb@ign.ku.dk

Early Earth Geomicrobiology: Carbon isotope fractionation by Fe-cycling bacteria and their role on ancient Earth

Microbe-plastic interactions: the influence of microbial life in plastic seas

Nicole PosthTil toppen
nrep@ign.ku.dk