Aarhus University Seal / Aarhus Universitets segl

CURRENT

News

The pink diamonds indicate sediment samples taken along the planned route of the Nord Stream 2 gas pipeline, north of Bornholm in the Baltic Sea, by scientists from Aarhus University. (Photo: Orbicon)

2019.09.25 |

Scientists deem CWA threat at Nord Stream 2 negligible

The sea bed around the new Nord Stream 2 pipe line has been surveyed for the environmental risks posed by Chemical Warfare Agents (CWA) dumped in the sea at the end of WW2. The results show the threat to be negligible according to a scientific report from DCE – Danish Centre for Environment and Energy.

Over the next three years, the researchers will strategically supplement the open source DNA sequence library for marine seabed animals from the North Sea. The database will remain accessible even after the GEANS project ends. (Photo: GEANS).

2019.05.20 |

Mapping North Sea bottom-dwellers via automated DNA-recognition

A new DNA library of life in the North Sea is the aim of new Interreg research project GEANS.

Pollutants in the inventory include carbon dioxide (CO2), nitrous oxide (N2O), methane (CH4), sulphur dioxide (SO2) and many more. (Photo: Colourbox)

2019.03.20 |

Danish emission inventory for industrial processes till 2016

The new sector report regarding emission inventory for industrial processes up till 2016 has been published. The report contains inventories of industrial pollutants and is compiled by scientists at DCE – Danish Centre for Environment and Energy.

The national study has been done for particle emissions across both rural, urban and suburban sites all over Denmark. (Photo: Colourbox)

2019.03.20 |

The Particle Project 2017-2018

Particle emissions across rural, urban and suburban sites in Denmark have been measured and the results gathered in a new Particle Project report by scientists from DCE – Danish Centre for Environment and Energy.

Environmental monitoring using eDNA has the potential to be faster, easier and more accurate than currently existing and more traditional monitoring techniques. (Photo: Colourbox)

2019.03.14 |

eDNA - The new environmental monitoring technique

Environmental DNA, also known as eDNA, is a new technique being used for environmental monitoring. It is to replace the existing, more traditional monitoring techniques as it is both faster, easier and more accurate than its predecessors according to a report from DCE - Danish Centre for Environment and Energy.

Events

No articles found in this list