ESSc

Earth System Science is an interdisciplinary group set up to unite scientists working on the global evolution of the planet. The research is essentially focused on the physical environment of the Earth, its evolution through time, and the interactions between the biosphere and the geosphere.

The group carries out projects in a variety of themes such as global changes, climatology, hydrology, archeology, oceanography biogeochemistry, remote sensing and geophysics. The accent is on two scientific approaches: mathematical modeling and the use of isotopes and trace elements to document biogeochemical processes.

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01.03.2011 - GeoArcheology Workshop

"A digital future for our Past" on March 11, 2011, organized by the VUB Archeology and the Cyprus Institute

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More info: Philippe Claeys


16.02.2011 - PhD Position in Geo-Archeology

in the framework of the Marie Curie NARNIA network

Contact Profs Karin Nys and Philippe Claeys

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13.11.2010 - ULB/VUB Lecture Series in Earth System Science and the Environment

"On the possibility of ocean circulation flips in the Atlantic"

Prof. A. Levermann Potsdam Institute for Climate Impact Research & Physics Institute, Potsdam University, Germany

Time: Thursday 02/12/2010 between 1-2 pm

Place: VUB, Pleinlaan 2, 1050 Brussels - Campus Etterbeek, Building D, level 2, Promotiezaal (D2.01)

More info: Heiko Goelzer


12.11.2010 - 2nd Earth System Sciences Young Researcher Meeting, Thursday November 25, 2010, 1:30 PM, room D. 3.04 VUB

Contact Philippe Claeys

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25.07.2010 - Fall 2010: Postdoctoral Research Position Meteorites, to study samples recently collected near the Belgian base Princess Elisabeth in Antarctica.

Contact Philippe Claeys

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