The WeThaw team participates to the Arctic week in Paris to explain the advances of the project to a broader audience, and to meet with the French scientific network INPEC (Interdisciplinary Network on Permafrost Ecosystems).
Returned from Alaska, the WeThaw team present the permafrost core samples and explain their first observations (press release on RTBF after fieldwork).
Four members of the WeThaw team are going to Alaska for three weeks at the end of August 2019 to sample permafrost at maximum thaw depth of the active layer. Press release about the mission of the WeThaw project in Alaska : Television (RTL 13h, RTL 19h, RTBF 13h, TVcom), Radio (RTBF, Vivacité Journal, Vivacité Read more about August 2019 – The WeThaw team is going to Alaska[…]
L’association scientifique des géologues de Belgique, dénommée Geologica Belgica, a décidé d’honorer les géologues cartographes ayant œuvré dans le cadre du PROGRAMME DE RÉVISION DE LA CARTE GÉOLOGIQUE DE WALLONIE. La Médaille Van den Broeck est décernée annuellement à un ou une scientifique ayant eu un impact primordial sur les sciences géologiques en Belgique. En 2019, Read more about Octobre 2019 – Médaille Van den Broeck 2019 de Geologica Belgica[…]
Charles Vander Linden will defend his thesis on September 23rd about “Rainfall and land use control Si cycling in wet tropical Andosols”
Maria Gabriela RUIZ HINOJOSA has defended her PhD thesis on March 19th about “Processes of induration in pyroclastic deposits: the case of Cangahua, Ecuador”
On Thursday 7th March, walk for the climate in Louvain-la-Neuve with a large participation of scientists together with the students from high schools, and interview from lab members by RTL and on TV.
Highlight on a Woman in the Arctic, Catherine Hirst from the WeThaw project, on the International Day of Women and Girls in Science (11th February)
You are a bioengineer or a scientist and you want to learn more about the functioning of terrestrial environment? You are a climatologist and you want to learn more about glacial terrestrial environments? You are a chemist and you want to learn how stable isotopes can trace environmental processes? You have an interest in anthropogenic Read more about January 2018 – Symposium “Non-traditional stable isotopes in glacial and non-glacial environments”[…]
On Thursday 13th December at 13h, Pr. Meiyan Liang from the China University of Geosciences will give a seminar about “Reevaluate grain size effect on geochemical indices of loess-paleosol studies in China since Miocene” (room B240,Croix du Sud, de Serres, 2nd floor). Dr. Meiyan Liang has joined the research group ELIE/SOLS as an academic visitor for one Read more about December 2018 – Seminar of Pr. Meiyan Liang[…]