The financing period for the International Centre for Geohazards (ICG) ends in 2012. In this conjunction ICG organized a symposium "Geohazards and Society" 29-30 November 2012 at NGI in Oslo. See the presentations here.
Nature, the journal ranked as the world's most cited interdisciplinary scientific journal, has recently published the ICG article; "Contrasting patterns of early twenty-first-century glacier mass change in the Himalayas".
Welcome to our Annual Report 2010. Here you can find out about our performance in 2010, our fields of research and our challenges for the future.
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Centre of Excellence program sponsored by
PhD students and postdocs may apply for the short- or long-term grants for study and research at ICG. Click here to see our full list of PhD students and postdocs.
The project for IUGS-UNESCO's International Geoscience Programme 511 will bring a world wide perspective of submarine mass movements and their consequences.
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SafeLand is a Large-scale integrating Collaborative research project funded by the The Seventh Framework Programme for research and technological development of the European Commission. The project belongs to Cooperation Theme 6 Environment. Go to the project webpage