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The Steno Medal awarded by the Geological Society of Denmark

The Geological Society of Denmark was founded in 1893 to promote interest in geology and to establish a forum for geologists and others with interest for geology.

The Society arranges meetings with lectures and discussions, arranges excursions, and publishes two publication series – one international: The Bulletin of the Geological Society of Denmark, and one local in Danish: Geologisk Tidsskrift.

Futhermore, the Society awards the Steno medal and administers the Danish Geology prize and other funds.

The Society has approximately 600 members.


Geological society of Denmark in collaboration with Danish Technical Universty is hosting Nordic Geological Winter Meeting 2018 !
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NGWM 2018 just around the corner

The 33rd Nordic Geological Winter Meeting is just around the corner with the opening plenary in just 8 days. For all the practical information please check out the website to see how you get to the conference center in Lyngby, where to register and much more. If you arrive Tuesday and are staying in Copenhagen… Læs videre/Read more
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The Poster Schedule for Nordic Geological Winter Meeting 2018 is now available

Are you presenting a poster at the 33rd Nordic Geological Winter Meeting or are you just curius to see what posters there will be? The list is now published. All the posters will be present throughout the conference. The posters in the competition for the Best Student Poster Award (shown by green in the schedule)… Læs videre/Read more
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The complete Scientific Programme for Nordic Geological Winter Meeting 2018 is now available

Have you been curious as to what the programme looks like for the 33rd NGWM ? Well we have it public now, so go check it out !  
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Maersk is now sponsoring NGWM

With just a month left before the Nordic Geological Winter Meeting is on we are happy to announce Maersk as Diamond Sponsor !
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Preliminary Overview programme for NGWM 2018 is now online

While we are still playing around with the last details for the 33rd Nordic Geological Winter Meeting programme the preliminary outline is now available on our website !
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New sponsors for NGWM 2018

While we’re busy finalizing the programme we have received two new sponsors ! The Geological Survey of Denmark as Quartz Sponsor and Greenland & Beta Analytic as Ruby Sponsor. We have three categories for sponsorships: Diamond: 50.000 DKK. (Main sponsor, booth, 5 participants registered for the conference, logo on all official slides, programmes and website)… Læs videre/Read more
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New sponsor to the NGWM 2018

It’s Friday and almost weekend and good time to announce that we have another sponsor for the Nordic Geological Winter Meeting 2018: ROCKWOOL ! Would you like to sponsor as well ? Then go see the Sponsorships-tab here. 
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New Article in the Bulletin

A new myriacanthid holocephalian from the Early Jurassic of Denmark. Duffin, C.J. & Milàn, J. 2017. A new myriacanthid holocephalian from the Early Jurassic of Denmark. © 2017 by Bulletin of the Geological Society of Denmark, Vol. 65, pp. 161–170. ISSN 2245-7070. (www.2dgf/publikationer/bulletin). Abstract A new myriacanthid holocephalian is described from the Hasle Formation (probably… Læs videre/Read more
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New sponsor for the NGWM 2018 – CAMECA

The society is very delighted to announce that CAMECA Science & Metrology Solutions is our newest sponsor for the Nordic Geological Winter Meeting 2018.  Would you like to sponsor as well ? Then go see the Sponsorships-tab here.   
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Another sponsor for the NGWM 2018

The society is very delighted to announce that the Geological Survey of Finland, GTK, is our newest sponsor for the Nordic Geological Winter Meeting 2018.  Would you like to sponsor as well ? Then go see the Sponsorships-tab here. 
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Two new articles in the Bulletin

Voss, P.H., Gregersen. S., Dahl-Jensen, T. & Larsen, T.B. 10-31-2017. Recent earthquakes in Denmark are felt over as large areas as earthquakes of similar magnitudes in the Fennoscandian Shield and East European Platform. Loydell, D.K., Walasek, N., Schovsbo, N.H. & Nielsen, A.T. 10-31-2017. Graptolite biostratigraphy of the lower Silurian of the Sommerodde-1 core, Bornholm, Denmark.
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Deadline tomorrow for nomination of The Nordic Geoscientist Award

The Nordic Geoscientist Award will be presented every second year in connection with the Nordic Winter Meeting. The Award will be granted to a Nordic geoscientist who has, in the course of his/her career, been strongly involved in the society around us, as well as in specific fields in the geosciences. All members of the… Læs videre/Read more
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First sponsor to NGWM2018 !

We are so delighted to announce our first sponsor for the Nordic Geological Winter Meeting 2018: Thermo Fisher Scientific !  
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Abstract submission deadline is this Sunday

CALL FOR ABSTRACTS Deadline is this Sunday ! The Geological Society of Denmark and the Technical University of Denmark (DTU) is pleased to invite you to present your work at the 33rd Nordic Geological Winter Meeting. The conference will be held at the Technical University of Denmark (DTU), Lyngby, Copenhagen on the 10-12th of January 2018. The… Læs videre/Read more
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Nordic Geoscientist Award 2018 – Call for nominations

Nordic Geoscientist Award 2018- CALL FOR NOMINATIONS The Nordic Geoscientist Award will be presented every second year in connection with the Nordic Winter Meeting. The Award will be granted to a Nordic geoscientist who has, in the course of his/her career, been strongly involved in the society around us, as well as in specific fields in… Læs videre/Read more
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New article in the Bulletin

Surlyk, F., Bjerager. M., Piasecki. S. & Stemmerik, L. 09-25-2017. Stratigraphy of the marine Lower Triassic succession at Kap Stosch, Hold with Hope, North-East Greenland. © 2017 by Bulletin of the Geological Society of Denmark, Vol. 65, pp. 87–123. ISSN 2245-7070. (www.2dgf.dk/publikationer/bulletin).  
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New article in the Bulletin

The ongoing search for the oldest rock on the Danish island of Bornholm: new U-Pb zircon ages for a quartzrich xenolith and country rock from the Svaneke Granite Waight, T.E., Serre, S.H., Næsby, S.H. & Thomsen, T.B. 2017. The ongoing search for the oldest rock on the Danish island of Bornholm: new U-Pb zircon ages… Læs videre/Read more
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Nordic Geological Winter Meeting – CALL FOR ABSTRACTS

The Geological Society of Denmark and the Technical University of Denmark (DTU) is pleased to invite you to present your work at the 33rd Nordic Geological Winter Meeting. The conference will be held at the Technical University of Denmark (DTU), Lyngby, Copenhagen on the 10-12th of January 2018. The event is organized jointly by the Geological… Læs videre/Read more
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New article in the Bulletin

After the disaster: Bony fish remains (mostly otoliths) from the K/Pg boundary section at Stevns Klint, Denmark, reveal consistency with teleost faunas from later Danian and Selandian strata. Schwarzhans, W. & Milàn, J. 2017. After the disaster: Bony fish remains (mostly otoliths) from the K/Pg boundary section at Stevns Klint, Denmark, reveal consistency with teleost… Læs videre/Read more
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New article in the Bulletin

Sexual dimorphism within the stem-group arthropod Isoxys volucrisfrom the Sirius Passet Lagerstätte, North Greenland Nielsen, M.L., Rasmussen, J.A. & Harper, D.A.T. 2017. Sexual dimorphism within the stem-group arthropod Isoxys volucrisfrom the Sirius Passet Lagerstätte, North Greenland. © 2017 by Bulletin of the Geological Society of Denmark, Vol. 65, pp. 47–58. ISSN 2245-7070. (www.2dgf.dk/publikationer/bulletin). Abstract: Morphometric analyses carried… Læs videre/Read more
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33rd Nordic Geological Winter Meeting: First announcement and call for theme sessions

It’s our pleasure to announce the 33rd Nordic Geological Winter Meeting to be held at the Danish Technical University (DTU), Kgs. Lyngby, Copenhagen, Denmark – January 10-12, 2018 and organized by The Danish Geological Society. The meeting aims to cover a wide range of geological topics and offers a venue for presenting research and networking… Læs videre/Read more
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New article in the bulletin

Review of the Danian vertebrate fauna of southern Scandinavia Adolfssen, J.S., Milàn, J. & Friedman, M. 2017. Review of the Danian vertebrate fauna of southern Scandinavia. © 2017 by Bulletin of the Geological Society of Denmark, Vol. 65, pp. 1–23. ISSN 2245-7070. (www.2dgf.dk/publikationer/bulletin) Læs og download artiklen her.
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Deltag i årsmødet med en poster

Dear Masters and PhD students, The Annual Meeting in the Danish Geological Society, including general assembly and dinner, is on the 11th of March this year (more information coming soon on http://www.2dgf.dk). The Society would like to invite all Master and PhD students to participate in the poster session, which will occur between the oral… Læs videre/Read more
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New article in the Bulletin and complete volume available

The newest, and this years last, article for the Bulletin of the Geological Society of Denmark is now available, as well as the complete volume 64. The new article can be downloaded here: Weidner, T. & Nielsen, A.T. 2016.16-12-14 Tomagnostus brantevikensis n. sp. (Trilobita) from the middle Cambrian of Scania, Sweden
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Janne Blichert-Toft is awarded the Steno medale 2015

This year the committee will award the Steno Medal to Janne Blichert-Toft, a geologist with a Masters and PhD from the University of Copenhagen who has since built an impressive research career in France. The medal will be awarded to her on the 24 April, kl 16 at the Geological Museum, and will include presentations… Læs videre/Read more
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