Cadernos do Laboratorio Xeolóxico de Laxe.
Revista de Xeoloxía Galega e do Hercínico Peninsular
Date: 30 December 2022.
Article: "Aeolization on the Atlantic coast of Galicia (NW Spain) from the end of the last glacial period to the present day: Chronology, origin and evolution of coastal dunes linked to sea-level oscillations".
Published by: Earth Surface Processes and Landforms for the British Society for Geomorphology.
Date: 16 September 2022. Version of Record online: 05 October 2022
“Sea-Level in Bretagne and Coastal Evolution. Past, Present and Future of Natural Environment and Vulnerability Areas” (cron-BRET)
PI: Carlos Arce Chamorro _ firstname.lastname@example.org
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Dating of marine fossil levels on the Brittany Coast begins, as part of the "cron-BRET" Project linked to the MSCA-Bienvenüe-Bretagne Programme 2023. We will join Geology, Sedimentology, Geomorphology, Palaeo-Climaotology, Luminescence and Cosmogenic Nuclide Dating, among others disciplines. The Team Work will include Prof. David Menier (Univ. Bretagne Sud), Dr. Guillaume Guérin (Geosciences- Univ. Rennes1), Prof. Tibor Dunai (Univ. of Cologne, Germany), Prof. Pierre Stephan (Univ. Bretagne Occidentale), DR. Benjamin Sautter (UBS), Dr. Marine Laforge (Rennes-1) and Project leader: Dr. Carlos Arce-Chamorro from Geology Institute of the University of Coruña. The aim of the Project is to study the sea-level variations in the past regarding to glacial/interglacial cycles at Late Pleistocene (last 500,000 years). This helps to understand the present coastline and its evolution, as well as future projections within a Climate Change Framework and pre-Holocene sea-level rise. Science at the service of Society, just developing useful tools for a improved management of Human Activities and Environmental knowledge at Brittany (West France).
Gloria González Fortes. Instituto Universitario de Geología Isidro Parga Pondal-UDC.
La Opinión A Coruña. 05/10/2023.
Faro de Vigo. 31/05/2023.
Part of the joint CETRA-IUX team during their recent visit to the island of Ons (PNIIAA of Galicia) at the beginning of his research.
La Voz de Galicia. 15/10/2022.
La Voz de Galicia. 01/10/2022.
Faro de Vigo. 23/09/2022.
La Voz de Galicia. 28/08/2022.
La Voz de Galicia. 28/08/2022.
Museo de la Evolución Humana. 22/06/2022.
CRTVG. Vivir o mar. 27/02/2022.
In 1994 University of A Coruña and the Geological Laboratory of Laxe (Isidro Parga Pondal Foundation) of the Galician Seminar Studies signed a collaboration agreement in several fields: scientific publications, university teaching, research and dissemination of Galician Geology and the Peninsular Hercinic that culminates with the University Institute of Geology Isidro Parga Pondal creation by the decree published in the D.O.G. 243/1997 number 156 of August 1997.
Serie NOVA TERRA. Nº50. Coruña 2020.
Author: Stefan Uhlig
Published by: Journal of Marine Science and Engineering. Special Issue Recent Advances in Geological Oceanography, September 2022.
Date: September 22, 2022.
Published by: Elsevier. Journal of Archaeological Science: Reports Volume 45, October 2022, 103607.
Date: September 2, 2022.
Published by: Journal of Marine Science and Engineering. J. Mar. Sci. Eng. 2022, 10(3), 312.
Date: February 23, 2022
Date: September 2021
Authors: Dr. Juan Ramón Vidal Romaní, geologist; Tania Cotelo Vila, geologist.
The project is co-financed with funds from "Programa Operativo FEDER Galicia 2014-2020".
Even when there is no any type of restriction to the research lines to develop in the Institute, we are looking for those that are the most appropriate to the reality of the environment and the best achievement in view of the personal and material resources available in Galicia.
Presentation Doctoral Thesis "Cavidades desarrolladas en rocas magmáticas: troglobios y alteración de la roca. Aplicaciones a la vida extraterrestre" by Laura González López.
University of A Coruña. April 2018.