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PhD students

1. Berit Husteli.  Heterogeneities in tidally influenced reservoir rocks. Department of Earth Science, University of 

Bergen and Department of Arctic Geology, the University Centre in Svalbard. Financed by Climit. 

2. Bjarte Rismyhr.  Facies and sequence stratigraphy of the Upper Triassic to Middle Jurassic of the Norwegian Arc-

tic. Department of Earth Science, University of Bergen and Department of Arctic Geology, the University Centre 
in Svalbard. Financed by Eni Norge.

3. Srikumar Roy. Offshore gas/fluid seeps in Svalbard. Department of Arctic Geology, the University Centre in Sval-

bard and Department of Earth Science, University of Bergen. Financed by Indian Embassy Norway Scholarship.

4. Mads Jelby. Lower Cretaceous basin fill in the Barents Sea North Atlantic. Department of Geosciences and Nat-

ural Resources Management, University of Copenhagen and Department of Earth Science, University of Bergen 
and Department of Arctic Geology, the University Centre in Svalbard. Financed by Locra. 

5. Maayke Jacqueline Koeovoets. Paleoenvironments and invertebrate paleontology of the Upper Jurassic, Sval-

bard. Museum of Natural History, University of Oslo and the University Centre in Svalbard. Financed by Univer-
sity of Oslo (KD). 

6. Mark Mulrooney. Fault characteristics and development of the Triassic basins of Svalbard and the Barents shelf. 

The Department of Arctic Geology, The Department of Arctic Geology, the University Centre in Svalbard and the 
University of Oslo. Financed by UNIS (KD) 

7. Steven Mueller. Environmental changes during the Norian (216-203 Ma) biotic crises: a palynological and organic 

geochemical approach. Department of Geosciences University of Oslo. RCN Norstrat 

8. Tesfamariam Berhane Abay. Mesozoic source rocks and petroleum extracts in Svalbard. Department of Geo-

sciences, University of Oslo

9. Javad Naseryan Moghadam.  Experimental Investigation of Geomechanical Effects of Subsurface CO2 Storage 

on Reservoir and Cap rock Integrity.  Department of Geosciences University of Oslo. Financed by Success

13. Siren Fromreiden. 2014 Geomicrobial characterisation of a 60 m long permafrost core, taken over a future CO2 

storage site at Svalbard. The University of Bergen

14. Anne Thane Christiansen 2014. Spatial, seasonal and temporal variations in carbon lability in permafrost soils 

within Adventdalen Svalbard. Center for Permafrost, University of Copenhagen.

15. Jonas Hovgaard 2014. Organic-Geochemical studies of microbial activity in Permafrost. Biological and Geological 

Institute, Aarhus University

Current (Autumn 2014) Master students.

1. Anine Maria Hallander. Quantification of d13C and CH4 gasses trapped in permafrost (Adventdalen, Svalbard). 

Center for Permafrost, University of Copenhagen

Master Students Continued

   

International 
    Awareness

  

With the support of Svalbards 

enviromental fund:

 made a short film - “Dioxy”

http://co2-ccs.unis.no/Dioxy.html

Had 122 New articles

17 T.V Presenations - globally

Sent out 53 Newsletters

The project: