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An organisation to create and uphold competence within the fields of sedimentology and stratigraphy throughout the Nordic region.

The mission of the Nordic Sedimentary Research Group is to unite students, researchers and industry professionals from the Nordic countries and around the world, to create a collaborative community driven by openness, inclusion and enthusiasm within the fields of sedimentology and stratigraphy.



December 20, 2021

ln this geo profile we caught up with Manon van Goethem, to hear all about her career as a sedimentologist and the adventure of transitioning from petroleum to groundwater exploration.

December 20, 2021

Have you ever wondered if it is possible to avoid paying a high price to publish your own research in journals for which the readers also have to pay to read your work?

Valentin Zuchuat, NSRG founding member, former PhD and Postdoc at the UiO and now Lecturer and Researcher at RWTH Aachen in Germany, is part of the steering committee of Sedimentologika. A brand new Diamond Open Access (DOA) scientific journal about sedimentology. Here, people can publish their research and access scientific studies on all types of sedimentary processes, deposits or environments, across all spatial and temporal scales FOR FREE.

September 16, 2021

The Nordic Sedimentary Research Group is a non-profit organization and our activity relies solely on sponsorship funds. We offer sponsors an opportunity to connect with our members and support high-quality research meetings hosted by the network. We have a range of sponsorship packages available to organisations, institutions and businesses who are interested in supporting the NSRG.

July 7, 2021


Upcoming Events

  • NSRG AGM 2022
    Wed, Mar 09
    Meeting Room TOR - PTil / NPD Stavanger
    Mar 09, 10:00 AM – Mar 10, 4:00 PM
    Meeting Room TOR - PTil / NPD Stavanger, Professor Olav Hanssens vei 10, 4021 Stavanger, Norway
    NSRG Annual General Meeting 2022 The theme for event keynote talks will be "Source to Sink Systems - The Flux and Fate of Sediment"


Sem Sælands vei 1, 0371 Oslo

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