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Autumn in Gothenburg

Autumn is here and so are all the apples and the final garden projects before it gets too late in the year. Erik and I have realised that a lot of work is needed when owning a house with a decent size of garden. All

Dutch Tulip garden

Spring is here and so are my Dutch tulips. Until recently, I wasn't sure my effort in the autumn of putting 300+ flower bulbs in the ground paid off, but in April the sun and some warmth did the trick and a lot of flowers

Orust III

Another visit to the sunny island of Orust to visit colleague Bengt Liljebladh and a friend from the University of Connecticut, Annelie Skoog. We were able to sit outside for coffee and went for a long walk afterwards, where we passed several old quarries. These

Erik and volcanoes in the media

Thanks to the La Palma eruption on the Canary Islands and the still ongoing Fagradalsfjall eruption in Iceland, plus the potential eruption from Askja, volcanoes are receiving a lot of attention by Swedish media these days. Erik has been contacted quite frequently for a comment,

Fagradalsfjall eruption

This is just to advertise our recent popular science article in Geologiskt forum nr. 111, 2021 about the Fagradalsfjall volcanic eruption in Iceland. The article is in Swedish. Link to 'Geologiska föreningen', who is the publisher of Geologiskt forum: For all who understands Swedish, we highly recommend