has accepted a number of Ph.D.-projects through the years. Nine thesises
have been examined via P&G, and some additional ones outside P&G.
Kirittopoulos, P., 1984:
Neogene lacustrine deposits in the inland basins of northern Greece:
Stratigraphy, paleoenvironment, paleomagnetism and insdustrial usefulness.
Sylwan, C., 1989: Paleomagnetism, paleoclimate and chronology of
Late cenozoic deposits in southern Argentina.
Ruocco, M., 1990: Paleomagnetic analyses of continental deposits
of the last 3 Ma from Argentina.
Sjöberg, B., 1991: Magnetic properties of the Limhamn rocks.
A paleomagnetic, rock magnetic and paleoenvironmental study of the Maastrichtian
chalk and the Danian limestones in Limhamn, Scania, southern Sweden.
Bidegain, J.C., 1991: Sedimentary development, magnetostratigraphy
and sequence of events of the Late Cenozoic in Entre Rios and surrounding
areas in Argentina.
Somi, E., 1993: Paleoenvironmental changes in central and coastal
Tanzania during the Upper Cenozoic. Magnetostratigraphy, sedimentary
records and shorelevel changes.
Sjöberg, R., 1994: Bedrock caves and fractured rick surfaces
in Sweden. Occurrence and origin.
Tröften, P.-E., 1997: Neotectonics and paleoseismicity in southern
Sweden with emphasis on sedimentological criteria.
Jelbring, H., 1999: Wind controlled climate.
D., 1980: Paleoenvironmental studies of post-glacial black clays in
F., 1996: Tectonic development of the Bohus Granite (SW Sweden) and
its adjoining areas.
S., 1997: Geological development of the East Africal coastal basin of
Meurman, R., 2000: Silverberg i Järnbararland.