Battery technology and recycling alone will not save the electric mobility transition from future cobalt shortages

Nature Communications. March 2022.

Anqi Zeng, Wu Chen, Kasper Dalgas Rasmussen, Xuehong Zhu, Maren Lundhaug,
Daniel B. Müller, Juan Tan, Jakob K. Keiding, Litao Liu, Tao Dai, Anjian Wang & Gang Liu

The Arctic as a “Strategic” and “Important” Chinese Foreign Policy Interest: Exploring the Role of Labels and Hierarchies in China’s Arctic Discourses

Journal of Current Chinese Affairs. August 2021.

Patrik Andersson

Sustainability of the global sand system in the Anthropocene

One Earth, Cell Press, April 2021

Aurora Torres, Mark U. Simoni, Jakob K. Keiding, Daniel B. Müller, Sophus O.S.E. zu Ermgassen, Jianguo Liu, Jochen A.G. Jaeger, Marten Winter, and Eric F. Lambin

Traded metal scrap, traded alloying elements: A case study of Denmark and implications for circular economy

Resources, Conservation and Recycling, November 2020

Juan Tan, Mathias V. Wehde, Frederik Brønd and Per Kalvig

Geophysics for urban mining and the first surveys in Denmark: rationale, field activity and preliminary results

GEUS Bulletin Vol 44 (2020)

Authors: Sandrin, A.*, Maricak, A.**, Heincke, B. H.*, Clausen, R.*, Nielsen, L., & Keiding, J. K.*

*Centre for Minerals and Materials (MiMa), Geological Survey of Denmark and Greenland, Copenhagen, Denmark

**Department of Geosciences and Natural Resource Management, University of Copenhagen, Copenhagen, Denmark

Chinese assessments of “critical” and “strategic” raw materials: Concepts, categories, policies, and implications

The Extractive Industries and Society, January 2020

Author: Patrik Andersson*

*Centre for Minerals and Materials (MiMa), Geological Survey of Denmark and Greenland (GEUS), Department of Politics and Society, Aalborg University, Øster Voldgade 10, 1350, Copenhagen, Denmark

Characterisation of incinerator bottom ash from a Danish waste-to-energy plant: a step towards closing the material cycle

GEUS Bulletin Vol 43, 2019

Authors: Rune Clausen, Per Kalvig og Jonas Nedenskov

Resourcing the Fairytale Country with Wind Power: A Dynamic Material Flow Analysis

Environ. Sci. Technol. 2019, 53, 11313−11322

Authors: Zhi Cao,† Christopher O’Sullivan,† Juan Tan,‡ Per Kalvig,‡ Luca Ciacci,§ Weiqiang Chen,∥ Junbeum Kim,⊥ and Gang Liu*,†

† SDU Life Cycle Engineering, Department of Chemical Engineering, Biotechnology, and Environmental Technology, University of Southern Denmark, 5230 Odense, Denmark

‡ Centre for Minerals and Materials (MiMa), Geological Survey of Denmark and Greenland (GEUS), 1350 Copenhagen, Denmark

§ Department of Industrial Chemistry “Toso Montanari”, Alma Mater Studiorum−University of Bologna, 40136 Bologna, Italy

∥ Key Lab of Urban Environment and Health, Institute of Urban Environment, Chinese Academy of Sciences, 361021 Xiamen, Fujian, China

⊥CREIDD Research Center on Environmental Studies & Sustainability, Department of Humanities, Environment & Information Technology (HETIC), University of Technology of Troyes, 10300 Troyes, France

Examining the rare-earth elements (REE) supply–demand balance for future global wind power scenarios

GEUS Bulletin Vol 41, 2018, 87-90

Authors: Per kalvig & Erika Machacek

Governance and risk-value constructions in closing loops of rare earth elements in global value chains

MDPI: Resources 2017

MiMa/GEUS, Lund Universitet og Monash Universitet;
Authors: Erika Machacek, Jessica Luth Richter and Ruth Lane

Constructing criticality by classification: Expert assesments of mineral raw materials

Geoforum 84 (2017) 368-377

KU og MiMa/GEUS;
Authors: Erika Machacek

The global rare earth exploration boom: An analysis of the resources outside of China and discussion of development perspectives

Resources Policy 52 (2017) 134-153

University of Oulu, MiMa/GEUS;
Authors: Holger Paulick and Erika Machacek

Assessing advanced rare earth element-bearing deposits for industrial demand in the EU

Resources Policy (2016), pp. 186-203

Authors: Erika Machacek, Per kalvig

Assessment of the mineral raw material potential in Denmark – methods and major findings

GEUS Bulletin Vol 33, 2015, 37-40

Authors: Jakob Kløve Keiding, Per Kalvig, Claus Ditlefsen, Steen Lomholt og Peter Roll Jakobsen