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ARC events

Fri 13 Mar
14:00-17:00 | ARC, C.F. Møllers Allé 8, 8000 Aarhus C, bldg. 1110, 2nd flooe
Open House for students
A day of inspiration for students considering writing their thesis on an Arctic topic
Tue 17 Mar
19:00-21:00 | Søauditorierne, Aarhus Universitet
Fra de første ekspeditioner til nyeste forskning i Grønland
Offentlige foredrag i Naturvidenskab
Thu 26 Mar
14:00-15:00 | ARC, C.F. Møllers Allé 8, 8000 Aarhus C, bldg. 1110, room 214
Arctic Seminar Series: TBA (Nicolas-Xavier Geilfus)
by Postdoc Nicolas-Xavier Geilfus, Arctic Research Centre, Aarhus University
Wed 15 Apr
14:00-15:00 | ARC, C.F. Møllers Allé 8, 8000 Aarhus C, 1110-100
Arctic Seminar Series: TBA (Frank Sejersen)
by Associate Professor Frank Sejersen, Eskimology and Arctic Studies Section, University of Copenhagen
Wed 29 Apr
14:00-15:00 | AIAS, Høegh-Guldbergsgade 6B, 8000 Aarhus C, 1632-203
Arctic Seminar Series: TBA (Nat-sci)
Wed 13 May
14:00-15:00 | AIAS, Høegh-Guldbergsgade 6B, 8000 Aarhus C, 1632-203
Arctic Seminar Series: TBA (Kai Finster)
by Professor MSO Kai Finster, Dept. of Bioscience, Aarhus University
Wed 27 May
14:00-15:00 | AIAS, Høegh-Guldbergsgade 6B, 8000 Aarhus C, 1632-203
Arctic Seminar Series: TBA (Nat-sci)
Wed 10 Jun
14:00-15:00 | AIAS, Høegh-Guldbergsgade 6B, 8000 Aarhus C, 1632-203
Arctic Seminar Series: TBA (Soc-sci)

News

2015.03.02 |

Solen påvirker klimaet mere i kølige perioder

Solens aktivitet er en vigtig faktor i det komplicerede samspil, der styrer vores klima. Nu viser ny forskning, at påvirkningen fra Solen ikke er konstant over tid, men har større betydning, når det er køligere på Jorden.

2015.03.02 |

Call open until 31st March for European-based research groups for transnational access to four North-American sites in the INTERACT network

Two Canadian and two U.S. partners in INTERACT (International Network for Terrestrial Research and Monitoring in the Arctic) open a call for transnational access for European-based research groups.

Atlantic halibut, Hippoglossus hippoglossus, a species with potential for future transfer via the NE and NW Passages. Photo: Peter Rask Møller, University of Copenhagen, Denmark.

2015.02.16 |

A warmer climate creates historical change in fish species in the northernmost waters

An international research team representing various areas such as fish taxonomy, trophic ecology, fisheries science, climatology, oceanography and ecological modeling is behind the new sensational study.

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Contact

Arctic Research Centre (ARC)
Aarhus University
C.F. Møllers Allé 8, bldg. 1110
DK-8000 Aarhus C
Denmark

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Centre Director

Søren Rysgaard
Email: rysgaard@bios.au.dk
Mobile:  +45 2464 3206

Deputy Centre Director

Tage Dalsgaard
Email: tda@bios.au.dk
Mobile:  +45 2558 0697

Administration

Christina Almann Levisen
Email: levisen@bios.au.dk
Tel:  +45 8715 6695 / +45 2094 7108

Logistics

Egon Randa Frandsen
Email: erf@bios.au.dk
Tel. +45 4191 5661

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Arctic Research Centre (ARC)
C.F. Møllers Allé 8, bldg. 1110
DK-8000 Aarhus C
Denmark

Centre Director: Prof. Søren Rysgaard
Deputy Director: Senior scientist Tage Dalsgaard
Centre manager: Christina Almann Levisen
Phone: +45 8715 6695 / +45 2094 7108

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Aarhus University
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Email: au@au.dk
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