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Tue 04 Nov
09:02-16:00 | Kaløvig Center, Præstekravevej 46, Følle, 8410 Rønde
2014 ASP annual meeting
Meeting for ASP representatives.
Mon 08 Dec
13:30-15:30 | Université Laval, Québec, Québec
Arctic Change 2014
8-12 December - Ottawa Convention Centre - Ottawa, Canada

Climate Time Machine

Global Ice Viewer

News

Seniorforsker Morten Frederiksen, Lloyd Park og Kane Brides sætter sendere på havfugle. Foto Cheryl Katz

2014.09.02 |

Tomme reder i Nordatlanten

Havfugle kolonierne i Nordatlanten skrumper. I løbet af de sidste 10 år er ynglesuccesen for bl.a. Lunden og den Arktiske Terne faldet drastisk, og det er især tydeligt på Island, der ellers plejer at være havfuglenes Serengeti.

2014.09.01 |

Arctic Change 2014: Call for abstracts

The ArcticNet Network of Centres of Excellence of Canada and its national and international partners are welcoming the international Arctic research community to Ottawa for the International Arctic Change 2014 Conference.

Oceanograf John Mortensen fra Naturinstituttet, Nuuk fortæller om uddannelses- forskningsmuligheder i det arktiske område

2014.08.26 |

Film om uddannelser og forskning i Arktis

AlphaFilm besøger i disse dage Naturinstituttet i Nuuk for at lave en række korte film, der fortæller om de mange muligheder, man som ung har for uddannelse og forskning i Grønland og ikke mindst ved Naturinstituttet.

To catch small animals, the scientists use so-called Malaise traps named after the biologist René Malaise who made the first model. Here, biologist Mikko Tiusanen checks one of the traps. The insects are caught by the tent walls and led to a container with alcohol. Photo: Peter Bondo Christensen.
Many different types of traps have been used to obtain a general idea of the Zackenberg fauna. Here, biologist Riikka Kaartinen from Helsinki University uses yellow pan traps to catch flies and wasps. Photo: Tomas Roslin.
Different kinds of small nets and artificial sticky flowers are also used to catch insects at the arctic tundra. Photo: Peter Bondo Christensen.

2014.08.19 |

DNA analyses map arctic food webs

Gene sequences are now used to describe the interactions between plants and animals in the arctic ecosystem and the role played by climate change.

ARC field campaigns

Tue 15 Apr
00:00-00:00 | Zackenberg N.E. Greenland
Annual Carbon Balance
Wed 03 Sep
00:00-00:00 | Daneborg, N.E. Greenland
Influence of terrestrial run-off on marine production and carbon cycling

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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@science.au.dk
Mobile:  +45 2464 3206

Deputy Centre Director

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

Administration

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

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Revised 2014.09.02

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
Nordre Ringgade 1
DK-8000 Aarhus C

Email: au@au.dk
Tel: +45 8715 0000
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CVR no: 31119103

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