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2015.11.30 | Arctic Research Centre

United Nations conference on climate change opens 30 November

ARC participates in the Nordic Universities side event "The Arctic is resourceful and fragile - treasure it" in COP21

2015.11.27 | Arctic Research Centre

ARC is moving

Arctic Research Centre is moving to a new location in the campus on Tuesday 1 December 2015. Our new address is Ny Munkegade 114, building 1540. The phone numbers remain the same.

Carbon dioxide emissions from boreal lakes and wetlands increase with increasing temperatures. Photo: Peter Bondo Christensen

2015.11.10 | Arctic Research Centre

Lakes release an increasing amount of carbon dioxide in a warmer world

A wet chimney. This is how many of the world’s approximately 117 million lakes work by releasing the greenhouse gas carbon dioxide (CO2) into the atmosphere in large quantities. The world’s lakes, rivers and reservoirs release a quantity of carbon dioxide equal to one quarter of the total CO2 release from fossil fuels.

2015.11.06 | Arctic Research Centre

Funding opportunities

Aarhus Institute of Advanced Studies invites applications for fellowships

Matt Walsh with a bone disk from Simushir-Etnier.

2015.11.03 | People

New postdoc at ARC

Matthew Walsh started as a postdoctoral researcher at Arctic Research Center on 1 November.