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2017.11.27 | Arctic Research Centre

AIAS-COFUND II Fellowship

AIAS has up to 15 AIAS-COFUND fellowships available for application by the most talented researchers from around the world.

2017.11.22 | Arctic Research Centre

Arctic System Sciences

The course is designed to give the participants an in-depth understanding of climate related changes in the Arctic and their cascading effects from the physical system to societal consequences.

2017.11.16 | Arctic Research Centre

Sidste mand slukker lyset: Lurer metantruslen under Arktis?

I de senere år har særligt russiske forskere advaret om en hidtil overset klimatrussel i Arktis. I takt med at temperaturen stiger, kan enorme mængder af den kraftige drivhusgas metan måske blive udledt. Gæsten i studiet er Torben Røjle Christensen, professor på Aarhus universitet.

2017.11.15 | Arctic Research Centre

“Treasure trove” of Arctic research data now publicly available

Twenty years of Arctic research can help scientists around the world better understand climate and environment change.

2017.11.14 | Arctic Research Centre

ARC scientists contributed to the SWIPA 2017 assessment.

The SWIPA 2017 assessment is the fourth AMAP assessment addressing Arctic climate issues and is a direct follow up to the first Snow, Water, Ice and Permafrost in the Arctic (SWIPA)

2017.11.10 | Arctic Research Centre

Arctic Change 2017

An Invitation to International Arctic Researchers, Stakeholders and Decision-Makers

2017.11.03 | Arctic Research Centre

More Greenland glaciers threatened by climate change than previously thought

New maps of Greenland’s coastal seafloor and bedrock beneath its massive ice sheet show that two to four times as many coastal glaciers are at risk of accelerated melting due to climate change as previously thought.