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2018.11.15 | Arctic Research Centre

Kæmpekrater fra kilometer-stor jernmeteor fundet på Grønland

Et internationalt forskerhold under ledelse af forskere fra Københavns og Aarhus Universiteter har opdaget et gigantisk meteorkrater på 31 km i diameter begravet under indlandsisen i Nordgrønland. Det er første gang, at et krater af den størrelse er fundet under en af Jordens iskapper. I tre år har forskerne arbejdede på at bekræfte opdagelsen. Nu…

2018.11.13 | Arctic Research Centre

Population genomics of grey wolves and wolflike canids in North America

New publication by Mikkel-Holger S. Sinding, Shyam Gopalakrishan, Filipe G. Vieira, Jose A. Samaniego Castruita, Katrine Raundrup, Mads Peter Heide Jørgensen, Morten Meldgaard, Bent Petersen, Thomas Sicheritz-Ponten, Johan Brus Mikkelsen, Ulf Marquard-Petersen, Rune Dietz, Christian Sonne, Love Dalén Lutz Bachmann, Øystein Wiig, Anders J.…

2018.11.08 | Arctic Research Centre

”One Health” i Arktis set ud fra en veterinær synsvinkel

New publication by Christian Sonne-Hansen, Rune Dietz and Charlotte Hviid.

2018.11.08 | Arctic Research Centre

Spatial, seasonal and inter-annual variation in abundance and carbon turnover of small copepods in Young Sound, Northeast Greenland

New publication by Ane Bruun Middelbo, Eva Friis Møller, Kristine Engel Arendt, Jakob Thyrring, and Mikael Kristian Sejr.

2018.11.08 | Arctic Research Centre

The springtail Megaphorura arctica survives extremely high osmolality of body fluids during drought

New publication by Martin Holmstrup

2018.11.06 | Arctic Research Centre

Maskiningeniør-studerende fra Aarhus Universitet har vundet international pris.

Tre maskiningeniør-studerende fra Aarhus Universitet har vundet National Instruments internationale Student Design Award for deres bacheloropgave.

2018.11.03 | Arctic Research Centre

Countries Urge Increased International Research in the Arctic

A joint statement from countries with interests in the Arctic emphasizes the need for scientific collaboration in this rapidly changing region but sidesteps attributing climate change to human activities.