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2018.08.07 | Arctic Research Centre

Uncovering the unknown—climate interactions in a changing arctic tundra

New publication by Magnus Lund

2018.08.07 | Arctic Research Centre

Bakterier bekæmper olieprøver i Nuup Kangerlua

Forskere er igang med at undersøge havets evne til at rense sig selv efter eventuelle oliudslip i Nuuk Kangerlua

2018.07.27 | Arctic Research Centre

Subpolar North Atlantic sea surface temperature since 6 ka BP: Indications of anomalous ocean-atmosphere interactions at 4-2 ka BP

New publication by Lisa Claire Orme, Arto Miettinen, Dmitry Divine, Katrine Husum, Christof Pearce, Nicolas Van Nieuwenhove, Andreas Born, Rahul Mohan, and Marit-Solveig Seidenkrantz

2018.07.27 | Arctic Research Centre

A controlled experiment on oil release beneath thin sea ice and its electromagnetic detection. IEEE Transactions on Geoscience and Remote Sensing.

New publication by N Firoozy, T Neusitzer, D Chirkova, D Desmond, M Lemes, J Landy, P Mojabi, S Rysgaard, G Stern, and DG Barber

2018.07.27 | Arctic Research Centre

Two post-doc positions in experimental and modelling studies of atmospheric chemistry and sea-ice processes at the University of East Anglia

We are looking to recruit two Senior Research Associates (post-docs) for experimental and modelling studies of chemical, physical and biological processes related to sea-ice, the overlying atmosphere and underlying water using the highly instrumented Roland von Glasow Air-Sea-Ice-Chamber (RvG-ASIC,…

Et marsvin klar til mærkning bliver konstant overrislet med havvand - det gør den tryg og holder huden fugtig. Marsvinet "pusles" på to almindelige puslepuder - det passer lige til et marsvin i længden. (Foto: Nynne E. Lemming, Grønlands Naturinstitut)
Forsker og fanger arbejder sammen om at montere en satellitsender på finnen af et marsvin i Vestgrønland. (Foto: Nynne E. Lemming, Grønlands Naturinstitut)
Figuren viser hvor langt de 30 mærkede marsvin vander. Dyrene er fanget og mærket med satellitsender i Maniitsoq, Vestgrønland. Marsvinene svømmede langt længere, end hvad vi hidtil har kendt til. (Figur: Nynne E. Lemming, Grønlands Naturinstitut)

2018.07.13 | Arctic Research Centre

Grønlandske marsvin på langtur i Nordatlanten

Ny forskning viser, at de små, seje hvaler bevæger sig langt længere ud og langt dybere ned i det åbne hav end vi hidtil har troet.

2018.07.06 | Arctic Research Centre

GreenLAnd Circumnavigation Expedition - GLACE

The GreenLAnd Circumnavigation Expedition (GLACE) will offer an unprecedented complete circumnavigation of Greenland in a single expedition over a 2-month period in August and September 2019 (see Annex 1 - travel plan and timing). The expedition will provide access to the remote and as yet critically understudied Northern Greenland area and…

2018.07.01 | Arctic Research Centre

Reply to ‘Increased food supply mitigates ocean acidification effects on calcification but exacerbates effects on growth

New publication by Laura Ramajo, Iris E. Hendriks, Nelson A. Lagos, Dorte Krause-Jensen, Núria Marbà, Mikael K. Sejr & Carlos M. Duarte

2018.07.01 | Arctic Research Centre

GEM Annual Report Cards 2017 out now!

We are happy to announce that the GEM Annual Report Cards 2017 is now available via this link: http://g-e-m.dk/news/nyhed/artikel/gem-annual-report-cards-2017-out-now/   This and older report cards can also be found here: http://g-e-m.dk/gem-publications/gem-annual-report-cards/   A new feature of the report is the presentation of…

2018.06.22 | Arctic Research Centre

Sequestration of macroalgal carbon: the elephant in the Blue Carbon room

New publication by Dorte Krause-Jensen, Paul Lavery, Oscar Serrano, Núria Marbà, Pere Masque, and Carlos M. Duarte

2018.06.22 | Arctic Research Centre

Seawater carbonate chemistry and oxygen concentrations in the Greenland tidal pools.

New publication by Carlos M. Duarte and Dorte Krause-Jensen

2018.06.22 | Arctic Research Centre

Vanier Canada Graduate Scholarship open for nomination

The 2018-2019 Vanier Canada Graduate Scholarships are now open for nomination. It is Canada’s most prestigious and highest valued award for doctoral researchers, and is open to international students. On behalf of the Vanier-Banting Secretariat, I’d appreciate if you could forward the message below to outstanding international students who might…

2018.06.20 | Arctic Research Centre

Arctic science study programme 2019

Four courses focusing on Arctic Climate and Society are offered in Nuuk, Greenland during the spring semester 2019.

Geographical location of the five measurement sites in Northeast Greenland (station DNB) and the central Arctic Ocean (stations Ice 4 to Ice 7; a), b a top-side view of an AEC instrument deployed at station DNB in Greenland, c a top-side view of an AEC instrument deployed in the central Arctic Ocean, d an AEC instrument viewed from below the ice using the ROV, and e filamentous strands formed by the centric diatom Melosira arctica attached to the underside of
the ice in the central Arctic.

2018.06.14 | Arctic Research Centre

Oxygen fluxes beneath Arctic land‑fast ice and pack ice: towards estimates of ice productivity

New publication by Karl M. Attard, Dorte H. Søgaard, Judith Piontek, Benjamin A. Lange, Christian Katlein, Heidi L. Sørensen, Daniel F. McGinnis, Lorenzo Rovelli, Søren Rysgaard, Frank Wenzhöfer and Ronnie N. Glud

2018.06.11 | Arctic Research Centre

Immunologic, reproductive, and carcinogenic risk assessment from POP exposure in East Greenland polar bears (Ursus maritimus) during 1983–2013.

New publication by Rune Dietz, Jean-Pierre Desforgesa Kim Gustavsona Frank F. Rigéta Erik W. Born, Robert J. Letcher and Christian Sonne.

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