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MSc student Mette Mørup Schlütter is one of the runners in ARC's team Arctic wolves in the DHL relay.

2016.08.16 | Arctic Research Centre

Arctic foxes and Arctic wolves run in the DHL relay

Two teams from ARC participate in the sports festival in Aarhus

2016.08.15 | Arctic Research Centre

Greenland sharks live for hundreds of years

New research from Aarhus University and University of Copenhagen sheds light on the biology of Greenland sharks

Ladybird Coccinella transversoguttata occurs in dwarf shrub heaths in Greenland. Photo Rikke R Hansen

2016.07.19 | Arctic Research Centre

Vegetation and moisture shape Arctic arthropod communities

ARC researchers document small scale variation in Arctic spider and beetle communities in fen, heath and tundra habitats

Arctic field work. Photo Tage Dalsgaard.

2016.07.18 | Arctic Research Centre

Student opportunities at CEOS, University of Manitoba

Several Masters and Doctoral projects available for highly motivated candidates

Kittiwake (Rissa tridactyla) is a common gull species in the North Atlantic Ocean. Photo Morten Frederiksen.

2016.07.13 | Arctic Research Centre

Master projects on Greenland kittiwakes

Study migration and distribution patterns of kittiwakes in Greenland

2016.07.11 | Arctic Research Centre

Greenland close to economic collapse

Professor in economy Torben M. Andersen from Aarhus University gives Greenland three years to get the mining industry or tourism running. Otherwise, the country will experience mass exodus.

2016.07.07 | Arctic Research Centre

Excellent evaluation of 2015

ARC has received an excellent evaluation of the 2015 annual report

2016.07.07 | Arctic Research Centre

north2north scholarships for Staff and Faculty

Application deadline 15 August

Climatic change in the UK, 1960–2012. a) Long-term changes in air temperature and precipitation, b) Examples of spatial variation in the extent of long-term climatic changes are shown
for March air temperatures. Source Thackeray et al, Nature

2016.06.30 | Arctic Research Centre

Climate change reshuffles wildlife calendar

New research published in Nature shows that climate sensitivity can lead to the desynchronization of seasonal events among plants and animals

Mountain avens (Dryas integrifolia) is a common Arctic dwarf shrub. © Rikke R Hansen

2016.06.29 | Arctic Research Centre

Newsletter from Arctic Research Centre June 2016

ARC secretariat wishes you a great summer!

Professor Søren Rysgaard tells about climate change to US Secretary of State John Kerry, Danish Minister for Foreign Affairs Kristian Jensen, Greenlandic Prime Minister Kim Kielsen and Greenlandic Minister for Foreign Affairs Vittus Qujaukitsoq in Ilulissat. Photo KNR.

2016.06.20 | Arctic Research Centre

Søren Rysgaard guides John Kerry in Greenland icefjord

US Secretary of State John Kerry witnessed climate change in Greenland

Muskox, the largest herbivore in the Arctic. Photo Lars Holst Hansen, Aarhus University.

2016.06.19 | Arctic Research Centre

Predators and vegetation determine the distribution of herbivores in the Arctic

New research from ARC sheds light on Arctic biodiversity patterns

Photo Lars Holt Hansen, Aarhus University.

2016.06.17 | Arctic Research Centre

Sitting on gold and Perspectives on skills

New anthology and a report on informally acquired skills in Greenland

2016.06.15 | Arctic Research Centre

Isaaffik2 launched

A new version of the web portal Isaaffik Arctic Gateway

Prof David Barber. Photo University of Manitoba.

2016.06.07 | Arctic Research Centre

David Barber visiting ARC in June-July

Prof Barber is a Arctic marine scientist with a focus on climate forcing of sea ice

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