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2018.05.24 | Arctic Research Centre

General description of the BBDS region. / Adaptation Actions for a Changing Arctic: Perspectives from the Baffin Bay/Davis Strait Region.

New publication by Tanya Brown, David Boertmann, Rikke Bekker Jacobsen and Carl Barette

2018.05.24 | Arctic Research Centre

Is there a Place for Faith in Anthropology? Religion, Reason and the Ethnographer’s Divine Revelation

New publication by Rane Willerslev and Christian Suhr

Photo: Søren Rysgaard

2018.05.17 | Arctic Research Centre

The Inferred Formation of a Subice Platelet Layer Below the Multiyear Landfast Sea Ice in the Wandel Sea (NE Greenland) Induced by Meltwater Drainage

New publication by S. Kirillov, I. Dmitrenko, S. Rysgaard, D. Babb, J. Ehn, J. Bendtsen, W. Boone, D. Barber, N. Geilfus

2018.05.17 | Arctic Research Centre

Instability of the Northeast Greenland Ice Stream over the last 45,000 years

New publication by Nicolaj K. Larsen, Laura B. Levy, Anders E. Carlson, Christo Buizert, Jesper Olsen, Astrid Strunk, Anders A. Bjørk & Daniel S. Skov.

Foto: Knud Falk

2018.05.17 | Arctic Research Centre

Et Arktis i forvandling kræver planlægning

Øget skibstrafik, mindre fangst, flere turister, vildere vejr med flere ulykker til følge og invasion af nye arter. Det er nogle af de problemer, Grønland står over for i fremtiden. En ny rapport giver nu gode råd til at håndtere forandringerne.

2018.05.17 | Arctic Research Centre

Graduate Opportunities in Arctic Science

Applications are invited for graduate work at the Master’s and PhD level within the Centre for Earth Observation Science (CEOS) (http://umanitoba.ca/ceos/) at the University of Manitoba, in Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada.

A sun dog is seen behind the equipment to measure GEM flux on top of Flyger’s hut at Villum Research Station in North Greenland.

2018.05.17 | Arctic Research Centre

Fluxes of gaseous elemental mercury (GEM) in the High Arctic during atmospheric mercury depletion events (AMDEs)

New publication by Jesper Kamp, Henrik Skov, Bjarne Jensen, and Lise Lotte Sørensen

Photo: Jesper Stentoft

2018.05.08 | Arctic Research Centre

Persistent organic pollutants and penile bone mineral density in East Greenland and Canadian polar bears (Ursus maritimus) during 1996–2015

New publication by Tobias Daugaard-Petersen, Rikke Langebæk, Frank F. Rigét, Markus Dyck, Robert J. Letcher, Lars Hyldstrup, Jens-Erik Bech Jensen, Rune Dietz, and Christian Sonne

2018.05.08 | Arctic Research Centre

Regions of open water and melting sea ice drive new particle formation in North East Greenland

New publication by M. Dall´Osto, C. Geels, D. C. S. Beddows, D. Boertmann, R. Lange, J. K. Nøjgaard, Roy. M. Harrison, R. Simo, H. Skov & A. Massling

2018.04.30 | Arctic Research Centre

Structure-Dependent in Vitro Metabolism of Alkyl-Substituted Analogues of Triphenyl Phosphate in East Greenland Polar Bears and Ringed Seals.

New publication by Adelle Strobel, Robert J. Letcher, William G. Willmore, Christian Sonne, and Rune Dietz.

2018.04.30 | Arctic Research Centre

Non-native Fish Occurrence and Biomass in 1943 Western Palearctic Lakes and Reservoirs and their Abiotic and Biotic Correlates.

New publication by Carolina Trochine, Sandra Brucet, Christine Argillier, Ignasi Arranz, Meryem Beklioglu, Lluís Benejam, Teresa Ferreira, Trygve Hesthagen, Kerstin Holmgren, Erik Jeppesen, Fiona Kelly, Teet Krause, Martti Rask, Pietro Volta, Ian J. Winfield, Thomas Mehner

2018.04.30 | Arctic Research Centre

Differential arthropod responses to warming are altering the structure of arctic communities

New publication by Amanda M. Koltz, Niels M. Schmidt, Toke T. Høye

2018.04.30 | Arctic Research Centre

Trends in breeding phenology across ten decades show varying adjustments to environmental changes in four wader species.

New publication by Hans Meltofte, Ole Amstrup, Troels Leuenhagen Petersen, Frank Rigét & Anders P. Tøttrup

2018.04.24 | Arctic Research Centre

Climate change threaten nature’s garbage collector

New research by AIAS Former Fellow Toke T. Høye and collaborators from Washington University in St. Louis show that warmer active seasons and fewer freeze-thaw events lead to big changes for arthropods in the Arctic.

2018.04.19 | Arctic Research Centre

ARICE Call for ship-time proposals 2018 now open

The EU funded project ARICE (Arctic Research Icebreaker Consortium) offers fully funded transnational access to research icebreakers.

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