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.

2017.10.26 | Arctic Research Centre

Sidste mand slukker lyset: Kan smeltevand betyde en mini-istid?

Indlandsisen i Grønland smelter med stor hast på grund af den stigende globale gennemsnitstemperatur.

2017.10.15 | Arctic Research Centre

Melting ice makes the sea around Greenland less saline

For the first time, ocean data from Northeast Greenland reveals the long-term impact of the melting of the Greenland ice sheet.

2017.10.14 | Arctic Research Centre

Arctic Research & The American-Scandinavian Foundation Fellowships & Grants Program 2018/19

The American-Scandinavian Foundation (ASF) are now accepting applications for Fellowships and Grants program for the 2018/19 academic year.

2017.10.06 | Arctic Research Centre

EU-PolarNet White paper workshop

Last week, EU-PolarNet convened 50 experts in La Cristalera, a conference facility which the Autonomous University of Madrid owns in Miraflores de la Sierra to develop and draft white papers on Polar research topics of high societal relevance. These white papers are an important milestone for EU-PolarNet and are a key step towards the…

– Glaciers flowing into fjords release fresh water deep into the water column. The fresh water rises to the surface and thus drives deeper-lying nutrient-rich ocean water up to the phytoplankton in the upper water layers. This sustains a high production of fish. The photo shows a so-called ‘upwelling’ – the ice-free area near the glacier edge. (Photo: Lorenz Meire).
– Glaciers retreating on land release fresh water into the surface waters of the fjords. This prevents the water in the fjord from mixing and nutrients from the deeper-lying nutrient-rich water from reaching the phytoplankton in the upper water layers. This may lead to fewer fish, and researchers now warn that in the near future, many glaciers will retreat so far back that they end up on land. (Photo: Lorenz Meire).

2017.09.11 | Arctic Research Centre

Melting glaciers may reduce Greenland fishery

Glaciers that flow directly into the ocean provide additional nutrients to the surface water layer of fjords. This sustains a large fish stock. But when the glaciers melt and retreat on land, there is a great risk of a decline in fish stocks.

2017.09.04 | Arctic Research Centre

INTERACT Transnational Access Call is open for projects taking place between March 2018 and April 2019

The EU H2020 funded INTERACT opens a call for research groups to apply for Transnational Access to 43 research stations across the Arctic and northern alpine and forest areas in Europe, Russia and North-America.

2017.09.04 | Arctic Research Centre

Arctic Frontiers Science 2018 - Call for papers

The 12th Arctic Frontiers conference will be arranged in Tromsø, Norway from Sunday 21 January to Friday 26 January 2018. The title for the 2018 conference is Connecting the Arctic. Call for Papers closes on 19 September 2017.

2017.09.04 | Arctic Research Centre

Gletsjere er vitale for Grønlands fiskeri

Gletsjere, som smelter direkte ud i havet, supplerer fjorden med livsvigtige næringsstoffer, som er med til at opretholde nogle af Grønlands mest produktive hellefisk-fiskerier.

2017.08.03 | Arctic Research Centre

Er vi på vej ind i en ny istid?

Normalt varer en istid 80-90.000 år, mens en mellemistid varer 12-15.000 år. Vores nuværende mellemistid startede for 11.700 år siden. Betyder det, at vi er på vej ind i en ny istid?

2017.07.31 | Arctic Research Centre


Sailing expedition from St. John’s to southern Greenland and up the west coast to Upernavik

2017.07.07 | Arctic Research Centre

Opslag: Tilskud til deltagelse i Arctic Circle-konferencen i Reykjavik

Kandidatstuderende, ph.d.-studerende og postdocs kan nu søge om støtte til at deltage på Arctic Circle-konferencen i Reykjavik den 13.–15. oktober, hvor der sættes fokus på arktisk forskning. Der er ansøgningsfrist den 25. juli 2017.

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