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2018.02.27 | Arctic Research Centre

Bioscience i top med fire Marie Curie-bevillinger

Bioscience er det institut på AU, som har hentet flest Marie Curie-stipendier hjem i 2017-runden. Mød instituttets fire nye, unge forskertalenter her.

2018.02.27 | Arctic Research Centre

Climate Change draws invasive species to the Arctic

Warmer temperatures and declining sea ice pulls foreign animals and plants to the Arctic, with drastic consequences for these sensitive ecosystems.

2018.02.26 | Arctic Research Centre

Impact of glacial meltwater on spatiotemporal distribution of copepods and their grazing impact in Young Sound NE, Greenland.

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

2018.02.26 | Arctic Research Centre

Declining diversity and abundance of High Arctic fly assemblages over two decades of rapid climate warming.

New publication by Sarah Loboda, Jade Savage, C. Buddle, Niels Martin Schmidt, Toke Thomas Høye

2018.02.26 | Arctic Research Centre

Immune function in arctic mammals : Natural killer (NK) cell-like activity in polar bear, muskox and reindeer

New publication by Jean-Pierre Desforges, Lindsay Jasperse, Trine Hammer Jensen, Carsten Grøndahl, Mads F Bertelsen, Sylvain De Guise, Christian Sonne, Rune Dietz, Milton Levin

2018.02.26 | Arctic Research Centre

Glacial vicariance drives phylogeographic diversification in the amphi-boreal kelp Saccharina latissima

New publication by Joao Neiva, Cristina Paulino, Mette M. Nielsen, Dorte Krause-Jensen, Gary W. Saunders, Jorge Assis, Ignacio Barbara, Eric Tamigneaux, Licinia Gouveia, Tania Aires, Nuria Marba, Annette Bruhn, Gareth A. Pearson, Ester A. Serrao

2018.02.26 | Arctic Research Centre

Synergy between nutrients and warming enhances methane ebullition from experimental lakes

New publication by Thomas A. Davidson, Joachim Audet, Erik Jeppesen, Frank Landkildehus, Torben L. Lauridsen, Martin Søndergaard, Jari Syväranta

2018.02.26 | Arctic Research Centre

ORCHIDEE-PEAT (revision 4596), a model for northern peatland CO2, water, and energy fluxes on daily to annual scales

New publication by Qiu, C.; Zhu, D.; Ciais, P.; Guenet, B.; Krinner, G.; Peng, S.; Aurela, M.; Bernhofer, C.; Brümmer, C.; Bret-Harte, S.; Chu, H.; Chen, J.; Desai, A. R.; Dušek, J.; Euskirchen, E. S.; Fortuniak, K.; Flanagan, L. B.; Friborg, T.; Grygoruk, M.; Gogo, S.; Grünwald, T.; Hansen, B. U.; Holl, D.; Humphreys, E.; Hurkuck, M.; Kiely, G.;…

2018.02.26 | Arctic Research Centre

High rates of vessel noise disrupt foraging in wild harbour porpoises (Phocoena phocoena)

New publication by Danuta Maria Wisniewska, Mark Johnson, Jonas Teilmann, Ursula Siebert, Anders Galatius, Rune Dietz, Peter Teglberg Madsen

2018.02.26 | Arctic Research Centre

People, pollution and pathogens - Global change impacts in mountain freshwater ecosystems

New publication by Dirk S Schmeller, Adeline Loyau, Kunshan Bao, Werner Brack, Antonis Chatzinotas, Francois De Vleeschouwer, Jan Friesen, Laure Gandois, Sophia V Hansson, Marilen Haver, Gaël Le Roux, Ji Shen, Roman Teisserenc, Vance T Vredenburg

2018.02.26 | Arctic Research Centre

Biodegradation of marine oil spills in the Arctic with a Greenland perspective

New publication by Leendert Vergeynst, Susse Wegeberg, Jens Aamand, Pia Lassen, Ulrich Bay Gosewinkel, Janne Fritt-Rasmussen, K Gustavson and Anders Mosbech

2018.02.14 | Arctic Research Centre

Blue mussel shell shape plasticity and natural environments: a quantitative approach

New publication by Luca Telesca, Kati Michalek, Trystan Sanders, Lloyd S. Peck, Jakob Thyrring & Elizabeth M. Harper

2018.02.06 | Arctic Research Centre

Grant Agreement Number: 730965 Making the Arctic accessible for excellent science

EU funds an Arctic Research Icebreaker Consortium, which will provide researchers with improved access to research icebreakers.

Foto: Peter Schmidt Mikkelsen

2018.02.04 | Arctic Research Centre

Examining the Impact of a Crude Oil Spill on the Permittivity Profile and Normalized Radar Cross Section of Young Sea Ice

New publication by Neusitzer TD, Firoozy N, Tiede TM, Desmond DS, Lemes MJL, Stern GA, Rysgaard S, Mojabi P, Barber DB

Biolog Stine Højlund Pedersen måler temperaturen ned gennem en af de indsamlede iskerner. (Foto: Kasper Hancke)
Temperaturen i Nordøstgrønland kan i maj måned komme ned på –20 oC og forskerne må være klædt godt på, når laboratoriet er henlagt til overfladen af havisen. (Foto: Kasper Hancke)
Fra Villum Forskningsstation må forskerne transportere deres udstyr ud på isen med snescootere. (Foto: Stine Højlund Pedersen)
Et lille telt på isen fungerer som et minilaboratorium. Her måler biolog Kasper Hancke fotosyntese på isalgerne. (Foto: Stine Højlund Pedersen)

2018.02.01 | Arctic Research Centre

Isalger blomstrer i mørket

Forskere fra Aarhus Universitet har målt en ny verdensrekord: Små isalger på undersiden af den arktiske havis lever og vokser ved en lysmængde, der svarer til kun 0.02% af lyset ved overfladen af isen. Algerne er første led i den arktisk fødekæde og producerer dermed føde langt tidligere på året end hidtil antaget.

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