2018.04.19 | Arctic Research Centre

Bacterial community succession and degradation patterns of hydrocarbons in seawater at low temperature

New publication by Leendert Vergeynst, Kasper U. Kjeldsen, Pia Lassen, Søren Rysgaard

2018.04.11 | Arctic Research Centre

Klimaforandringernes skueplads: 3 danske projekter overvåger smeltende Arktis

Enorme smeltende ismasser, svækkede havstrømme og ødelagte økosystemer. Tre danske projekter har netop fået støtte til klimaforskning i Arktis.

2018.04.11 | Arctic Research Centre

New Perspectives on Nitrogen Fixation Measurements Using 15N2 Gas

New publication by Nicola Wannicke, Mar Benavides, Tage Dalsgaard, Joachim W. Dippner, Joseph P. Montoya, and Maren Voss

2018.04.11 | 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.

Photo: Carsten Egevang

2018.04.09 | Arctic Research Centre

Interactions of climate, socio-economics, and global mercury pollution in the North Water

New publication by Rune Dietz, Anders Mosbech, Janne Flora, Igor Eulaers

Photo: Carsten Egevang

2018.04.09 | Arctic Research Centre

Present and past dynamics of Inughuit resource spaces

New publication by Janne Flora, Kasper Lambert Johansen, Bjarne Grønnow, Astrid Oberborbeck Andersen, Anders Mosbech

Little auk. Photo: Carsten Egevang

2018.04.09 | Arctic Research Centre

On the crucial importance of a small bird: The ecosystem services of the little auk (Alle alle) population in Northwest Greenland in a long-term perspective

New publication by Anders Mosbech, Kasper Lambert Johansen, Thomas A. Davidson, Martin Appelt, Bjarne Grønnow, Christine Cuyler, Peter Lyngs, Janne Flora

Photo: Peter Schmidt Mikkelsen

2018.04.09 | Arctic Research Centre

Living in an oasis: Rapid transformations, resilience, and resistance in the North Water Area societies and ecosystems

New publication by Erik Jeppesen, Martin Appelt, Kirsten Hastrup, Bjarne Gronnow, Anders Mosbech, John P. Smol, Thomas A. Davidson.

Ringed seal. Photo: Carsten Egevang

2018.04.09 | Arctic Research Centre

Seroprevalence for Brucella spp. in Baltic ringed seals (Phoca hispida) and East Greenland harp (Pagophilus groenlandicus) and hooded (Cystophora cristata) seals

New publication by Christian Sonne, Emilie Andersen-Ranberg, Elisabeth L. Rajal, Jørgen S. Agerholm, Eva Bonefeld-Jørgensen, Jean-Pierre Desforges, Igor Eulaers, Bjørn M.Jenssen, Anders Koch, Aqqalu Rosing-Asvid, Ursula Siebert, Morten Tryland, Gert Mulvad, Tero Härkönen, Mario Acquaronem, Erling S. Nordøy Rune Dietz, Ulf Magnusson

2018.04.07 | Arctic Research Centre

Environmental contaminant mixtures modulate in vitro influenza infection.

New publication by Jean-Pierre Desforges, Christopher Bandoro, Laila Shehata, Christian Sonne, Rune Dietz, Wendy B. Puryear and Jonathan A. Runstadler.

2018.04.06 | Arctic Research Centre

»En naturhistorisk milepæl«: Undervandsrobot har affotograferet isbjerge under havets overflade

Opdagelsen gør det muligt for verdens ingeniører at udvikle præcise beregningsmodeller for, hvordan isbjerget smelter.

2018.03.27 | Arctic Research Centre

Evolution of Early Thule Material Culture: Cultural Transmission and Terrestrial Ecology

New publication by Anna Marie Prentiss, Matthew J. Walsh & Thomas A. Foor.

Photo: Peter Schmidt Mikkelsen

2018.03.26 | Arctic Research Centre

On the integration of ecological and physiological variables in polar bear toxicology research: a systematic review

New publication by T Bechshoft, AE Derocher, M Viengkone, H Routti, J Aars, RJ Letcher, R Dietz, C Sonne, BM Jenssen, E Richardson and NJ Lunn

Photo: Mikael Kristian Sejr

2018.03.26 | Arctic Research Centre

Introducing the North Water: Histories of exploration, ice dynamics, living resources, and human settlement in the Thule Region

New publication by Kirsten Hastrup, Anders Mosbech and Bjarne Grønnow

2018.03.20 | Arctic Research Centre

As icebergs melt in Greenland, scientists need a front-row seat

Melting icebergs are an engine of climate change, but we know surprisingly little about them.

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