2015.05.04 | Funding opportunities

Apply for funding to establish interdisciplinary networks

Researchers at AU can now apply for funding to establish innovative interdisciplinary research networks at the university. The deadline for application is 8 June 2015 at noon.

photo:Nicolas-Xavier Geilfus

2015.04.16 | Arctic Research Centre

Melt ponds aid CO2 sequestration from the atmosphere

A new study documents CO2 uptake in melt pond covered first year ice and estimate that these processes contribute with a carbon uptake of 10.4 Tg of C yr-1 in the Arctic.

2015.03.31 | Arctic Research Centre

New website brings together the Arctic research of the Danish realm

ISAAFFIK Arctic Gateway is the name of a new Arctic web portal, which opens on April 8 and will be a dynamic tool for anyone working in the Arctic.

2015.03.27 | Environment, climate and energy

Glacial Outburst Floods in Greenland Discharge Mercury

Mercury contamination has long been a threat to animal carnivores and human residents in the Arctic. Mercury exports from river basins to the ocean form a significant component of the Arctic mercury cycle, and are consequently of importance in understanding and addressing this contamination.

2015.03.23 | Course, Arctic Research Centre

Livet som dansk studerende i Nuuk

Vi er fem studerende fra Danmark, der i dette semester er flyttet til Nuuk for at studere Arktiske forhold ved Grønlands Naturinstitut som en del af vores kandidatgrad.

2015.03.12 | Arctic Research Centre

Oil in ice: New research project initiated at ARC

A new research project seeks to improve our understanding of the environmental effects of oil contamination in the Arctic. The principal researcher of the project is Leendert Vergeynst who just started a 2-year postdoc period at Arctic Research Centre.

2015.03.10 | Conference

Call for papers: NACS-XI 2015

"A Land Shaped by Water: Perspectives on Canada", Turku, Finland, Wed 12 - Sat 15 August 2015

2015.03.02 | Arctic Research Centre

Solen påvirker klimaet mere i kølige perioder

Solens aktivitet er en vigtig faktor i det komplicerede samspil, der styrer vores klima. Nu viser ny forskning, at påvirkningen fra Solen ikke er konstant over tid, men har større betydning, når det er køligere på Jorden.

2015.03.02 | Arctic Research Centre

Call open until 31st March for European-based research groups for transnational access to four North-American sites in the INTERACT network

Two Canadian and two U.S. partners in INTERACT (International Network for Terrestrial Research and Monitoring in the Arctic) open a call for transnational access for European-based research groups.

Atlantic halibut, Hippoglossus hippoglossus, a species with potential for future transfer via the NE and NW Passages. Photo: Peter Rask Møller, University of Copenhagen, Denmark.

2015.02.16 | Environment, climate and energy

A warmer climate creates historical change in fish species in the northernmost waters

An international research team representing various areas such as fish taxonomy, trophic ecology, fisheries science, climatology, oceanography and ecological modeling is behind the new sensational study.

Grønlands Naturinstitut i Nuuk vil i foråret huse en flok internationale kursister, der skal få mere viden om arktiske forhold. Foto: Lars Malta Rasmussen.

2015.02.11 | Arctic Research Centre

Aarhus Universitet udbyder ny tværfaglig arktisk uddannelse i Nuuk

Aarhus Universitet er med i et samarbejde, der står bag et nyt uddannelsesforløb med speciale i arktiske forhold. Uddannelsen er for universitetsstuderende fra hele verden.

In spring, the Greenland Institute of Natural Resources in Nuuk will welcome international students who are keen to gain more knowledge about Arctic conditions. Photo: Lars Malta Rasmussen.
Sanna – the new research vessel of the Greenland Institute of Natural Resources – will act as basis for one of the new natural-scientific courses in Nuuk. Photo: Leiff Josefsen.

2015.02.09 | Education news

Arctic nations cooperate on new interdisciplinary education i Nuuk

French, Belgian, English, Greenlandic, Danish. Corridors, laboratories and meeting rooms are going to buzz with different languages at the Greenland Institute of Natural Resources (GINR) when a new science education initiative is set in motion on February 13.

Den gennemsnitlige temperatur i det nordlige Grønland, hvor Villum Research Station ligger, er -14° C, og på denne tid af året er den omkring -50° C. (Foto: Stephan Bernberg)

2015.02.05 | Arctic Research Centre

Ny forskningsstation skal belyse klimaændringer i Arktis

En ny dansk forskningsstation i Grønland, som åbner til marts, skal give klimaforskere adgang til nye typer af undersøgelser i det arktiske område. Et af de første projekter skal vise, hvorfra sod i luften over Arktis kommer.

2015.02.02 | Arctic Research Centre

AIAS-COFUND Fellowships

Up to 12 AIAS-COFUND (Marie Curie) Fellowships available Aarhus Institute of Advanced Studies (AIAS) is pleased to announce that up to 12 AIAS-COFUND Fellowships are available for talented researchers in the second round of applications. The scheme is co-funded by Aarhus University's Research Foundation and the European Union’s 7th Framework…

2015.01.27 | Arctic Research Centre

Climate change redistributes fish species at high latitudes

For millions of years, large parts of the marine biotas of the North Atlantic and North Pacific have been separated by harsh climate conditions in the Arctic. A new study, just published in Nature Climate Change, underlines that climate change has begun to weaken this natural barrier promoting the interchange of fishes between the two oceans along…

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