Professor Søren Rysgaard tells about climate change to US Secretary of State John Kerry, Danish Minister for Foreign Affairs Kristian Jensen, Greenlandic Prime Minister Kim Kielsen and Greenlandic Minister for Foreign Affairs Vittus Qujaukitsoq in Ilulissat. Photo KNR.

2016.06.20 | Arctic Research Centre

Søren Rysgaard guides John Kerry in Greenland icefjord

US Secretary of State John Kerry witnessed climate change in Greenland

Muskox, the largest herbivore in the Arctic. Photo Lars Holst Hansen, Aarhus University.

2016.06.19 | Arctic Research Centre

Predators and vegetation determine the distribution of herbivores in the Arctic

New research from ARC sheds light on Arctic biodiversity patterns

Photo Lars Holt Hansen, Aarhus University.

2016.06.17 | Arctic Research Centre

Sitting on gold and Perspectives on skills

New anthology and a report on informally acquired skills in Greenland

2016.06.15 | Arctic Research Centre

Isaaffik2 launched

A new version of the web portal Isaaffik Arctic Gateway

Prof David Barber. Photo University of Manitoba.

2016.06.07 | Arctic Research Centre

David Barber visiting ARC in June-July

Prof Barber is a Arctic marine scientist with a focus on climate forcing of sea ice

2016.06.02 | Arctic Research Centre

Arctic sea ice at a record low

Sea ice in the Arctic Ocean is at a record low for this time of year, as monthly temperature records soar around the world

Measurement of greenhouse gases in Greenland. Photo Lise Lotte Sørensen.

2016.05.25 | Arctic Research Centre

Large grant for measuring greenhouse gases

Collaboration between ARC, DTU, University of Copenhagen and Roskilde University will increase our understanding of the emission of greenhouse gases in Denmark and Greenland

Professor Søren Rysgaard explains glacier retreat to Lars Løkke Rasmussen, Donald Tusk and Kim Kielsen. Photo Jakob Kirk Jensen.

2016.05.20 | Arctic Research Centre

High level politicians visit Greenland

Professor Søren Rysgaard informs the President of the European Council Donald Tusk, Denmark’s Prime Minister Lars Løkke Rasmussen and the Prime Minister of Greenland Kim Kielsen about climate change

Research facilities in Greenland. Source:

2016.05.12 | Arctic Research Centre

Greenland Science Special

In May, ScienceNordic has special focus on research in Greenland

2016.05.11 | Arctic Research Centre

Visiting scientist at ARC

Marine biologist Johnna Holding from Spain is visiting ARC in May

2016.05.10 | Arctic Research Centre

Postdoc position in Arctic Marine Cryospheric Chemistry

Centre for Earth Observation Science seeks a research associate to examine freezing-temperature chemical and biogeochemical processes across the Arctic sea ice environment

2016.05.02 | Arctic Research Centre

Internship opportunities for Danish students

UArctic is launching a call for intern positions in Arctic matters. Application deadline 31 May 2016.

Muskoxen. Photo Lars Holst Hansen, Aarhus University.

2016.04.21 | Arctic Research Centre

Show me your rump hair and I will tell you what you ate

New research reveals the dietary history of muskoxen in Greenland

The Danish Defence operates in the Arctic throughout the year. Exchange of data and information between them and researchers benefits all involved parts. Photo: Defence Centre for Operational Oceanography.

2016.04.14 | Arctic Research Centre

More cooperation between Arctic scientists and the Danish Defence

Danish Defence has expertise within oceanography, meteorology, hydrography and remote sensing

2016.04.08 | Arctic Research Centre

Newsletter from Arctic Research Centre

Arctic workshop, climate change, upcoming events and more

Showing results 136 to 150 of 347

Previous 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 Next