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by Mads C. Forchhammer
Aarhus University Press
Det kan allerede være en realitet om under 100 år, men kræver omtanke og svære valg.
Aarhus University research predicts forests similar to those found in Alaska and western Canada could thrive in parts of Greenland by the year 2100
Et internasjonalt forskningsteam har i august drevet registrering av gåsebeiting på tundraen på Svalbard.
In 2100, a warmer climate will allow the growth of trees and bushes in large parts of Greenland that are currently ice-free. This will mean both risks and opportunities for the Greenlanders, according to a new analysis led by researchers from Aarhus University.
Collaboration between universities spiced with industrial contributions awaits students at new course on environmental impacts of Arctic mineral resources exploitation (course number 11830).
252 researchers have gathered knowledge of fauna and flora in the Arctic to be published in a new report this autumn. Already now the report creates debate on the action power of the Arctic Council.