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The focus is to increase the fundamental understanding of surface exchange processes, interaction of energy, particles and climate gases as well as particle and cloud formation in the cold atmosphere.
The focus is to examine the role of sea ice, glaciers and permafrost on physical, chemical and biological conditions in the Arctic.
One part focusing on terrestrial environments, and one focusing on aquatic environments.
The focus is on contaminants in the earth system as well as and the range of research topics linked to the analyses of sediments.
The focus is on how research can stimulate innovation, enhancing the two-way communications between our scientific and engineering teams and the practical implementation of the science and technology targeted directly at economic development in both Denmark, Greenland and internationally.
The ARC education team will create exceptional education program in the area of Arctic sciences through a coordinated approach to course and curriculum development, creation of teaching resources, and designing of field schools.
The focus is on exploring the potential of using historical climatological records as evidence for changing environmental conditions in the Arctic.