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Mercury dropping in polar bears

Mercury dropping in polar bears

23/06/2017 kl 11:13 0 kommentarer

For polar bears pushed to shore as summer sea ice vanishes, there appears to be a side benefit — mercury levels are dropping as the animals switch to land-based food sources.

Sølv til Mineralklynge Norge

Sølv til Mineralklynge Norge

19/06/2017 kl 14:31 0 kommentarer

Mineralklynge Norge har – som første klynge i landet – fått europeisk sølvgodkjenning.

Thawing permafrost endangers cultural heritage and buildings on Svalbard. Researcher Anne-Cathrine Flyen of NIKU (the Norwegian Institute for Cultural Heritage Research) has investigated whether the Svalbard Governor’s efforts to prevent thawing around cultural heritage sites on Svalbard has worked. (Photo: NIKU/Flickr)

Climate Change Threatens Svalbard Houses

16/06/2017 kl 11:23 0 kommentarer

Rot turns out to be a serious consequence of thawing permafrost on Svalbard, thus a direct consequence of climate changes in the Arctic.

Thawing permafrost endangers cultural heritage and buildings on Svalbard. Researcher Anne-Cathrine Flyen of NIKU (the Norwegian Institute for Cultural Heritage Research) has investigated whether the Svalbard Governor’s efforts to prevent thawing around cultural heritage sites on Svalbard has worked. (Photo: NIKU/Flickr)

Råte truer husene på Svalbard

16/06/2017 kl 07:00 0 kommentarer

Som en konkret effekt av klimaendringer i Arktis, viser råte seg som en alvorlig konsekvens når permafrosten på Svalbard tiner.

The icebreaker CCGS Amundsen had to divert from its scheduled research expedition to conduct SAR operations in Hudson Bay. (Photo: Tatiana Pichugina/Wikimedia Commons)

Icebreaker Hindered – By Ice

14/06/2017 kl 10:54 0 kommentarer

The icebreaker CCGS Amundsen carrying about 40 scientists has had to abandon its research expedition through Hudson Bay, Canada due to unusually thick ice.

Russian-American New President of Arctic Research Organisation

13/06/2017 kl 13:40 0 kommentarer

Russian-American Andrey Petrov is taking over as chairperson of the International Arctic Social Sciences Association.

Hvis kvoterådet fra ICES blir fulgt av den norsk-russiske fiskerikommisjonen vil skreikvotene reduseres med 20 prosent neste år. (Foto: Johan Wildhagen/Norges Sjømatråd)

Foreslår å redusere torskekvoten

13/06/2017 kl 13:26 0 kommentarer

ICES (det internasjonale havforskningsrådet) anbefaler å redusere neste års torskekvote i Barentshavet med 20 prosent sammenlignet med i år.

Storkobbe nord for Svalbard (Foto: GRID Arendal/Peter Prokosch)

Arctic Marine Life Negatively Affected by Warmer Climate

12/06/2017 kl 13:22 0 kommentarer

A report from more than 60 Arctic scientists states that climate changes have a negative effect on Arctic marine biodiversity.

Storkobbe nord for Svalbard (Foto: GRID Arendal/Peter Prokosch)

Varmere Arktis påvirker dyrelivet negativt

12/06/2017 kl 13:11 0 kommentarer

En rapport utarbeidet av mer enn 60 forskere i arktiske land slår fast at klimaendringene påvirker dyrelivet i Arktis negativt.

“We need to finally and systematically build the future we want, especially in the Arctic,”, says Ken Coates, Canada Research Chair in Regional Innovation at the Johnson-Shoyama Graduate School of Public Policy, University of Saskatchewan Campus.

Science literacy in the north: Do we forget about our youth?

08/06/2017 kl 14:41 0 kommentarer

Scientific education for young people – especially in the northern areas of Canada and the U.S. – is rather limited, despite the fact of the youngsters being literally surrounded by scientists. Ken Coates, Canada Research Chair in Regional Innovation (University of Saskatchewan), argues for an educational system that is better embedded in northern realities.

 
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