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Grønlandske barn er blitt høyere

16/08/2018 kl 11:02 0 kommentarer

En ny studie viser at Grønlandske barn har blitt høyere og har fått bedre helse.  



Norsk-amerikansk samarbeid om blå vekst  

Norsk-amerikansk samarbeid om blå vekst  

16/08/2018 kl 07:00 0 kommentarer

Nordområdesenteret (NOS) ved Nord universitet og Institute of the North i Alaska drar nå i gang det treårige kunnskapsprosjektet AlaskaNor.



Klima og plast i fokus på Framdagen 2018

14/08/2018 kl 12:52 0 kommentarer

Hva betyr klimaendringene for miljøet i nord, og hva kan forskerne gjøre for å bedre sikkerheten for skipstrafikk i Arktis?



Arctic sea ice. (Credit: Alfred-Wegener-Institut / Mario Hoppmann (CC-BY 4.0))

Very low Spring ice but no new record summer minimum

07/08/2018 kl 09:48 0 kommentarer

With half the year over, Arctic sea ice extent continues on historically low levels also in 2018.



UNIIN - Barents project meeting in Petrozavodsk, Russia.

Norwegian and Russian stakeholders share the same visions in the Barents region

28/06/2018 kl 12:22 1 kommentar

Stakeholders in the Norwegian and Russian part of the Barents region by and large have common visions for Arctic development. They are also highly aware of – and demonstrate – a high degree of coherence on several important issues.



From their base on the frozen-in Polarstern, researchers will conduct studies on the development of the Arctic sea ice during the MOSAiC expedition.
(Photo: Alfred Wegener Institute/Stefan Hendricks)

Largest Ever International Arctic Research Project Launched

28/06/2018 kl 11:50 0 kommentarer

The MOSAiC (Multidisciplinary drifting Observatory for the Study of Arctic Climate) project was launched in Berlin, Germany yesterday.



Ice conditions are among the riskiest factors for Arctic shipping. The German research icebreaker Polarstern in the central Arctic Ocean.  (Photo: Alfred-Wegener-Institut / Mario Hoppmann (CC-BY 4.0))

East Siberian Sea Most Dangerous for Arctic Shipping

28/06/2018 kl 11:06 1 kommentar

The risk for ship accidents varies across different Arctic seas. The East Siberian Sea has been found to be most dangerous for ships.




From the left; marine researcher Jan H. Sundet, skipper Kjell Endresen and expedition manager and researcher Ann Merete Hjelset, who are currently on an expedition to map the prevalence of snow crab in the Barents Sea. (Photo: Courtesy of the Norwegian Institute for Marine Research/Gunnar Sætra)

First Norwegian Snow Crab Mapping

25/06/2018 kl 14:18 0 kommentarer

The Norwegian Institute of Marine Research is currently conducting the first mapping of snow crab in the fisheries protection zone near Svalbard.



English or Danish as primary foreign language for future pupils in Greenland – that is the question. (Photo of the children: Kitte Witting)

A Long Way to Go for English in Greenland

11/06/2018 kl 12:48 0 kommentarer

There is still a long way to go before English replaces Danish as primary foreign language in Greenland.



English or Danish as primary foreign language for future pupils in Greenland – that is the question. (Photo of the children: Kitte Witting)

Langt frem for engelsk på Grønland

11/06/2018 kl 12:00 0 kommentarer

Det er høyt opp og langt frem før engelsk erstatter dansk som første fremmedspråk på Grønland.



 
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