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2015.06.12 | Research news

Zackenberg Research Station celebrates its 20th anniversary

Twenty years of Arctic research puts Denmark on the world map. In 1995, visionary researchers established the Zackenberg Research Station in North-East Greenland to monitor climate change in the area. Today – twenty years later – the climate change is precisely described in a unique data set.

2015.06.04 | Research news

Muskox boost Arctic-mire carbon uptake

Animals graze around half the land on Earth, affecting the plants that grow there, the soil, and the carbon sink. Now, a team from Lund University, Sweden, and Aarhus University in Denmark has found that excluding muskox (Ovibos moschatus) from mires in Greenland reduces their carbon uptake but increases their methane emissions.

2015.05.22 | Research news

New telephone number at Zackenberg Research Station

Zackenberg Research Station has got a new telephone number 00 8816 7773 9103.

2015.04.08 | Research news

New website brings together the Arctic research of the Danish realm

ISAAFFIK Arctic Gateway is the name of a new Arctic web portal, which opens on April 8 and will be a dynamic tool for anyone working in the Arctic.

2015.03.27 | Research news

The new GEM database is now live!

2015.03.11 | Research news

Data from the climate station at Zackenberg

Data from the main climate station in the Zackenberg Valley, Northeast Greenland, is shown with one day delay and includes air temperature, soil temperature, air pressure, relative humidity, incoming shortwave radiation, wind speed, wind direction and snow depth. The climate station is run by ClimateBasis (Asiaq) - part of the GEM programme.

2015.02.27 | Research news

INTERACT: Call for transnational access to four North-American sites is open until 31st March

Two Canadian and two US partners in INTERACT are opening transnational access to European-based research groups for conducting studies at their field sites in 2015.

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