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2016.03.21 | Research news

ZERO Zackenberg, ZERO Daneborg, Young Sund and Tyrolerfjord is now on Google Streetview

Thanks to a good effort from Asiaq last summer, Zackenberg Research Station can now be explored in Google Streetview. In addition, two boat trips where made to the ZERO Daneborg station facility and into Tyrolerfjord.   Zackenberg Research Station - Zackenberg Bridge - Zackenberg Climate Station - ZERO Daneborg - Tyrolerfjord  

2016.02.04 | Research news

GEM synthesis workshop 17-19 November 2015

The workshop was held at Sandbjerg Gods in South Jutland, Denmark

2015.07.31 | Research news

INTERACT - a new and updated version of the INTERACT Station Catalogue has been published

The INTERACT Station Catalogue 2015 is available in digital format (114 MB).

2015.06.18 | Research news

Zackenberg Forskningsstation (in Danish only)

Interview med viceinstitutleder Mikkel P. Tamstorf, Bioscience, Aarhus Universitet, i DR P1 Eftermiddag

2015.06.15 | Research news

20 år med forskningsstationen Zackenberg

Stationen fungerer hver sommer som en magnet for forskere fra hele verden, der blandt andet studerer klimaforandringer, den arktiske biologi og økosystemers sammenhæng.

2015.06.12 | Research news

9 videnskabelige opdagelser fra det nordøstligste Grønland (in Danish only)

Forskningsstationen Zackenberg fejrer 20 års jubilæum – her er 9 opdagelser man har gjort deroppe.

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

Koblingen mellem indlandsis, fjord og CO2-optag afdækkes i Godthåbsfjord (in Danish only)

Processerne omkring afsmeltningen af Grønlands indlandsis har mistet lidt mere af deres mystik. Forskere ved Grønlands Naturinstitut har i samarbejde med internationale forskere tilføjet ny viden om meteorologi, kemi, biologi og fysik i samspillet mellem Grønlands indlandsis og Godthåbsfjord.

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.

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