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2019.03.28 | Research news

GEM Scientist of the Month - March

Kirsty Langley is a geophysicist working for Asiaq in Greenland. When asked about working for GEM in the Arctic, Kirsty passionately says: “I love being based in Greenland. Living and working in the GEM focus area gives a whole other dimension, interest and purpose to our work. Since 2015, Kirsty has been employed as a…

2019.02.18 | Research news

GEM Scientist of the Month - February

Charlotte Sigsgaard is a physical geographer in the Department of Geosciences and Natural Resource Management at University of Copenhagen. Charlotte can celebrate 20 years anniversary with GEM this year - she first got in contact with GEM in 1999 as a GeoBasis field assistant in Zackenberg – not expecting to be involved in the same business…

2019.01.31 | Research news

GEM scientist of the Month - January

Mikael Sejr is a senior scientist at the Arctic Research Centre (ARC) at Aarhus University. He has worked for Greenland Ecosystem Monitoring since 2003 when the MarineBasis programme was established in Zackenberg (Daneborg).  When we asked Mikael about his most memorable fieldwork experience, he responded: “That’s a…

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