The Zackenberg secretariat is planning for a normal season at Zackenberg 2022. Deadline for applications for field visits in 2022 is February 15, 2022.
Zackenberg and Daneborg are situated within the National Park in Northeast Greenland and access is therefore regulated in accordance with the legal stipulations issued by The Greenland Government in an Executive Order.
When going to Zackenberg Research Station or its branch facility at Daneborg you must complete the Zackenberg application form thereby providing all pertinent information – and submit the completed form to the Zackenberg secretariat (firstname.lastname@example.org) at Department of Bioscience, Aarhus University.
Please notice that applying for access to Zackenberg or Daneborg presupposes the applicant and co-workers to comply with the regulations and conditions stated in the ZERO Site Manual.
When filling out the online application forms, it is recommended not to use Electronic signatures.
Photo: Henrik Spanggård Munch
Before you apply for money for your project:
When you have received funding for your project:
After you have sent the Zackenberg access application form:
After you return from Zackenberg:
As you are guest at Zackenberg, you will be covered by the Zackenberg expedition permit in the National Park, and you do not need to apply for this. However, if your research will include activities not complying with the National Park regulations, you are required to apply the Government of Greenland for additional permit(s)/dispensation well in advance. Please go to Additional Permits | Expeditions.gl to find all relevant information regarding permits from the Government of Greenland, before going to Zackenberg. Additional permissions may be required, for example regarding research on mammals, minerals or genetic resources etc. It is your own responsibility to ensure that all relevant permits are obtained prior to field work, but please contact the Zackenberg secretariat if in doubt.