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2019.05.29 | Research news

Scientist of the Month - May

The scientist of the month, Katrine Raundrup has been a researcher for several years, focusing on large terrestrial mammals and their habitats. Her interest in the Arctic was triggered by lectures on arctic and polar sciences when she was a student at University of Copenhagen. This led her into doing her masters on muskoxen in Kangerlussuaq…

2019.04.29 | Research news

GEM Scientist of the Month - April

Some people get triggered by the Arctic from early childhood, while others take their detours in foreign regions and ecosystems. This month's GEM Scientist of the month, Lars Holst Hansen from Aarhus University, spent many of his teenage years hiking and canoeing in the Scandinavian North. But with a Master in biology within behavioural…

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…

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