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On the 13-16th of June 2017 the University of Oslo is inviting to several events in relation to the Kristian Birkeland Anniversary, the general information about the different events programmed for this week can be found here Birkeland Symposium: The registration for the Birkeland Symposium in Oslo is now open. Registration needed if you wan […]
The EU-PolarNet is the world’s largest consortium of expertise and infrastructure for polar research. Seventeen countries are represented by 22 of Europe’s internationally-respected multi-disciplinary research institutions. An overview os the institutions can be found here The EU-PolarNet has launched a survey which may be of interest to our members. The survey aims at giving you […]
Where is Bergen in Arctic Research? Time: November 17th 2016 at 17:00-20:00 Place: University of Bergen, Geophysical Institute. The symposium was held in Norwegian with English slide shows. These were two of the presentatiosn during the symposium: INTAROS – Integrated Arctic Observing System – by Stein Sandven, Research Director at NERSC Rettslege utfordringar ved eit Arktis […]
The marginal ice zone. Cross-cutting challenges which require interdisciplinary research, management and policy Time: January 26th 2017 at 14:00-16:00 Place: UiT – Auditorium UB In cooperation with The University Centre in Svalbard, the University of Tromsø / the Arctic University, the North-University, the Norwegian Polar Institute, the University of Oslo and the Nansen Environmental Centre, […]
Professor Stein Sandven at the Nansen Environmental and Remote Sensing Center (NERSC) is the coordinator for the research project INTAROS (Integrated Arctic Observation System), which has received funding of more than 15 million EUR from the EU framework program Horizon 2020. The project is implemented in partnership with the following Norwegian institutions: NERSC, UiB, IMR, […]
The Norwegian Scientific Academy for Polar Research has recently signed a Collaboration Agreement with the Russian Geographical Society.
Follow the link to read the Norwegian Ministry of Justice and Public Security’s recommendations for Svalbard’s development: https://www.regjeringen.no/no/dokumenter/meld.-st.-32-20152016/id2499962/
A tale of summer and ice: Manuscript evaluating the Declaration on unregulated fishing under ice-free conditions in the Central Arctic published in Marine Policy by NVP-NERSC-UNIS summer school students.
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