The Arctic Frontiers 2015 science section “Climate and Energy” will address three main themes: Arctic climate change – global implications Ecological winners and losers in future Arctic marine ecosystems The Arctic’s role in the global energy supply and security
Professor Snorre Olaussen presented his work in the Petroleum Geoscience session at the Geological Winter Meeting held in Stavanger January 12 – 14.
Meet our new employees in the ARCEx organisation.
Leader of the Environment Risk Management group in ARCEx, Prof. JoLynn Carroll, will be present at the poster session Thursday 22 Jan 12:50 – 14:30, @main conference area.
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ARCEx deltok i debatten omkring petroleumsforskning og etikk på dagens Frokostmøte ved Universitetet i Tromsø (Uit).
Delivering knowledge to improve environmental risk management for Northern Norway’s marine ecosystems
The conference “Norway-Russia, Research Cooperation and Development in the High North” was arranged by The Research Council of Norway 19.-20. November 2014, Oslo. The conference focused on petroleum resources, energy-political cooperation and social development in the Arctic region, and is linked to “Norway’s Arctic Policy for 2014 and beyond – a summary” which was recently published by…
In collaboration with the POLARISATION project (http://site.uit.no/polarization) a long term experiment was initiated in June 2014 by Dr. Jasmine Nahrgang to study the chronic effect of crude oil exposure on adult polar cod.
The ARCEx centre was formally opened on the 25.th of February, at the Institute of Geology UiT The Arctic University. We would like to thank all of you that came and made this a great day! Follow the continuation of the centre here on www.arcex.no, and feel free to contact us for any questions. [Show…