Two U.S. partners in INTERACT are opening transnational access for European-based researchers to two field sites in Alaska with support from the U.S. National Science Foundation.
John Hobbie and George Kling synthesize the findings from the NSF-funded Arctic LTER project based in Toolik Lake, Alaska, a site that has been active since the mid 1970's. The book presents research concerning the core...
Preparations for the approaching summer field season are taking place with increasing speed, and the next six months will see a record number of user groups conducting research with support from INTERACT Transnational Access.
Find solutions, contacts and ideas at the conference Environmental eInfrastructures EeI2014, taking place near Ascona, Switzerland, from 29 June to 4 July 2014.
A group of Finnish and Canadian scientists recently published their results from the Zackenberg Research Station in the top journal PNAS.
During last decades the Czech Republic is slowly becoming a more important member of the scientific community in the Arctic. The opportunity of meeting new people and creating new partnerships is important and especially...
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