Arctic Geophysics

Sep
05

Apply now for spring courses 2019

5 September 2018

Application is now open for UNIS spring courses. The application deadline is 15 October 2018.

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Jan
23

Summer/autumn courses 2018 open for application

23 January 2018

Apply now for our summer semester courses (and autumn semester courses in Arctic Geophysics)! Application deadline is 15 February 2018.

 

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Dec
14

Green light for the Nansen Legacy

14 December 2017

The Norwegian Research Council has approved the research application for the Nansen Legacy (Arven etter Nansen). The first research cruise will take place from 19 July 2018 with the new research vessel “Kronprins Haakon”.

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Oct
20

Cruising Isfjorden – RV Lance’s last research cruise

20 October 2017

13 students from the course AGF-214 Polar Ocean Climate recently spent a week on board RV Lance together with lecturers, researchers and technicians from UNIS. The research cruise was Lance’s last cruise before she was taken out of the Norwegian Polar Institute’s service.

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Sep
20

Aurora forecast in 3D!

20 September 2017

The Aurora Forecast 3D app is released just in time for the dark season. It forecasts the aurora oval up to +0, +1, and +4 hours ahead in time at any location on the planet using a 3D graphical layout.

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Sep
11

Apply for spring courses now

11 September 2017

Application is now open for UNIS spring courses. The application deadline is 15 October 2017.

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May
10

Heating and vertical winds in dayside Aurora

10 May 2017

Åsmund Skjæveland has studied the details of the atmospheric mechanisms that take the energy from the northern lights and create warm and vertical winds. Skjæveland will defend his PhD thesis on Friday 12 May at the University of Oslo.

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Apr
22

March for Science Longyearbyen: A big success!

22 April 2017

Today Longyearbyen marched for science. About 110 people gathered to march for science, not silence.

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Mar
16

How much do YOU contribute to the melting of sea ice in the Arctic?

16 March 2017

The amount of Arctic sea ice in summer decreases every year. How much do you and I contribute to this? How much does a roundtrip by airplane to Oslo or the running of the Longyearbyen power plant contribute to the melting each year?

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