Dr. Hanne H. Christiansen is Professor in physical geography. Professor Christiansen is on sabbatical from 1 October 2021 to October 2022.
My main research topic is periglacial geomorphology with focus on permafrost and its climatic controls.
I am the coordinator of the ‘Permafrost Observatory Project: A Contribution to the Thermal State of Permafrost in Norway and Svalbard’ (TSP Norway) IPY research project.
Hanne Christiansen in UNIS news:
18.12.2020: Permafrost climate change observation system with local and Arctic importance
25.03.2020: Digital Education Resources
12.12.2019: UNIS partner in new Centre of Excellence in Education
29.04.2019: Funding for cross-disciplinary project in student active learning
05.02.2019: New climate report: Svalbard could become 10°C warmer
11.09.2018: Increased focus on leadership within education and research
01.12.2016: International Permafrost Association (IPA) secretariat opened at UNIS
19.09.2014: Permafrost investigations at 81°36’ N
30.07.2013: New knowledge about permafrost improving climate models
23.06.2010: UNIS partner in new Nordic Centres of Excellence
20.06.2010: Svalbard has the warmest permafrost in the High Arctic
06.04.2010: High N2O production from thawing permafrost
23.09.2009: Satellites monitor the permafrost landforms in Svalbard
15.05.2009: Check the state of the permafrost online