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ARCTIC STUDIES AT AALBORG UNIVERSITY Course 03.09.2018
Greenland at the Crossroads: Climate change, Asian interests in the Arctic and developments in Greenland Course 03.09.2018
Seasonal Occurrence of marine mammals based on Passive Acoustic Monitoring Project 03.09.2018
FIELD SURVEY FOR DRINKING WATER FROM MELTWATER RIVERS Project 05.09.2018
Introduction to Physical Hydrology Course 06.09.2018
RV SANNA CRUICE 9 - Nuuk Fjord and Ameralik - Greenland halibut, shrimp and cod trawl survey Project 10.09.2018
Environmental governance in the Arctic: Policy processes and the economic dimension Course 24.09.2018
Ecosystem survey of Ilulissat Icefjord Project 01.11.2018
Polarforskerdag 2018: Fremtidens polarforskning Conference Event 15.11.2018
Programme for monitoring of the Greenland ice sheet Project 20.11.2018
ARICE Project 30.11.2018
Carbonyl sulfide measurements in the GISP2D ice core from Summit, Greenland Project 01.01.2019
Doctoral Dissertation Research: Technological Choice and Human-Animal Relationships: A Bird's Eye View from the Rat Islands, Alaska Project 01.01.2019
STEM at the Poles! Research Experiences for Formal and Informal Educations in the Polar Regions Project 01.01.2019
Engaging Early Career Polar Scholars in the North Pacific Arctic Conference and Network: Honolulu, HI - August 14-16, 2019 Project 01.01.2019
Collaborative Research: What Controls Calving? A Greenland-wide Test of Terminus Change Mechanisms Project 01.01.2019
Representing surface meltwater runoff in Greenland ice sheet models Project 01.01.2019
STEM at the Poles! Research Experiences for Formal and Informal Educations in the Polar Regions Project 01.01.2019
Doctoral Dissertation Research Improvement Grant- Historical Ecology at Alluitsoq Fjord: Inuit Negotiations of World Systems Changes in Colonial-Era Greenland Project 01.01.2019
Enhancing the Value of MOSAiC through Coordination and Outreach Project 01.01.2019
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