Arctic ecosystems and climate change: longitudinal patterns in nutrient uptake and biodiversity in streams
Fieldwork / Study
Geolocation is 74.464457449149, -20.580139160156
The overall aim of this project is to determine how climate induced changes in cryospheric and hydrological processes will influence biodiversity and ecological function in High Arctic stream ecosystems. In the field season 2018 we will primary production and nutrient export in small streams near Zackenberg research station.
|Title||Course start date||End date||Organisation||Department||Project study region|
|Nitrogen in rocks: an overlooked nutrient source in Arctic aquatic ecosystems||17.09.2019||16.09.2021||Aarhus University (AU)||Department of Bioscience||Greenland, North-East|
|Nutrient limitation of primary producers in High - arctic streams 2014||01.07.2014||29.07.2014||Aarhus University (AU)||Arctic Research Centre (ARC)||Greenland, North-East|
|Climate and lake ecosystem dynamics in the high Arctic, over the Holocene, using lake sediment records||02.08.2016||18.08.2016||Aarhus University (AU)||Department of Geoscience, Department of Bioscience||Greenland, North-West|