23 Sep 2022 Viruses that hitchhike or kill
In the oceans, there are viruses that infect bacteria. Even though they have a major impact on our ecosystems, the research in this area is limited, especially from Arctic environments. Researchers who participated in the Synoptic Arctic Survey 2021 expedition are currently studying this. They want to understand how environmental pollution and climate change affect viruses, bacteria, and ecosystems in the future.
To explain the reasons for the rapid warming in the Arctic, measurements of the atmosphere are needed. On the icebreaker Oden, researchers within the ACAS project have developed an atmospheric observatory to be able to study factors such as changes in clouds and the interactions between the surface and the atmosphere.
05 Sep 2022 Wrapping up a fast-paced field season in Abisko
After more than two years of travel restrictions and limited field research activity due to the Covid-19 pandemic, Abisko Scientific Research Station is finally back to full speed. The summer of 2022 has been one of the busiest summers in the history of the research station, with the station constantly at – or beyond – full capacity, June through September.
Polarforum will be held in Skissernas Museum (Birgit Rausing's hall) in Lund in collaboration with Lund University, on 17 November 2022.
This year's program will include information from the Swedish Polar Research Secretariat, polar research at Lund University, information from funding bodies, current expeditions and other news that are linked to Swedish polar research.
On November 16 from 18:00-20:00, we have an Icebreaker event in Gamla Biskopshuset, Lund.
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