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New paper about the seismic monitoring of jökulhlaups at the A.P. Olsen Ice Cap

A paper about the seismic monitoring of jökulhlaups, or glacial outburst floods, at the AP Olsen Ice Cap in North-East Greenland is out. Read the paper in the Journal of Glaciology here.
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ORF: “Die Datensammler des Klimawandels”

Der ORF gibt in diesem Artikel einen Einblick in die österreichische Klimaforschung. Annett Bartsch (b.geos) und Marion Greilinger (ZAMG) vom APRI erzählen über die Erforschung arktischer Permafrostböden und heimischer Gletscher. Hier geht es zum Beitrag: https://orf.at/stories/3148167/
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Torradagar, Faroe Islands

Prof. Wolfgang Schöner and Christoph Ruhsam are invited to the cultural Torradagar days to the Faroe Islands to talk about the Arctic and the impacts of climate change. In a multimedia talk (Ruhsam) and a scientific lecture (Schöner), the two APRI affiliates…
Lecture
EnMoTe Lecture: Everything you always wanted to know about the Sámi Council
Multimedia
Barbara Hinterstoisser im KinderUni Interview über den Klimawandel in der Arktis
Lecture
Vanishing Ice: Workshop and Panel Discussion
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The University of Graz about avalanche research on Greenland
Annual Meeting
APRI Annual Meeting in Graz
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uni:view Video about Sigrid Irene Wentzel’s Research
Annual Meeting
Annual Meeting of the Austrian Polar Research Institute
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Andreas Richter: “If we want to limit climate change, we need to act fast”
Lecture
Polar Talk #3
Allgemein
Polar Film Fest at the University of Innsbruck
Lecture
EnMoTe Lecture: Michael Bravo
Odobenus rosmarus (Miller) | Renate Degen | APRI
Blog
An ecological database for the Arctic Ocean
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Uni Vienna Medienportal: Andreas Richter on his cool permafrost research
Blog
The ESA on Annett Bartsch and b.geos’ projects
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10 Questions for Peter Schweitzer
Lecture
Peter Schweitzer: The High North as Part of the Global South?
© Christoph Ruhsam, www.pure-landscapes.net | APRI
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Multimedialer Vortrag “Frozen Latitudes”
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EnMoTe Lectures
Report
Report of the 2nd Arctic Science Ministerial
Online
Research Group EnMoTe has launched its new website