Q-ARCTIC receives ERC Synergy Grant

By November 10, 2020News

We cordially congratulate Annett Bartsch (b.geos) and her colleagues from the Max-Planck-Institute and the University of Helsinki with the ERC Synergy Grant for the project Quantify disturbance impacts on feedbacks between Arctic permafrost and global climate – Q-ARCTIC! The project aims to quantify disturbances of the feedback between Arctic permafrost and the global climate by applying a coupled land-surface model that depicts landscape traits and disturbance processes in high resolution, by the use of remote sensing.

You can read more about the project here: https://mpimet.mpg.de/kommunikation/aktuelles/single-news/q-arctic-erc-synergy-grant-fuer-victor-brovkin

The ERC Synergy Grant is a highly competitive research grant from the EU, and the project was funded with 10 million euro.