ASP in the News
Article (in Danish) on Videnskab.dk about Mads Forchhammer's new book "Zackenberg - on the edge of winter".
Global warming is not only a bad thing. Studies from Aarhus University show that trees and shrubs will be able to grow in Greenland.
Radio interview with Professor Jens-Christian Svenning, AU
An article about pink-footed geese and the Svalbard tundra (in Norwegian)
Report from Zackenberg about climate change (Danish news piece).
Arctic cyclones are driven by low-pressure systems in which winds of up to 100 km/h blow counter-clockwise in spiral more than 1,000 kilometres across. They occur in both winter and summer, but are usually stronger in winter.
Two Canadian facilities allow for controlled experiments on snowmelt and sea ice in an attempt to understand their role in the global transport of chemicals, from CO2 to crude oil. Read more about the work of Frank Wania and Torsten Meyer (University of Toronto) creating artificial drifts to simulate aging of snow and track chemical transport from snow grain to air; and the work of Fei Wang (University of Manitoba) creating artificial sea ice in the new Sea-ice Environmental Research Facility (SERF) the first and only outdoo