Increasing marine traffic, decreasing catch rates, more tourists, more violent weather followed by more disasters and invasion of new species. These are some of the challenges Greenland and Nunavut are facing in the future. Now, a recent report gives good advice on how to deal with the changes.
Applications are invited for graduate work at the Master’s and PhD level within the Centre for Earth Observation Science (CEOS) ( at the University of Manitoba, in Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada.
Four courses focusing on Arctic Environmental Management and Society is offered for natural and social science graduate students in Nuuk Greenland during the autumn semest
The EU funded project ARICE (Arctic Research Icebreaker Consortium) offers fully funded transnational access to research icebreakers.
  • Patterns of arctic ecosystem variability and change. The position is available from 1 August 2018 or later.
Marie Sklodowska-Curie Actions (MSCA) Call – this funding supports individual North American researchers to conduct research at a university, research institute, or company in Europe. The MSCA IF also offer an opportunity for European researchers to conduct research in North America.

MARCH 19, 2018 — More Arctic sea ice is entering the North Atlantic Ocean than before, making it increasingly dangerous for ships to navigate those waters in late spring, according to new research led by the University of Manitoba.

In this July 21, 2017, file photo, broken sea ice emerges from under the hull of the Finnish icebreaker MSV Nordica as it sails through the Victoria Strait while traversing the Arctic's Northwest Passage.

Fully Funded Transnational Access to the Research Icebreakers CCGS Amundsen, RV Siquliak and PRV Polarstern