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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
The Alfred Wegener Institute, Helmholtz Centre for Polar and Marine Research (AWI) and the University of Oldenburg jointly founded the Helmholtz Institute for Functional Marine Biodiversity at the University of Oldenburg (HIFMB). For the establishment of HIFMB, we invite applications for 4 joint W3-professor positions in Marine Conservation Marine Governance Biodiversity Theory Ecosystem Informatics.
Bacteria play a major role in cleaning up oil spills and mitigating its environmental impacts. In a review published in ‘Science of the Total Environment’, researchers from Aarhus University, Denmark, examine the major limiting factors for microbial degradation in Arctic environments.
A cruise report by Marit-Solveig Seidenkrantz, Jarl Regner Andersen, Katrine Juul Andresen, Jørgen Bendtsen, Camille Brice, Marianne Ellegaard, Lasse Nygaard Eriksen, Karen Gariboldi, Cynthia Le Duc, Anders Møller Mathiasen, Tove Nielsen, Siri Ofstad, Christof Pearce, Tine Lander Rasmussen, Sofia Ribeiro, Søren Rysgaard, Hans Røy, Caroline Scholze, Mads Schultz and David Johannes Wangner.
Today we would like to introduce you to our network, the projects comprising the cluster and our joint actions, which you might want to keep an eye on.
Bacteria play a major role in cleaning up oil spills and mitigating its environmental impacts. In a review published in ‘Science of the Total Environment’, researchers from Aarhus University, Denmark, examine the major limiting factors for microbial degradation in Arctic environments.
Researchers from Aarhus University have measured a new world record: Small ice algae on the underside of the Arctic sea ice live and grow at a light level corresponding to only 0.02% of the light at the surface of the ice. Algae are the primary component of the Arctic food web and produce food far earlier in the year than previously thought.

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