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23.03.2019

Marine mammal biologist at the Greenland Institute of Natural Resources

The Department of Birds and Mammals of the Greenland Institute of Natural Resources is looking for... Read more

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NASA succeeds in finding “cooling” at Ilulissat

Contrary to some expectations, scientists from NASA found evidence of cooling last year in... Read more

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Noise pollution - Better knowledge of the noise in Arctic seas

The sea is not a silent world. There is a lot of noise below the surface. A large part of this... Read more

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New logo - GCRC inters a new decade

In 2019 the Greenland Climate Research Centre is entering a new decade and we celebrate this by... Read more

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18.12.2018

Unchanged catch levels for crab fishery in West Greenland

In most management areas, the crab stock has been at a low level for several years. The advice from... Read more

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[Translate to English:] Hoved af en polarulven ” Krummelangsø” fra Grønlandssamlingen hos Statens Naturhistoriske Museum. Polarulven blev i sin tid fundet af Johan Brus Mikkelsen fra Siriuspatruljen ved Krummelangsø i Grønland, denne ulvens genom er ligeledes en del af studiet.

18.11.2018

Greenland’s Arctic wolf is unique

ISOLATED POPULATION: In Greenland lives the world’s probably rarest and – scientifically speaking –... Read more

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03.11.2018

Million kroner grant for Greenlandic aspiring scientist

Biologist Sascha Schiøtt from the Greenland Institute of Natural Resources has received around 1.7... Read more

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03.11.2018

Same amount of shrimp as last year may be caught in 2019

105,000 tonnes of shrimp may be caught in West Greenland in 2019. This means that the biological... Read more

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