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09.10.2018

Help Pinngortitaleriffik solve the cod mystery

Next week cod fishers in Nuup Kangerlua should keep an eye out for the so-called satellite pop-up... Read more

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02.10.2018

Our team is expanding, and we are looking for a new colleague

The Greenland Climate Research Centre is a department at the Greenland Institute of Natural... Read more

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02.10.2018

Pollution puts orcas at risk

Many orca populations worldwide are endangered. The reason is high levels of PCB, which can... Read more

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28.09.2018

Reduction on adviced mackerel catch again this year

The biomass of mackerel has more than halved from 4.8 million tonnes in 2010 to 2.4 million tonnes... Read more

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17.09.2018

We must adapt to climate change together

A team of scientists from Canada, Greenland and Denmark has been studying some of the challenges... Read more

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04.09.2018

Significantly fewer mackerels – especially in Greenlandic and Icelandic waters

Yesterday, the results of this summer’s mackerel surveys were published by the International... Read more

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27.08.2018

Full speed ahead for a new research vessel

It is an important and significant event that Inatsisartut’s Finance and Fiscal Affairs Committee... Read more

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Greenland porpoises touring the North Atlantic

New research shows that these small, tough whales swim much further away from the shore and dive... Read more

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