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Understanding the Arctic -- NSF-funded expeditions cover new ground in climate science
The effects of climate change appear in the Arctic before becoming apparent in other regions, but scientists know little about the Arctic sea floor. (2006-12-28)
The Arctic as a messenger for global processes -- climate change and pollution
The Arctic as a Messenger for Global Processes -- Climate Change and Pollution is a scientific conference that will gather more than 400 of the leading international experts on climate change, pollution, ecosystems and societies in the Arctic. (2011-04-19)
Change is the order of the day in the Arctic
Climate change in the Arctic is occurring at a faster and more drastic rate than previously assumed, according to experts attending the AMAP conference in Copenhagen. (2011-05-11)
Increase in Arctic cyclones is linked to climate change, new study shows
A new study in Geophysical Research Letters uses historical climate model simulations to demonstrate that there has been an Arctic-wide decrease in sea level pressure since the 1800's. (2014-02-18)
Research priorities for the Arctic have been defined
The leading international Arctic research organisations have set common scientific objectives for the coming decade. (2016-02-18)
Journal highlights Arctic sea ice study by UM professor
New research by University of Montana bioclimatology Assistant Professor Ashley Ballantyne models the influence of Arctic sea ice on Arctic temperatures during the Pliocene era. (2013-07-09)
The Arctic Ocean is becoming more like the Atlantic
The eastern Arctic Ocean is becoming more like the Atlantic Ocean, a new study combining remote sensing and local data finds. (2017-04-06)
Media registration opens for Arctic Science Summit Week
Media registration is open for the 2016 Arctic Science Summit Week and Arctic Observing Summit, which will be held March 12-18 at the University of Alaska Fairbanks in Fairbanks, Alaska. (2015-12-15)
Arctic influences Eurasian weather and climate
Over the past decades the Arctic has lost 65% of its sea ice volume. (2017-12-07)
New translation explores life of man who staked Canada's claim in Arctic
Predictions that the Arctic Ocean could be free of summer ice as early as 2030 are putting increased pressure on the Canadian government to ensure its northern boundaries are respected. (2009-11-25)
Arctic sea ice thinning at record rate
The thickness of sea ice in large parts of the Arctic declined by as much as 19 percent last winter compared to the previous five winters, according to data from ESA's Envisat satellite. (2008-10-28)
Arctic warming linked to combination of reduced sea ice and global atmospheric warming
The combination of melting sea ice and global atmospheric warming are contributing to the high rate of warming in the Arctic, where temperatures are increasing up to four times faster than the global average, a new University of Melbourne study has shown. (2012-07-06)
Global climate hot topic for AAAS conference in Anchorage, AK
When it comes to global climate change, effects of the phenomenon are seen in Arctic regions first. (2004-09-29)
Who knew? Ammonia-rich bird poop cools the atmosphere
Publishing in Nature Communications, atmospheric scientists Jeff Pierce and Jack Kodros present evidence linking ammonia emissions from summertime Arctic seabird-colony excrement, called guano, to newly formed atmospheric aerosol particles. (2016-11-17)
IPY follow-up requires year-round research on Arctic and global warming
Arctic and Antarctic research teams pulled back to warmer climates when the International Polar Year wrapped last March. (2009-09-10)
Arctic sea ice diminished rapidly in 2004 and 2005
The Arctic Ocean's perennial sea ice shrank abruptly by 14 percent between 2004 and 2005, according to a newly published study. (2006-09-13)
Climate change experts gather in Anchorage, Alaska
Experts on climate change in Alaska and the Arctic will gather in Anchorage on Friday, Sept. (2004-09-22)
Top scientists to discuss global changes at arctic conference in Miami
Hundreds of the world's top scientists and policymakers are expected to attend the State of the Arctic conference at the Miami Hyatt Regency from March 16-19, 2010. (2010-02-25)
Mammoth injuries indicate humans occupied Arctic earlier than thought
The carcass of a frozen mammoth with signs of weapon-inflicted injuries suggests humans were present in the Eurasian Arctic 10 millennia earlier than previously thought. (2016-01-14)
Exceptional view of deep Arctic Ocean methane seeps
Close to 30.000 high definition images of the deep Arctic Ocean floor were captured on a recent research cruise. (2015-06-24)
Researchers take on atmospheric effects of Arctic snowmelt
Researchers at the University of Alaska Fairbanks' Geophysical Institute are exploring the changing chemistry of the Arctic's atmosphere to help answer the question of what happens as snow and ice begin to melt. (2017-09-19)
Arctic warmth unprecedented in 44,000 years, reveals ancient moss
Using radiocarbon dating, new research in Geophysical Research Letters has calculated the age of relic moss samples that have been exposed by modern Arctic warming. (2014-01-21)
Arctic Science Summit Week press program available
The press program for the 2016 Arctic Science Summit Week is now available online. (2016-03-08)
Scientists zero in on Arctic, hemisphere-wide climate swings
In the late 1990s, as scientists were reaching consensus that the Arctic had gone through 30 years of significant climate change, they began reading the first published papers about the Arctic Oscillation, a phenomenon reported to have hemisphere-wide effects. (2002-08-29)
Worldwide research network needed to really understand what is changing in the Arctic
An Ohio State University geologist today outlined a new plan to oceanographers that would consolidate much of the world's studies on the Arctic region into a global observation network. (2007-02-17)
NASA scientists watching, studying Arctic changes this summer
As we near the final month of summer in the Northern Hemisphere, NASA scientists are watching the annual seasonal melting of the Arctic sea ice cover. (2014-08-21)
Melting Arctic ice cap at record
With Arctic ice cap at record low this summer, University of Calgary geography professor John Yackel predicts serious consequences for the planet. (2012-09-24)
Arctic 2050: Towards ecosystem-based management in a changing Arctic Ocean
About 150 scientists, policy makers and members of industry are gathering today at the 4th European Marine Board Forum in Brussels to discuss how best to manage the consequences of a changing Arctic Ocean for human health and well-being. (2014-03-12)
Influence of sea-ice loss on Arctic warming is shaped by temperatures in the Pacific Ocean
The Arctic amplification phenomenon refers to the faster rate of warming in the Arctic compared to places farther south. (2016-05-02)
54th Annual Arctic Science Conference highlights extreme events
The 54th annual Arctic Science Conference will take place in Fairbanks at the Westmark Hotel Sept. (2003-09-08)
Tundra study uncovers impact of climate warming in the Arctic
Significant changes in one of the Earth's most important ecosystems are not only a symptom of climate change, but may fuel further warming, research suggests. (2015-07-06)
US collaborates with Arctic Coastal States to improve nautical charts
The United States today joined other Arctic Coastal States in a mutual effort to develop nautical charts that will improve the safety of mariners transiting the Arctic. (2010-10-07)
1,000-year-old Arctic ponds disappearing due to global warming
Research has uncovered alarming evidence that high Arctic ponds, many have been permanent bodies of water for thousands of years, are completely drying out during the polar summer. (2007-07-02)
Arctic science conference to focus on northern sustainability
More than 150 scientists are expected to attend the 59th annual American Association for the Advancement of Science Arctic Division conference in Fairbanks, Alaska, Sept. (2008-09-11)
An Arctic example: How scientific collaboration can foster international stability
In this Policy Forum, Paul Arthur Berkman et al. underscore how international scientific collaboration in the Arctic can help align common interests among countries experiencing geopolitical conflict. (2017-11-02)
Projected winter Arctic sea-ice decline coupled to Eurasian circulation
When a model simulates a larger sea-ice decline, how does the circulation outside the Arctic change? (2017-12-07)
UAF scientists share results of arctic research on global warming
Several hundred international scientists studying environment change in the Arctic will meet Nov. (2001-11-09)
Predicting when the Arctic will have an ice-free summer
For every metric ton of carbon dioxide that's emitted into the atmosphere, there is a direct correlation in the amount of Arctic sea ice that is lost, a new study shows. (2016-11-03)
International think tank to examine Arctic issues
Polar policy expert Peter Harrison, director of the School of Policy Studies at Queen's University, will be one of the featured speakers this week at an international think tank on (2010-11-02)
Melting Arctic sea ice accelerates methane emissions
Methane emissions from Arctic tundra increase when sea ice melts, according to a new study from Lund University in Sweden. (2015-09-17)
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