18 12 2014
Having received Royal Assent on December 16th, the new federal research organization, the Canadian High Arctic Research Station (CHARS), has been established. As reported by the "Aboriginal Affairs and Northern Development Canada" website, the new station will be located in Cambridge Bay, Nunavut, and "will provide a suite of services for science and technology in Canada's North including a technology development centre, trad...
11 09 2013
"Where does the wind blow from when you stand at the North Pole? From the South!" Our expedition to the Arctic now has first-hand experience of this since the beginning of April. In the early morning hours, reckoned by our Finnish watches, the sun shone in a clear sky and it was almost 30 degrees below zero. The flat, bright ice field around us was immense. Our biggest surprise was the thickness of the sea ice. Almost all of us presumed that the long-term ice would be very thick, but drilli...
18 11 2014
Arctic Portal promotes the participation of young researchers, students, PhD students, future generation of experts on the Arctic, into the debate on Arctic issues. In this new section, "Young Arctic Researchers" , we will publish once a week the best article written by a young researcher. It will be also promoted through our social media, as our Facebook page and Twitter. To help foster visibility of the young authors, the Arctic Portal gives the possibility for authors to show their contact/information. A...
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2014 AGU Fall Meeting, December 15th - 19th
Arctic Frontiers 2015: Climate and Energy, January 18th - 24th
ACAP WG Meeting, January 27th - 30th
PAME WG Meeting, February 3rd - 6th
CAFF Biennial and Board Meeting, February 10th - 13th
The Dynamics of Darkness in the North. Natural, Artificial, Cultural A scientific and artistic multidisciplinary international event, February 26th - 28th
SDWG WG Meeting, March 1st - 3rd
9th Arctic Council Ministerial Meeting, April 23rd - 26th