Interested in Red Foxes, Corvids and Lemmings?

We have just posted a new video interview with Dr. Dorothee Ehrich (Dept. of Arctic and Marine Biology, University of Tromsø), and a researcher the Climate-ecological Observatory for Arctic Tundra COAT, where she works mostly with arctic foxes on the Varanger Peninsula, northern Norway but also with snow, red foxes, small rodents and other components of the tundra

Picture of researchers and Nenets herders on the Yamal tundra

CHARTER Kick Off Tomorrow: Hear from the Project Leader!

The EU funded CHARTER (Drivers and Feedbacks of Changes in Arctic Terrestrial Biodiversity) will hold our kick off meeting tomorrow (October 6-8). While all of us were greatly looking forward to gathering and brainstorming together, as in-person communication is so valuable for science, creativity and new thinking, these extraordinary times require adaptation and new approaches and due the

Sun over the Yamal tundra

CHARTER project kick off meeting October 6-8

The CHARTER project (Drivers and Feedbacks of Changes in Arctic Terrestrial Biodiversity) is holding its kick off meeting for all project participants on October 6th to October 8th. Given the ongoing travel restrictions and uncertainties as regards COVID-19 it has been decided that the meeting will be held virtually with the management team and leadership participating from Rovaniemi,

EU funded CHARTER project starts up

Prof. Bruce Forbes to coordinate a major international project 27.4.2020 13:15 Advancing adaptive capacity of Arctic communities. This is the aim for CHARTER, a new EU Horizon 2020 funded project, coordinated by Professor Bruce Forbes of Arctic Centre. The European Commission has just signed the papers and work can begin. CHARTER (Drivers and feedbacks of