• Float by Pennie Lindeque, DIAPOD

    Changing Arctic Ocean: Implications for marine biology and biogeochemistry

    Understanding and quantifying the impacts of climate change on Arctic ecosystems and their global consequences

  • DSC_1045 by Johan Faust, ChAOS

    Changing Arctic Ocean: Implications for marine biology and biogeochemistry

    Understanding and quantifying the impacts of climate change on Arctic ecosystems and their global consequences

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  • Bear reflection by Dr Emily Venables, Arctic PRIZE

    Changing Arctic Ocean: Implications for marine biology and biogeochemistry

    Understanding and quantifying the impacts of climate change on Arctic ecosystems and their global consequences

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  • 09 May 2018

    UK scientists return to the Arctic Ocean to measure climate change threat to marine life

    The £16 million, UK flagship programme of Arctic research returns today on a scientific cruise to the Arctic Ocean.

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  • 17 April 2018

    Glasgow Science Centre on Arctic Cruise

    Craig Rooney of the Glasgow Science Centre is getting on-board a ship heading to the Arctic on 23 April 2018. He is accompanying scientists from the Arctic PRIZE project on their  2-week research cruise to the Barents Sea.

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Opportunities

From time to time, the Changing Arctic Ocean Programme has opportunities to recruit PhD students and post-doctoral research associates (PDRAs).
View available opportunities below:

  • 07/06/2018

    The emerging Marginal Ice Zone: the seasonal evolution of sea ice floe size distribution and the impact of climate change and feedbacks

    Opportunity for a fully funded PhD studentship to work with leading experts in sea ice remote sensing and numerical modelling.

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