Paradise lost? The changing Arctic OceanPosted: 12th October 2020
The Arctic Ocean region is changing faster than anywhere else on the planet.
Arctic sea ice is being increasingly melted from below by warming Atlantic waterPosted: 18th September 2020
In a recent article that Prof Rippeth wrote for the The Conversation, he explains how the science is revealing the change and acceleration of processes taking place in the Arctic Ocean.
Siberia’s permafrost erosion has been worsening for yearsPosted: 16th September 2020
The Arctic is warming faster than any other region on the planet. As a result, permafrost that is thousands of years old is now being lost to erosion.
Variability in the Arctic Carbon CyclePosted: 14th September 2020
GEOMAR scientists study seasonal changes in the Arctic Ocean
Scientists discover ‘tiger’ of the plankton world enjoys its veg tooPosted: 16th July 2020
With large teeth, hooks and poison glands, arrow worms have been nicknamed the tigers of the plankton world and are believed to be successful carnivorous hunters of the deep – but new evidence from a Scottish researcher has shown that the creature may enjoy its ‘greens’ too.
New warning over climate change from Siberian Arctic – BBC NewsPosted: 15th July 2020
Stark new findings of an international team of scientists led by the UK Met Office has raise profound questions about the future of the earth’s climate.
Biological clocks keep ticking in the Arctic OceanPosted: 15th July 2020
Marine biologists studying how climate change affects the Arctic found that despite permanent daylight during the Arctic summer internal biological clocks continue to provide the rhythm of life.
Biogeochemical Consequences of Climate-Driven Changes in the ArcticPosted: 26th May 2020
New Frontiers Research Topic edited by “Changing Arctic Ocean” scientists available to view online. Publications in this topic examine the cascading effects of climate change on Arctic Ocean carbon and nutrient dynamics, including important feedbacks on local and regional budgets.
‘Hidden’ water in the ocean could be key to understanding how creatures feedPosted: 21st April 2020
MYSTERIOUS patches of ‘hidden’ water could help scientists understand how ocean creatures feed. Scottish scientists working with marine robots have measured previously hidden patches of water between the Arctic and Atlantic oceans that could dramatically alter the understanding of how the ocean’s food web forms.
As the Arctic warms, light pollution may pose a new threat to marine lifePosted: 5th March 2020
Thanks to climate change, more humans are able to pass through the Arctic, and they’re making the region’s once black polar night brighter.
Sian Henley débuts on BBC2’s “Winterwatch”Posted: 27th January 2020
Sian Henley has been invited to take part in BB2’s “Winterwatch”, a nature and environment programme.
Strathclyde mathematician joins Arctic climate change venturePosted: 14th August 2019
A mathematics researcher at the University of Strathclyde has joined a scientific venture to the Arctic Ocean which is to understand the behaviour of tiny organisms that are key to the food chain.