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Scientists and crew members of a British research ship studying Arctic climate change had a close encounter with one of the Arctic’s iconic creatures after spotting a polar bear. The Royal Research Ship James Clarke Ross is in the Arctic as one of several summer research projects of the Natural Environment Research Council’s Arctic Research Programme (ARP).More information on this article
As the ARP's project to investigate and model the sources of methane gas, its transport and its role in Arctic atmospheric chemistry, gets underway, prinicpal investigator Professor John Pyle muses on the latest campaign.More information on this article
Success for the ACCACIA flights but fog threatens the mission as the scientists fly high above the sea ice north of SvalbardMore information on this article
The second part of the MAMM Lapland air sampling road trip – August 12-17, 2013. Top of the Continent to the Baltic – Saturday Aug 17, 16:00 UTMore information on this article
New UK report shows that respect for Arctic states, local people and the environment is fundamental to Arctic engagement. It also highlights Arctic Research Programme's importance.More information on this article