The Arctic Permafrost Atlas serves as a critical and urgent call to action, emphasizing the immediate need to address the profound consequences of climate change.
The “Permafrost Days 2023” gathered together scientists with local stakeholders in NWT, Canada to discuss the relevance and applicability of scientific results in communities.
Longyearbyen, Svalbard, has become a showcase of Arctic climate change. However, we know little about how these changes are dealt with locally. This article examines climate change impacts and adaptation in this non-Indigenous “community of experts”.
A modelling study suggests that Arctic shelf permafrost is a globally important long-term carbon sink storing double the amount stored in lowland permafrost.
While over 99% of coastal arctic rivers drain small catchments, future projections of land-ocean fluxes are based on data from large rivers. New study encourages inclusion of smaller catchments to support assessments of arctic ecosystem change.
Nunataryuk final General Assembly starts today at the beatufiful Verbania on the shore of Lago Maggiore close to Milan Italy.
On Tuesday 21 March Nunataryuk will present the latest on permafrost research in an EU PolarNet 2 webinar.
Thawing permafrost affects many people's lives in the Arctic. How do local inhabitants view permafrost change? Take a look at it in our Story Map.
Field work in Ilulissat, Greenland continues in close collaboration with the community.
Science communications are essentially about conveying an extremely complex and specialised messaged in a way that is understandable to anyone. Doing that, visualisation is a key.
The second leg of the expedition starts with the island flooded and wind gusts up to 65km/h. However, Grizzly and seal sightings make up for it!