Seven US undergraduate students and two faculty members ventured north for 4 weeks during July and August 2008 to continue research in the Linné Valley on the west Coast of Spitsbergen as part of the ongoing Svalbard Research Experience for Undergraduates (REU) program.

Aboriginal Studies, Labrador History, Linguistics, Anthropology, or Archeology Labrador Institute, Memorial University Goose Bay, Labrador, Canada

Canadian Network for the Detection of Atmospheric Change Northern Experience Program Resolute and Eureka, Nunavut

New Book Set Available

Tue, Oct 28, 2008
Contaminants in Permafrost and Freezing Ground Environmental Resource Library By Thomas L. White, PhD Permafrost Environmental Consulting Inc.

2-year Postdoctoral Position in Atmospheric Sciences 3-year PhD Student Position in Atmospheric Chemistry 3-year PhD Student Position in Snow-Ice-Atmosphere Processes The Norwegian Polar Institute Tromso, Norway

6th International Kastelli Symposium "Focus on Future Generations" Oulu, Kastelli Research Centre, Finland 20-21 November 2008

UArctic Students Make History

Fri, Oct 24, 2008
In June, these students will become the first North American graduates of the University of the Arctic.

Matt Strzelecki has been extensively involved with IPY research projects and the organizing of several international conferences.

Publication Available

Wed, Oct 22, 2008
Professional Paper 1386K: Glaciers of Alaska By Bruce F. Molnia US Geological Survey