The Arctic Circle Assembly shows that protecting the Arctic while promoting the development of its inhabitants is at the top of the agenda for many countries just before the climate summit.
Researchers have used experiments to unravel how certain forms of patterned ground develop.
The vaccine was flown from RAF Base Brize Norton to the Falkland Islands. After reloading onto a Twin Otter belonging to the British Antarctic Survey, the flight continued to Rothera Station in Antarctica.
New European research and education network launches collaboration to uncover past climate changes in Antarctica.
The Arctic Circle Assembly, the largest meeting of Arctic stakeholders, will be held again this year as a direct meeting and PolarJournal will be there.
The new satellite’s communications are run through NASA’s ground station at the U.S. McMurdo Research Station in Antarctica.
Last Sunday in Greenland’s capital Nuuk, the new bishop was officially inaugurated in the presence of Queen Margarethe of Denmark.
The RRS Discovery was the first ship designed specifically for scientific research and conducted the first research in Antarctica under Robert Falcon Scott
In a new study, researchers found that cracks in the ice shelf are held together by a slurry of ice, snow and frozen seawater. However, this ice melange has been declining for decades.
Reindeer are one of the farthest north living large mammals and inhabit circumpolar tundra areas in large numbers.
A Swiss botanist from the SLF was also involved in the expedition to the north of Greenland, which among other things discovered the northernmost island in the world.
Humans influenced the climate even before the Industrial Revolution: arrival of the Māori in New Zealand led to forest fires
Bird die-offs seem not to be common, but in the Bering region these dramatic events in the wild have been occurring over the past few years on a regular basis.
Qantas flew from Buenos Aires to Darwin on October 6, a 14,673-kilometre odyssey that took nearly 18 hours. This involved flying long distances along the Antarctic.
While in the Northern Hemisphere last summer saw record high temperatures and forest fires in Siberia, it had never been so cold before at the South Pole.
The British Antarctic Survey and the Falkland Islands Government will be working together again in the coming Antarctic season.
Fieldwork planned for this year on the wrecks of HMS Terror and HMS Erebus has been postponed until summer 2022 due to the coronavirus pandemic.
In Greenland’s new government, a first shake-up has already taken place after the foreign minister was removed from his post.
New archaeological finds of bone material from a cave system provide evidence that large mammals lived in northern Norway during the Ice Age.
UK oil company Harbour Energy said it was considering cashing in an option to exit the Falkland Islands project and would leave Falkland.
Coal production on Svalbard will cease in 2023. Gruve 7 is the last Norwegian state-owned coal company that still produces coal.
In July of this year, the Swiss Camp research site in Greenland had to be finally dismantled and will be replaced by temporary research camps in the future.
After years of struggling to address atrocities committed against indigenous people under Canadian colonial rule, the first national commemoration day honoring the victims is being observed today.
The Australian Antarctic Division will embark on one of its most ambitious summer seasons ever with three ships and a number of aircraft to support the expeditions.