The intensive field work is drawing to a close but the work is far from over. With our scat, spider and tissue samples collected and kept in labelled bags in the freezer, it is now time to sort through our collections and turn them into computer files.
Living in a cloud!5 August 2016 | Gisela Åberg, Nedim Curic
You can plan everything to the smallest detail, but there is always something beyond your power that could put a spoke in your wheel. In our case it was rain and poor visibility.
A birthday to remember1 August 2016 | Lukas Scholz
During periods of intensive fieldwork, when you are in the field (almost) every day without the routine of a normal working hours, it is easy to lose track of which day of the week it actually is.
First week20 July 2016 | Christine Godeau
We just finished up our first week here in Abisko, which ended in a memorable way.
Arctic Islands 2016 has started13 July 2016 | Fredrik Dalerum
The second field season of our project Arctic Islands has finally started.
In Abisko to evaluate the climate change on terrestrial Arctic ecosystems and compare to Arctic islands7 July 2016
n 11 July researchers will initiate a long-term monitoring program at the Abisko Scientific Research Station to evaluate the impacts of climate change on terrestrial Arctic ecosystems and compare to Arctic islands.