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Looking into the future of Arctic winters

The snow-covered valley of Adventdalen on Svalbard, where Lund University has a long-term monitoring site to study greenhouse gas exchange. Extreme winter warming may worsen Arctic climate feedbacks. Frans-Jan Parmentier was recently funded for his research to fill the gaps of knowledge about Arctic winter processes.

Messengers from the past

Live foraminifera as seen in microscope: Photo Helena Filipsson Marine microorganisms tell us about past low oxygen conditions. Professor Helena Filipsson was one of the LU researchers that received funding for research recently from the Swedish Research Council. Her project is focused on improving some of the techniques used for understanding oxygen levels in marine environments.

Research grants to LUCCI scientists

money Funding for research on improving environmental indicator techniques, historic volcanic activities, solar system history and Arctic warming winters.

LUCCI - Lund University Centre for studies of Carbon Cycle and Climate Interactions

Department of Physical Geography and Ecosystem Science

Lund University

Sölvegatan 12

S-223 62 Lund, Sweden