Arctic Research Blogs is a blog site of INTERACT, an EU-H2020 project that offers researchers access to the Arctic and northern alpine and forest areas through a Transnational Access Programme.
Transnational Access is currently available to over 40 terrestrial field stations located in European, and North-American Arctic, and also in northern alpine and forest areas. The latest blogs, available under “Blogs from the field”, highlight the research supported via INTERACT Transnational Access in summer 2021.
Much of the field work was cancelled or postponed during the past two years due to the pandemic, but finally the situation is getting better, there will be a lot of research going on again, and we are ready to welcome a new season of bloggers and readers for summer 2022!
Blogs are posted by scientists that are using the opportunity to do field work on a wide variety of topics, but all related to the Arctic and northern environment. The blogs can be found in the top menu, while all posts from the previous field seasons are gathered under “Archived blogs” in the top right menu.
Join the adventure by reading the Arctic Research Blogs!
Blog header photo: Jonas Lembrechts
*the opinions and views expressed in the blogs are the researchers’ own, and do not necessarily represent the views of the INTERACT project.