New season, new bloggers! Part 2

After a nearly two-year break in the “Blogs from the Field”, we are finally able to start a new season of Arctic Research Blogs! This summer, we are delighted to present you with several new blogs from various places in Greenland, Svalbard and Canada.

Before the research travel to the field and the make their first posts, it’s time to first introduce you with our bloggers of the season! In this second post of the series we’ll introduce you with Michał Kolasa, blogging from Zackenberg Research Station in Greenland.

Michał is a member of the Symbiosis Evolution Research Group at the Jagiellonian University, located in Kraków, Poland. The group is studying how microbiome composition changed on the community level in the past decade. During their access visit, the team will collect insects for these microbiome studies from the Zackenberg Valley.

Join the adventure by following Michał’s blog Micro-allies during mega-crisis? The role of the microbiome in insect community responses to climate change.

You will meet more of our new bloggers over the next couple of weeks, so stay tuned to INTERACT Arctic Research Blogs!

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