Tales from the Kajbasovo Station in Siberia, Russia (Part 2)

Research Station Kajbasovo is operated by the Tomsk State University, and it is located in the floodplain of the middle course of the River Ob with coordinates: N57°24’45,38″ E84°18’06,17″ The Station has 28,000 hectares as the main research area and about 0,18 hectares for Station infrastructure. Station serves as an infrastructure centre for a lot […]

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Tales from the Kajbasovo Station in Siberia, Russia (Part 1)

Hello everyone! We are environmental and social scientists of the Tomsk State University in Russia writing this blog post, and we are the main “users” of the Research Station Kajbasovo and carry out there a number of researches of wide scientific range. A group of researchers from the TSU Bio-Clim-Land Center conducts regular all-season observations […]

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Tales from the Western Arctic Research Centre (WARC) -Part 2

WARC staff are actively involved in research and monitoring programs throughout the Northwest Territories.  WARC has a strong GIS research program, supporting community driven hazard mapping and climate monitoring, in addition to supporting the development of mineral strategies in the Western Arctic.  The staff at WARC lead research projects related to wind, solar, and heat […]

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Tales from the Western Arctic Research Centre (WARC) -Part 1

Hello! Drin Gwiinzii! Uvlumi! Salut! My name is Erika Hille.  I am a PhD student at Queens University and the Special Projects’ Coordinator for the Western Arctic Research Center (WARC; one of the regional research centers of Aurora College) located in Inuvik, Northwest Territories, Canada.  I have been with WARC for 9 years.  My research […]

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Whirlwind and what comes after

The past spring has been a whirlwind, so much has happened and in so unpredictable and fast-paced way. In February, we announced the trans-national access decisions to stations in a regular manner, and had more than 60 projects of excellent science starting to plan their field work for the summer. In March, the situation had […]

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Meetings and greetings

The call for INTERACT Transnational Access is in good speed and we’ve already received so many inquiries regarding it, indicating a high number of good quality applications for the call! In relation to the call we’ll also go to several meetings to greet the scientists working in arctic research to tell about the possibilities related […]

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The 4th and final TA call is open!

Wow has the time been flying!!! Our 4th and final Transnational and Remote Access Call of our current EU-H2020 funding period is now open for access taking place in April-August 2020. The call is for research groups to apply Transnational Access to 42 research stations across the Arctic and northern alpine and forest areas in […]

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New TA User Groups prepare to summer field season

Spring is in full speed here at INTERACT TA Coordination office, as well are the preparations for the approaching summer field season. The next months will see a record number of user groups conducting research with support from INTERACT Transnational Access -we have a whopping 61 user groups are currently preparing for their Transnational Access […]

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Season’s Greetings

It’s the final week before Christmas, and things are starting to slow down after a busy autumn. Most of the time in November was spent in handling the TA application and evaluation process, and updating the budget for the INTERACT TA supported field work in 2019. Moving further in the stages of the TA application […]

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It’s time to apply TA!

With September starting up, the autumn has arrived. As the summer field season is approaching to its end, it’s time to start planning of the forthcoming research activities. For that, we have now opened the Transnational Access call for projects taking place between March 2018 and April 2019. You can learn more about the Transnational […]

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