More about: Presentation of the RAW project during the 39th Polar Symposium in Sopot

The traditional meeting of the Polish polar community took place in Sopot on May 18-19. The organizers and hosts of this year’s conference were the Institute of Oceanology, Polish Academy of Sciences, the Polish Polar Consortium, the Committee on Polar Research and the Polar Club of the Polish Geographical Society.

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More about: First publication within RAW project!

We are happy to inform that research team: Dr. Katarzyna Koziorowska-Makuch (Institute of Oceanology Polish Academy of Sciences, Poland), Dr. Beata Szymczycha (IO PAN), Prof. Helmuth Thomas (Helmholtz-Zentrum Hereon, Germany), Prof. Karol Kuliński (IO PAN) has published their scientific findings in paper “The marine carbonate system variability in high meltwater season (Spitsbergen Fjords, Svalbard)”.

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More about: Dr. Łukasz Stachnik obtained e-microNUT project

Dr. Lukasz Stachnik from University of Wrocław, researcher at RAW project, has received funding for a project titled “e-microNUT Chemical and morphological properties of glacier-derived amorphous minerals bearing bio-essential micronutrients (High Arctic),” which will run from November 2022 untill March 2023 as part of the activities of the Electron and X-ray microscopy Community for structural and chemical Imaging Techniques for Earth materials (EXCITE) network funded by Horizon 2020.

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Scientists from the Institute of Geophysics of the Polish Academy of Sciences, the Institute of Oceanology of the Polish Academy of Sciences and the University of Wroclaw, as part of the project “RAW – Retreat And Wither” – What is the influence of glaciers recession from tidewater to land-based on the marine biological production and biogeochemistry in the Arctic?” carried out a series of measurements during this year’s summer research work in the Arctic.

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