North American Arctic

North American Arctic

The North American Arctic comprises North Canada, the northern portion of Alaska, and Greenland. …
Snow in the Arctic ecosystem

Snow in the Arctic ecosystem

How does snow form? Is Arctic snow different from that of the lower latitudes? How do researchers …
Siberia

Siberia

Siberia is a multinational, vast geographical area in northern Asia, belonging to Russian …
Arctic phytoplankton

Arctic phytoplankton

Phytoplankton is the base of several aquatic food webs. It’s a group of microorganisms …
Why is thawing permafrost dangerous for Earth’s climate?

Why is thawing permafrost dangerous for Earth’s climate?

You will learn what permafrost is and where it occurs. Next, you will dive into the topic of …
Environmental problems of the north

Environmental problems of the north

Even in the most pristine of northern Europe, we have lost almost all the long stretches of intact …
The Green Shift, where 2+2 is never 4

The Green Shift, where 2+2 is never 4

The Green Shift is like Jekyll & Hyde. Will it save the planet, or is it just greenwashing? In …
Comparison of Arctic and Antarctic fauna

Comparison of Arctic and Antarctic fauna

What polar regions of the Earth have in common? What are the weather and climate like in the far …
Too many or too few wild animals?

Too many or too few wild animals?

When humans decided to conquer the world, we took on the responsibility to manage most wildlife. …
Life on glaciers

Life on glaciers

There are about 200,000 glaciers in the world. They can be as tiny as a football field or as big …
Tundra animals and climate change

Tundra animals and climate change

Will the toughness of tundra animals be their benefit or their bane in a changing climate? The …
Fennoscandia and its culture

Fennoscandia and its culture

In this educational tool-kit, your pupils will learn about why and where there is a region called …
Plants adaptations to the Arctic climate

Plants adaptations to the Arctic climate

Polar regions have very unique adaptations to the Arctic climate how do they work? GO TO TEACHERS& …
Northern lights

Northern lights

Northern lights are a phenomenon that has fascinated people for centuries. Colorful lights …
Zooplankton in the Arctic

Zooplankton in the Arctic

Zooplankton, small floating or weakly swimming organisms that drift with water currents and, with …
Ecotoxicology

Ecotoxicology

What is toxic, how does bioaccumulation and biomagnification work, how do toxins influence Arctic …
Taiga animals and climate change

Taiga animals and climate change

The taiga is the deep boreal forests of the north. Where the wolves roam, brown bears pick, …
Arctic soils and nutrient cycle

Arctic soils and nutrient cycle

What are soils, why are they important and how are they formed? What factors are crucial for their …
Climate & change in the north

Climate & change in the north

Heavier rainstorms, more landslides, the winds howling more often, a longer summer The good or bad …
Invasive species – intro

Invasive species – intro

Do you know what happens when a new species arrives in an area where it does not belong? In this …
Animal adaptability to climate change

Animal adaptability to climate change

In this educational tool-kit, your pupils will learn about the amazing and sometimes odd ways …
Polar bear

Polar bear

Polar bear is the true king of the Arctic! Why? Because in that cold climate, as an apex predator, …
Air pollution in polar regions

Air pollution in polar regions

Learn what is air pollution and why such phenomenon occur in sparsely populated polar regions. …
Svalbard

Svalbard

Svalbard is an archipelago halfway between Norway and the North Pole. It is the northernmost year …
Ocean currents

Ocean currents

How are ocean currents formed, do they differ from waves? How do they influence the climate, …
Greenland

Greenland

Learn all about the history (including truly fascinating geological history) of the world’s …

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