formy glacjalne

Postglacial relief of northern Eurasia

More than 2.5 million years ago, the Earth’s climate cooled significantly. …
jaskinie i człowiek

Caves and human

Caves are naturally formed voids in rocks of such size that a person can enter them (crawl, …
Arctic climate

Climate of the Arctic

The Arctic has a cold climate. This is mainly because the Earth’s axis is tilted relative to the …
Svalbard

Svalbard [EN]

Svalbard is a Norwegian archipelago, located between mainland Norway and the North Pole. …
Arctic Hydrology

Arctic hydrology

Water in the Arctic that either fell as rain or melted from snow and ice, flows via different …

Paleoclimatology

What is paleoclimatology, what are archives and proxies? …

Iceland

Inhabited by the descendants of the Vikings, a volcanic island torn between two retracting …

Wildlife technology

What mainly sets humans apart from other animal species is our technological abilities. …
Alaska's landscape

North American Arctic

The North American Arctic comprises North Canada, the northern portion of Alaska, and Greenland. …
badania śnieżne

Snow in the Arctic ecosystem

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

Siberia

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

Arctic phytoplankton

Phytoplankton is the base of several aquatic food webs. …

Why is thawing permafrost dangerous for Earth’s climate?

You will learn what permafrost is and where it occurs. …

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 is like Jekyll & Hyde. Will it save the planet, or is it just greenwashing? …

Comparison of Arctic and Antarctic fauna

What polar regions of the Earth have in common? …

Too many or too few wild animals?

When humans decided to conquer the world, we took on the responsibility to manage most wildlife. …
zdjęcie lodowca na Spitsbergenie

Life of glaciers

There are about 200,000 glaciers in the world. …

Tundra animals and climate change

Will the toughness of tundra animals be their benefit or their bane in a changing climate? …

Fennoscandia – and its outdoors 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

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

Northern lights

Northern lights are a phenomenon that has fascinated people for centuries. …

Zooplankton in the Arctic

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

Ecotoxicology

What is toxic, how does bioaccumulation and biomagnification work, how do toxins influence Arctic …

Taiga animals and climate change

The taiga is the deep boreal forests of the north. …

Arctic soils and nutrient cycle

What are soils, why are they important and how are they formed? …

Climate & change in the north

Heavier rainstorms, more landslides, the winds howling more often, a longer summer …

Invasive species

Do you know what happens when a new species arrives in an area where it does not belong? …

Can animals adapt to climate change?

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

Polar bear

Polar bear is the true king of the Arctic! …

Air pollution in polar regions

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

Ocean currents

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

Greenland

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

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