Katka Kopalova awarded a GACR Junior grant to reconstruct changes of Antarctic lake ecosystems

Katka Kopalova awarded a GACR Junior grant to reconstruct changes of Antarctic lake ecosystems

Ongoing climate warming significantly affects lake ecosystems in the Maritime Antarctic Region. Katka Kopalova was awarded a Czech Science Foundation (GACR) Junior grant to study…

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CryoEco has a new logo!

CryoEco has a new logo!

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Summer 2015 fieldwork in Greenland is done

Summer 2015 fieldwork in Greenland is done

After two and a half months our field season in Greenland is finally over. We have collected a number of samples from different subglacial sites…

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Melt season in Greenland under way

Melt season in Greenland under way

Finally, after a few warm days (a.k.a. ‘heat wave’) the melt season is under way on the Greenland ice sheet, and ‘our’ river is rising…

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Field work on Leverett Glacier river has commenced

Field work on Leverett Glacier river has commenced

CryoEco has gathered in Kangerlussuaq, Greenland, and successfully invaded Camp Doom, previously set up by University of Bristol researchers and located near Leverett Glacier and…

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Tyler Kohler joins CryoEco

Tyler Kohler joins CryoEco

We are very happy to welcome new postdoc Tyler Kohler in the CryoEco group. Tyler has recently got a PhD from the University of Colorado,…

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Field kit shipped to Greenland

Field kit shipped to Greenland

Our field kit has just left Copenhagen and is on its way to Kangerlussuaq, Greenland. We sincerely hope to see it again in Kangerlussuaq on…

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CryoEco project partner on Black&Bloom, a large consortium grant to study bioalbedo

CryoEco project partner on Black&Bloom, a large consortium grant to study bioalbedo

We are proud to be project partner of Black&Bloom, a large consortium led by Professor Martyn Tranter at the University of Bristol and funded by…

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New paper on microbes in Greenland surface ice

New paper on microbes in Greenland surface ice

New paper has been published in Frontiers in Microbiology on the abundance of microbial cells in surface ice on the Greenland Ice Sheet, with Marek…

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