Gunhild (Ninis) Rosqvist is professor of at the Department of Physical geography at Stockholm University. She leads research on the sensitivity of polar environments to climate change/variability and pollution using bio-geo-chemical and physical indicators in snow, ice, water, sediments and vegetation. As a prof II at University of Bergen (UiB) she develops projects with focus on the Norwegian Arctic. As the director of Tarfala Research Station (TRS, SU) she is a manager of EU FP7 INTERACT. IN REXSAC she serves as the scientific director and also leads Research Task 2: Impacts of multiple pressures on Arctic landscapes and societies.
- An analytical framework for more holistic impact assessments
- Leakage from old copper mine
- Research initiative intensifying at final conference on Swedish mountain environment
- How stressed are reindeer?
- Det nya klimatet/The new climate
- Future Mountains, a new film