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REXSAC’s researcher Gunhild “Ninis” Rosqvist interviewed by AFP

In a video interview by AFP, REXSAC director Ninis Rosqvist measures the south peak of Kebnekaise massif and discusses seeing the impact of a warming…

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New articles in The Journal of Northern Studies

REXSAC researchers, Dag Avango and Annika E. Nilsson have recently published articles in issue 2 in 2020 of the The Journal of Northern Studies. The journal…

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Film launch: Resource Extraction and Sustainable Arctic Communities

The Nordic Centre of Excellence REXSAC has conducted research with the overall aim of contributing with new knowledge needed to develop practices and processes that…

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Christian Fohringer’s PhD Defence

Title: Adaptations of mobile ungulates in a changing North. Thesis: Access thesis here. Defense date: Friday 19 March 2021, 09:00 -12:00 CET. Location: Department of Fish, Wildlife and Environmental…

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REXSAC Scientific Director Ninis Rosqvist on Radio Sweden

Reindeer husbandry is an industry that is vulnerable to the negative effects of climate change. In an interview with Radio Sweden Niila Inga, a Swedish reindeer herder in…

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Meet REXSAC PhD students: Christian Fohringer

Discover the ninth episode of our Q&A series with REXSAC PhD students. This time meet Christian Fohringer, a PhD student at the Department of Wildlife, Fish and Environmental…

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Ny bok – Arktiska spår: Natur och kultur i rörelse

  Originaltext: Nordiska Museet (pressmeddelande)   Ingenstans på jorden ökar den globala uppvärmningen lika snabbt som i Arktis. Vad som sker där angår en hel värld. I…

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A new Arctic when the ice disappears

Swedish Radio met with REXSAC researcher Ninis Rosqvist to discuss the Special Report on the Ocean and Cryosphere released by the IPCC on the 25…

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