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    Arctic Ocean 2016

    The Swedish icebreaker Oden is going on a research mission to the Arctic again and during the week 23-26 some MISU people, and some others, spent climbing around on Oden in Helsingborg harbor to set up instruments and take part in a one day science workshop and - for those that actually goes on the expedition - to brush up on board safety.

    Joe and Annica at EGU

    EGU Award to previous employee

    Joe Sedlar, previous employee at MISU and now reseacher at SMHI recieved his EGU award at the European Geophysical Union (EGU) in Division Outstanding Young Scientists Award 2016.

    Gruppbild Abisko

    Storify from Abisko

    Recently, teachers and PhD students from MISU participated in a Polar Prediction School by WWRP/WCRP and the Bolin Centre for Climate Research. One of the students, Denis Sergeev, made a Storify with all the tweets from the course. The program combined lectures on key areas relevant for polar prediction and a number of field observations and modelling exercises to foster an interactive learning environment. Photo: Lina Broman

    Lake Hawea

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    MISU News

    • Researcher in Data Analytics for Climate Science 2016-06-15 at the Department of Meteorology. Closing date: 8 August 2016.
    • New employees 2016-06-14 Lars Ahlm and Joy Monteiro
    • Arctic Ocean 2016 2016-06-14 The Swedish icebreaker Oden is going on a research mission to the Arctic again and during the week 23-26 some MISU people, and some others, spent climbing around on Oden in Helsingborg harbor to set up instruments and take part in a one day science workshop and - for those that actually goes on the expedition - to brush up on board safety.