We wish you all a happy and successful 2017, and we are looking forward to new challenges and achievements for our scientists in the new year.
Text: Maja Sojtaric
2016 has been a busy and interesting year for CAGE.
Our scientists have published many papers in high ranking journals on subjects as varied as build-up of an ice sheet; mass extinctions of life; links between sea ice in the Arctic and climate change; ice sheets that may be hiding vast amounts of methane; and specialised life forms around Arctic methane seeps.
We have conducted many cruises – both by ourselves and in collaboration with others, such as AMOS Norwegian Centre of excellence on Autonomous Marine Operations and Systems at NTNU and German research centre MARUM.
Two successful conferences and several workshops have been arranged by CAGE scientists such as
We are looking forward to sharing many new achievements with you in 2017, and wish you a Happy New Year.