RV Lance is drifting with the young Arctic Sea ice. On board is also Dr. Anna Silyakova form CAGE, conducting the experiments in ice covered ocean. Photo: Paul Dodd/npolar.no

Frozen – a story of groundbreaking research in the Arctic Ocean

19. February 2015

Dr. Anna Silyakova will spend six weeks frozen into Arctic sea ice on board Research Vessel Lance. Her goal is to …

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Methane seepage from Arctic seabed occurring for millions of years

5. February 2015

Natural seepage of methane offshore the Arctic archipelago Svalbard has been occurring periodically for at …

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Collaboration provides fresh view of the Arctic Ocean floor

30. January 2015

Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution is famous for its development of groundbreaking technology for ocean research. …

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Visit from our Advisory Board

21. January 2015

Advisory Board for CAGE is composed by accomplished international scientists. Yesterday three of them visited …

Haakon Mosby- Photo: Alfred Wegener Institut

Scientists intrigued by a unique volcano on the ocean floor

19. January 2015

Norway has two active volcanoes. One is the northernmost subaerial volcano in the world, Beerenberg …

Julekort

Happy Holidays!

22. December 2014
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Methane is leaking from permafrost offshore Siberia

18. December 2014

The magnificent images of a crater on Yamal Peninsula, caused by collapsing permafrost, have become …

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Methane flares in the Arctic dwarf the Golden Gate Bridge

12. December 2014

Methane gas flares, up to 800 meters high, rise from the Arctic Ocean floor. That …

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Panieri giving talk at The Niels Bohr Institute

13. November 2014

Associate Professor Giuliana Panieri has been invited to the internationally acclaimed research institution, Niels Bohr …

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Meet our little ROV helper

6. November 2014

This summer CAGE scientists picked up methane-derived rocks from the ocean floor, using a remotely …

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Building state of the art ocean observatories

13. October 2014

The technology company Kongsberg Maritime is building two ocean observatories for CAGE. Observatories will be …

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CAGE elected to host international conference

2. October 2014

This years conference on gas in marine sediments (GIMS12) in Taiwan was successful for two …

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The Gulf Stream kept going during the last Ice Age

12. September 2014

The warm Atlantic water continued to flow into the icy Nordic seas during the coldest …

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Members of Norwegian Parliament visit CAGE

8. September 2014

Several members of the Norwegian Parliament attended a local government conference in Tromsø this weekend. …

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Using ship, aircraft in search for methane emissions

27. August 2014

The amount of methane in the atmosphere is increasing. Is the seabed one of the …

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Research Vessel Sonne Christened by Angela Merkel

20. August 2014

German Chancellor Angela Merkel christened a brand new research vessel in July. In attendance was CAGE …

Giuliana Panieri

The changing Arctic

29. April 2014

  CAGE scientists took part in the 2014 European Geosciences Union (EGU)  in Vienna, Austria, …

Natural Gas Hydrate Systems Gordon Research Conference

28. April 2014

Natural Gas Hydrate Systems Gordon Research Conference was held on March 23-28, 2014 in Galveston, …

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Ocean warming release methane from gas hydrates

28. April 2014

Sunil Vadakkepuliyambatta recently defended his doctoral thesis entitled: “Sub-seabed fluid-flow systems and gas hydrates of …

Methane release in the Arctic and global warming

CAGE contributes to new findings on methane release from the seabed

21. January 2014

A new Science paper with contributions from CAGE presents new findings on methane release and global warming.

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Season’s greetings!

19. December 2013

Merry Christmas to you all and our best wishes for a safe and prosperous New Year!

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CAGE researchers clarify the Arctic’s role in global climate during the Pliocene

11. December 2013

The relation between the Arctic and global warming has attracted public awareness over the past years. To really understand the future challenge of climate change we need to understand the climate of the past. CAGE researchers have contributed to a recent publication in Earth and Planetary Science Letters which presents new knowledge of the Arctic climate in the Pliocene.

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CAGE congratulate the Bjerknes Centre with an ERC Synergy Grant

10. December 2013

The Bjerknes Centre for Climate Research (BCCR) in Bergen is to receive 50-60 million NOK from the European Research Council (ERC). CAGE wish to congratulate them with this prestigious grant.

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CAGE researcher presents new climate knowledge in Nature

4. December 2013

Melting glaciers and rising sea levels are certainly not new phenomena. Climate change was dramatic even during the last ice age, says Professor Tine Rasmussen.

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CAGE is officially opened

25. November 2013

CAGE was officially opened on Friday November 22.

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New guest student at CAGE

20. November 2013

Russian PhD candidate Pavel Serov from Saint-Petersburg State University will be spending the next year as part of the CAGE research team.

Anna Silyakova

A wider perspective

5. September 2013

CAGE’s new researcher Anna Silyakova wants to investigate the Arctic with an interdisciplinary eye.

Joel Johnson

– A unique opportunity

5. September 2013

Associate professor Joel Johnson from the University of New Hampshire (UNH) looks forward to spending a year as visiting professor at CAGE.

Giuliana Panieri

From Bologna to Tromsø

4. September 2013

The opportunity to be part of CAGE inspired Italian Giuliana Panieri to bring her family of four to Northern Norway.

Japanese First to Extract Gas from Undersea Hydrate Reservoir

1. April 2013

A revised map of subsea permafrost in the Kara Sea reveals permafrost has degraded more significantly than previously thought.