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Today leaders of the Korea Polar Research Institute and the Norwegian Polar Institute signed an agreement regarding a joint research centre at the premises of the Norwegian Polar Institute at the Fram Centre in Tromsø, Norway.
TopoSvalbard is now extended with a new map layer: satellite imagery.
In 2013 the Norwegian Polar Institute released two new geological map sheets from Svalbard: Hopen (1 : 100 000) with an integrated map description and Nordaustlandet SW (1 : 200 000).
Circulation and Exchanges at High-latitude Ocean Margins: Dynamical Models and observations from Instrumented Seals
Qin Zhou successfully defended her PhD.
Speaker: Tamer Abu-Alam, Norwegian Polar Institute.
Speaker: Nigel G. Yoccoz, University of Tromsø.
Speaker: Helle Goldman, Norwegian Polar Institute.
Speaker: Dustin Schroeder, University of Texas at Austin.