The University of Copenhagen’s Arctic Station in western Greenland has been the base for many hundreds of research projects, including studies on climate change, which is often noticed first in the Arctic environment. Ever-increasing interest in climate research in the Arctic has led to a growing number of visitors to the Arctic Station for a long time. Now, after being thoroughly renovated, the station is open once again. More than 100 researchers and students from around the world are waiting to begin using it again for their Arctic and climate studies.

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