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Polar Research Agenda 2030 published

Sep 15, 2017
Spitzbergen. Photo: MARUM, Universität Bremen; Ben Marzeion
Spitzbergen. Photo: MARUM - Center for Marine Environmental Sciences, University of Bremen; V. Diekamp; Ben Marzeion

Where does German polar research stand? What are the most important questions of the future? What kind of infrastructure is needed? These questions are answered within the Polar Research Agenda 2030 which is published by the National Committee for Polar Research of the German Research Foundation (DFG). It was chaired by Prof. Günther Heinemann (University of Trier), 68 authors from 17 institutes were part of the committee. At the University of Bremen, nine researchers from the Institute for Environmental Physics IUP and the MARUM - Center for Marine Environmental Research were involved.

Polar Research Agenda 2030 (in German)