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Den arktiske havis smelter - Et fingeraftryk på historien - Turisme med et lokalt ansigt - Vinter året rundt - Vand på modellerne - På frysedødens rand - Samfundsøkonomisk forskning i Grønland - Vilddyr fra nord / Poul-Erik Philbert, Martin Paldam, Jens J. Kjaergaard, Henrik Højmark Thomsen.

Title: Den arktiske havis smelter - Et fingeraftryk på historien - Turisme med et lokalt ansigt - Vinter året rundt - Vand på modellerne - På frysedødens rand - Samfundsøkonomisk forskning i Grønland - Vilddyr fra nord / Poul-Erik Philbert, Martin Paldam, Jens J. Kjaergaard, Henrik Højmark Thomsen.
Translated title: Arctic sea ice is melting - A fingerprint on history - Tourism with a local aspect - Winter around the year - Water on the models - On the verge of freezing to death - Social economic research in Greenland - Wild animals from the North.
Author(s): Philbert, Poul-Erik.
Paldam, Martin.
Kjaergaard, Jens J.
Thomsen, Henrik Højmark.
Date: 1999.
Language: Danish.
In: Polarfronten. (1999.), Vol. 4 (1999)
Abstract: SCICEX submarines show that Arctic sea ice became more than metre thinner between 1958-76 and 1990s; Inland Ice cores may show eruption of Santorini was 150 years earlier than accepted. Ice cores showing vulcanism also show cold climate at these times; Rodebay's run-down settlement has become base for exemplary sustainable tourism, provided local population is involved; If global warming continues, Europe could become 5 deg. colder as result of change in Gulf Stream. Aberdeen marine laboratory shows salt content of sea between Faroes and Shetland has fallen by 0.01 gm per kilo in each of last 20 years; Researchers in Copenhagen and Durham have examined water levels in Disko Bay, hoping to use results to improve mathematical models of global water levels. Tools are sediment cores, which show whether laid down in lakes or sea, and old coastlines; Siberian salamander, Salamandrella keyserlingii, can survive temperatures of -50 deg. or remain frozen for years. Can it help us to find ways of safely freezing tissue?; Paldam shows how political correctness and cross-disciplinary work, explain why social economic research in Greenland is shallow, and why investigators hold back; Hans Bjerring has found early amphibian in Triassic of East Greenland, not wrong to call it four-legged fish.
Notes:

Polarfronten. Vol. 4 :1-17 (1999).

Keywords: 336.1/.5 -- Finance, public.
551.21 -- Volcanoes.
551.461.2 -- Sea level, fluctuations.
551.58 -- Climatology.
591.1 -- Animal physiology.
796.51.7 -- Tourism.
Y -- Descriptive general accounts.
(*3) -- Arctic regions.
(*38) -- Greenland.
SPRI record no.: 153168

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