Polar Forum researchers will reveal the climate potential of rewilding in the Arctic

This blog post comes from Jeppe A. Kristensen, Carlsberg Foundation Visiting Fellow based in the School of Geography and Environment. The king of the Pleistocene Siberian steppes, the woolly mammoth, is set to return after 3,900 years of extinction! This was the intriguing, yet highly controversial message that hit the world media in September this …

A Baptism of Ice – Fieldwork Training in Svalbard

This blog was originally published on the Evidently Scientifical blog –¬† a group of Oxford PhD students exploring science of the environment and climate, as well as PhD life. For more stories visit¬†evidentlyscientifical.wordpress.com 1: Longyearbyen, with the glacier Longyearbreen just visible looming over the town.   By Georgia Hole , PhD student in the School …