Researchers from the Greenland Institute of Natural Resources, Zoological Society of London and University College of London have identified a ..
A scientific article on the humpback salmon, or pink salmon, in Greenland has just been published by scientists at Greenland ..
A new study in the scientific journal Biology Letters shows that the narwhal with its long, spiralled tusk must be ..
The Synthesis Report “Agriculture in Greenland – possibilities and needs for future development and research for Greenland” by Agricultural Initiative ..
A scientific article published in February has attracted great international attention. The article, which was published in the respected scientific ..
Pikialaarfik. This is the name that was given the black building, also known as “the Education Building” in everyday language. ..
There is clear evidence that some of the arctic zooplankton has begun to disappear from its original habitat “The most ..
At its most recent meeting, the Greenland Research Council prioritised and nominated three applicants to each receive a PhD grant. ..
The Greenland Climate Research Centre (GCRC) at the Greenland Institute of Natural Resources and Geological Survey of Denmark and Greenland ..
Contrary to some expectations, scientists from NASA found evidence of cooling last year in Greenland where the ice sheet has ..
The sea is not a silent world. There is a lot of noise below the surface. A large part of ..
In 2019 the Greenland Climate Research Centre is entering a new decade and we celebrate this by announcing a new ..
In most management areas, the crab stock has been at a low level for several years. The advice from the ..
Image: The Arctic wolf “Daneborg” was shot in self-defence by the Sirius Sled Patrol in 2013 when it attacked a ..
105,000 tonnes of shrimp may be caught in West Greenland in 2019. This means that the biological advice on shrimp ..
Image: The tag has been attached to 6 large cod for a few months. Photo: Greenland Institute of Natural Resources ..
Many orca populations worldwide are endangered. The reason is high levels of PCB, which can pro-duce sterilisation, hormone disorder, impaired ..
The biomass of mackerel has more than halved from 4.8 million tonnes in 2010 to 2.4 million tonnes in 2018. ..
A team of scientists from Canada, Greenland and Denmark has been studying some of the challenges that Greenland will face ..
Yesterday, the results of this summer’s mackerel surveys were published by the International Council for the Exploration of the Sea ..
Image: Chairman of Pinngortitaleriffik’s board, Gert Mulvad. Photo: Greenland Institute of Natural Resources It is an important and significant event ..
New research shows that these small, tough whales swim much further away from the shore and dive far deeper into ..
Recently, the inshore stocks of Greenland halibut in Disko Bay, Uummannaq and Upernavik have all reached a lower level than ..
The international Council for the Exploration of the Sea (ICES) has given its advice on cod fishery in the Greenlandic ..
The Greenland Institute of Natural Resources recently hosted a workshop on a new initiative that the Technical University of Denmark ..
The Greenland Institute of Natural Resources has functioned as a research centre in Greenland through a period of 23 years, ..
In a recent scientific article on a study based on interviews with polar bear hunters from East Greenland, you can ..
Polar bears in Baffin Bay are going through tough times, and even though they are plentiful in the area, they ..
Increasing marine traffic, decreasing catch rates, more tourists, more violent weather followed by more disasters and invasion of new species. ..
Lene Kielsen Holm from the Greenland Institute of Natural Resources, along with her research group, has just received the honourable ..
Movement patterns of caribou in West Greenland (Business-PhD project). The project focuses on how short and long-term changes in the ..
Image: The young Gyr Falcon at a building in Nuuk. Photo: Martin Kviesgaard. A Greenlandic Gyr Falcon that was found ..