The Danish research vessel Dana and a group of scientist from Denmark and abroad are in Greenland to study the impact of climate changes. In turn, the scientists will write home about their work onboard.
Headed by DTU Aqua, a unique team of international scientists are currently in Greenland to conduct one of the most comprehensive climate change surveys in recent Danish marine research history. The objective of the expedition is to study how climate change affects the vulnerable food webs in Greenland’s waters.
In turn, some of the scientists will write home about their work and experiences during the cruise. You will find their stories on DTU Aqua’s website.
The expedition started on 6 June and ends on 23 June 2010.