IPY summer 2008 student possibilities in permafrost and physical geography/geology
The Geology Department at UNIS is celebrating the IPY by offering two special courses: One at the undergraduate level in physical geography/geology, and one at the graduate level in permafrost science.
AG-212 Holocene and Modern Climate Change in the High Arctic - Svalbard
REU is offered as a month long field course held at Kapp Linne in
International University Course on High Arctic Permafrost Landscape
Dynamics in Svalbard and Greenland is
held as part of the IPY project Permafrost Observatory Project: A
Contribution to the Thermal State of Permafrost (TSP) for graduate
students. The purpose of the course is to compare permafrost conditions in
Please remember there is no tuition fee for these courses. Students only have to pay a small sum to cover a part of the food costs during fieldwork.
The application deadline for both courses is 15 April, apply by using the UNIS application web !