You have been granted INTERACT Transnational Access. Congratulations!

From below, you can find information about the important next steps concerning your access visit. The instructions are specified station by station, so read the information regarding the station(s) where you have been granted TA, and proceed accordingly as soon as possible you receive your TA decision. First, check our Disclaimer about important liability issues. Disclaimer

After you TA visit to the station(s), Instructions on reporting of the used access, claiming of travel reimbursements and acknowledging INTERACT TA in publications and presentations are provided in the Information to User Groups booklet.

LocationStationContact person(s)Contact detailsAdditional information
AlaskaToolik Field StationDr Syndonia Bret-Hartemsbretharte@alaska.eduContact Dr Syndonia Bret-Harte about information on the practical arrangements of your TA visit to Toolik
AlaskaBarrow Arctic Research Center (BARC)Lindsay CameronLindsay.Cameron@UICCS.comContact project manager Lindsay Cameron as soon as possible for information on the practical arrangements of your visit.
AlaskaBarrow Environmental Observatory (BEO)Lindsay CameronLindsay.Cameron@UICCS.comContact project manager Lindsay Cameron as soon as possible for information on the practical arrangements of your visit.
AustriaSonnblick ObservatoryElke Ludewigelke.ludewig@zamg.ac.atEmail station contact Elke Ludewig at your earliest convenience for information on the practical arrangements of your visit.
CanadaCEN Whapmagoostui-KujjuarapikMickaël Lemaymickael.lemay@cen.ulaval.caResearchers must rapidly reserve their stay at the station on CEN website at this webpage and contact Mickaël Lemay if they require any information. Also, the local community must be contacted to be informed of the team’s research. The station manager and educators will gladly assist the team in this first contact and in organising outreach activities with the community.
CanadaWARCNiccole Hammer (Licensing Coordinator)
Logistics and Administration Assistant
Erika Hille
Joel McAlister
niccole.hammer@auroracollege.nt.ca
logistics@nwtresearch.com
Erika.Hille@auroracollege.nt.ca
JMcAlister@auroracollege.nt.ca
The projects accepted for TA to WARC will need to obtain a Scientific Research License. For more information about this, they should visit the website at this link and/or contact the Licensing Coordinator Niccole Hammer. It is recommended that applications are submitted at least three months before the proposed date of data collection. For Logistical Support (i.e., accommodation, lab space, equipment rental, etc.), the research team will need to submit a Logistical Support Request form to the Logistics and Administration Assistant. In addition to the above, the projects should contact either Erika Hille or Joel McAlister to go over their plans for the field work.
CanadaKluane Lake Research StationHenry Penn
Maribeth Murray
klrs@ucalgary.ca OR arctic@ucalgary.caRapidly reserve your stay at the station on the website and contact Henry Penn and Maribeth Murray to start the practical arrangements of your group’s TA visit.
CanadaUapishka Research StationGuillaume Proulx
gproulx@rmbmu.comContact Guillaume Proulx at your earliest convenience for information on the practical arrangements of your visit.
CanadaChurchill Northern Studies CentreDylan McCart
ed@churchillscience.ca
research@churchillscience.ca
Contact Dylan McCart at your earliest convenience for information on the practical arrangements of your visit, with a cc to research@churchillscience.ca.
CanadaCanadian High Arctic Research Station CHARSAynslie Ogden
POLAR research support
aynslie.ogden@polar-polaire.gc.ca
researchsupport-soutienalarecherche@polar-polaire.gc.ca
Contact Aynslie Ogden as soon as possible for information on practical arrangements related to your visit, with a cc to POLAR research support researchsupport-soutienalarecherche@polar-polaire.gc.ca
Faroe IslandsFINILis Mortensenlm@jf.foContact station manager Lis Mortensen at your earliest convenience for information on the practical arrangements of your visit.
FinlandKilpisjärvi Biological StationPirjo Hakalapirjo.hakala@helsinki.fiFor visiting Kilpisjärvi, please contact Ms Pirjo Hakala at the station administration for practical arrangements related to your visit.
FinlandPallas-Sodankylä StationLeena Leppänen
Timo Sukuvaara
Riitta Aikio
leena.leppanen@fmi.fi
timo.sukuvaara@fmi.fi
riitta.aikio@fmi.fi
Contact Leena Leppänenwith a cc to Timo Sukuvaara and Riitta Aikio as soon as possible for information on the practical arrangements related to your TA visit.
FinlandHyytiälä Forestry Research StationDr Jaana Bäckjaana.back@helsinki.fiPlease contact Dr Jaana Bäck at your earliest convenience for advice on the practical arrangements of your visit.
FinlandVärriö Subarctic Research StationDr Kimmo Neitolakimmo.neitola@helsinki.fiPlease contact Dr Kimmo Neitola at your earliest convenience for advice on the practical arrangements of your visit.
FinlandOulanka Research StationDr Riku Paavola
Raija Kivelä
riku.paavola@oulu.fi
raija.kivela@oulu.fi
Contact station manager Dr Riku Paavola as soon as possible to discuss whether a research permit to Oulanka National Park is required, depending on the studied species and invasiveness of your study. The permit application process requires 3.5 months, so it is therefore necessary to clarify the issue immediately to ensure the success of your study.
Also, contact Ms Raija Kivelä at the Oulanka station administration for room reservations and other practical arrangements related to your visit.
FinlandKevo Subarctic Research StationDr Otso Suominenotso.suominen@utu.fiContact reservations-kevo@utu.fi to reserve accommodaiton at the station for your visit. Importantly, contact station manager Dr Otso Suominen at your earliest convenience in all other practical matters and questions, and to request a research permit application for sampling or access the Kevo Strict Nature Reserve, which is required for conducting the study.
FinlandKainuu Fisheries Research StationPekka Hyvärinenpekka.hyvarinen@luke.fiFor visiting KFRS, please contact station manager Pekka Hyvärinen for practical arrangements related to your visit.
GreenlandZackenberg Research StationZackenberg Secretariat zackenberg@au.dkProjects who have been granted INTERACT TA should apply for access permit to the station or update their application on Zackenberg station webpage. In questions regarding the visits to Zackenberg, please contact the Zackenberg Secretariat.
GreenlandGreenland Institute of Natural Resources (GINR)Katrine Raundrupkara@natur.glGreenland Institute of Natural Resources (GINR) Project PIs should apply for accommodation at the institute here. Use the booking form for going to Kobbefjord Research Station and read the KRS Site Manual. Applicants should contact station manager Katrine Raundrup for any questions related to the granted TA as well as accommodation at GINR or KRS.
GreenlandArctic StationDr Aart Kroon
Gitte Henriksen
ak@ign.ku.dk
gin@science.ku.dk
Fill in the form at this link to inform the station administration about your visit as soon as possible. You can also contact Dr Aart Kroon or Ms Gitte Henriksen at the station administration for advice on the practical arrangements related to your visit.
GreenlandSermilik Research StationDr Verner Brandbyge Ernstsen
Dr Aart Kroon
vbe@ign.ku.dk
ak@ign.ku.dk
Contact Dr Verner Brandbyge Ernstsen at your earliest convenience for advice on the practical arrangements related to your visit to Sermilik, with a cc to Dr Aart Kroon.
GreenlandVillum Research StationJørgen Skaftejska@envs.au.dkThe successful projects should contact VRS logistics manager Jørgen Skafte at their earliest convenience for arrangements related to the granted access.
GreenlandThe DMI Geophysical Observatory QaanaaqAndrea Gierisch
Steffen M. Olssen
ang@dmi.dk
smo@dmi.dk
Contact Andrea Gierisch at your earliest convenience for information on the practical arrangements of your visit.
IcelandRif Field StationSigríður Þorláksdóttir
Hrönn G. Guðmundsdóttir
jonina@rifresearch.is
hronn@rifresearch.is
Contact station manager Jónína Sigríður Þorláksdóttir and Hrönn G. Guðmundsdóttir for any practical arrangements of the TA visit. Also, fill out the station application form that can be found at this webpage, and send it to the before mentioned e-mail address prior to the visit.
IcelandSudurnes Science and Learning CenterHanna María Kristjánsdóttirhanna@thekkingarsetur.isContact station manager Hanna María Kristjánsdóttir for practical arrangements related to your visit.
NorwayNIBIO Svanhovd Research StationCornelya Klutsch
Snorre Hagen
cornelya.klutsch@nibio.no
snorre.hagen@nibio.no
For visiting NIBIO Svanhovd, please contact Cornelya Klutsch with a cc to Snorre Hagen for the practical arrangements related to your visit.
NorwayFinse Alpine Research CenterJens Hagaj.a.r.haga@ibv.uio.noContact the director of the field station, Jens Haga at your earliest convenience for more information related to your TA visit to Finse.
PolandM&M Klapa Research StationDr Zofia Raczkowska
Dr Staszek Kedzia
raczk@zg.pan.krakow.pl
kedzia@zg.pan.krakow.pl
Contact Dr Zofia Raczkowska with cc to Dr Staszek Kedzia at your earliest convenience for information on the practical arrangements of the visit.
SvalbardPolish Polar Station
- Hornsund
Dr Włodzimierz Sielskisielski@igf.edu.plThe successful applicants should contact Dr W?odzimierz Sielski as soon as possible for practical arrangements related to their TA visits.
SvalbardCzech Arctic Station - Petuniabukta (CARS-PETUNIA)Jan Pechar
Marek Broz
cars@prf.jcu.czContact Jan Pechar or Marek Broz as soon as possible for advice on the practical arrangements of your TA visit.
SvalbardSverdrup StationStation leaderstasjonsleder@npolar.noThe booking to Sverdrup station should be done through the system Research in Svalbard (RiS). First the user have to register a project, get it approved, and then he/she can do a booking to Ny-Ålesund and Sverdrup station. Information about Sverdrup station. Information about Research in Ny-Ålesund. Questions can be directed to the station leader: stasjonsleder@npolar.no.
SvalbardNERC Arctic Station--Projects who have been granted INTERACT TA must fill in the NERC Station application form. The form, instructions how to fill it in, and where to send the form can be found from the UK Arctic Research Station guidelines. In addition, the projects must as soon as possible register on the Research in Svalbard website. Once registered, the project receives a RiS number which is used when making flight booking etc within Svalbard.
SvalbardCNR Arctic Station - Dirigibile ItaliaStation ManagementTA.dirigibileitalia@cnr.itProjects who have been granted INTERACT TA should – as soon as possible - contact the Station Management at TA.dirigibileitalia@cnr.it. The projects will after that be contacted by the Station Manager for logistic and administrative issues. The Station Management will guide the projects through the mandatory registration of your project, flight reservations to Ny-Ålesund, and application for any permit that might be needed.
SvalbardAdam Mickiewicz University Polar Station - “Petuniabukta” Svalbard (AMUPS)Krzysztof Rymerkrym@amu.edu.plContact station manager Krzysztof Rymer at your earliest convenience for information on the practical arrangements of your visit.
SwedenAbisko Scientific Research StationAbisko Scientific Research Station contactans@polar.seProjects who have been granted INTERACT TA must submit a subsequent application through the station’s web application system.
SwedenTarfala Research StationTarfala Research Station contacttarfala@natgeo.su.seProjects which have been granted INTERACT TA must submit an application through the station web application system.
SwedenSvartberget Research StationDr Hjalmar Laudon
Charlotta Erefur
Jan-Peter Nordmark
hjalmar.laudon@slu.se
charlotta.erefur@slu.se
Jan-Peter.Nordmark@slu.se
Please contact Dr Hjalmar Laudon with a cc to Ms Charlotta Erefur and Jan-Peter Nordmark for advice on the practical arrangements of your TA visit.
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