INTERACT Stories of Arctic Science and Stations continue on Tue May 26th at 14-15 CEST with two new Stories:

*Black carbon and black Icelandic dust in the Arctic snow and their cryospheric and climatic effects (Outi Meinander, FMI)

*Spatial and temporal variations of air temperature inversions over different surface types on Ammassalik Island, East Greenland (Iris Hansche, University of Graz)

Join us every Tuesday afternoon 14-15 CEST until 30th June to hear captivating stories about Arctic research stations and science done at them with support from INTERACT Trans-National Access! Each webinar consists of two 30 min popular science presentations, and they are open for anyone to attend.

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Photo by Outi Meinander

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