REGIMES Svalbard blog: “On-going challenges for locals” by Lisbeth Iversen

The REGIMES project, including students from Amalie Skram High School in Bergen, and Lisbeth Iversen, researcher at the Nansen Center for Remote Environmental Sensing in Bergen, representing the INTAROS project, are on a research field trip to Svalbard this week. Tuesday the 8th of August we visited the Longyearbyen school and had the opportunity to ask questions about the Read More …

REGIMES Student Blog: “The landing might be rougher than you’re used to” by Liam McCafferty

Editor’s note: This post is from one of the five students from Amalie Skram high school in Bergen, Norway, who were chosen to join the REGIMES Team in Longyearbyen, Svalbard August 7-10, 2017. Svalbard Day 1, by Liam McCafferty, Amalie Skram VGS «The landing might be rougher than you’re used to», the pilot warns us, explaining that Read More …

REGIMES Student Blog: “Minor existential crisis” by Magnus Akselsen, Amalie Skram VGS

Editor’s note: This post is from one of the 5 students from Amalie Skram high school in Bergen, Norway, who were chosen to join the REGIMES Team in Longyearbyen, Svalbard August 7-11, 2017. My first day’s impressions in Svalbard, by Magnus (17) (1st from left). So, I woke up at about 05:00 and started getting Read More …

Scientific Advisor Elizabeth Nyman arrives in sunny Longyearbyen

Our scientific Advisor Elizabeth Nyman from Texas A&M University at Galvestor arrived for the annual meeting of the REGIMES project today – and brought with her amazing weather with clear skies and magnificent views! Dr. Nyman in an academic and writer who specializes in international maritime issues. Currently she is an Assistant Professor of Political Read More …