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Working together to address Arctic changes

The Arctic is a melting world, where climate change is more tangible than elsewhere. Due to the harsh environmental conditions scientists face major challenges to investigate the changes and to grow our understanding of how the Arctic system works.

Scientists from many countries have to pool their expertise and resources to master this challenge, and require specialist technology to penetrate below the ice, dive into the Arctic Ocean, see through the long polar night and obtain data from violently stormy seas. SAMS has a long track-record investigating northern and Arctic seas and in this short clip some of our Norwegian partners talk about how our work contributes to the global effort…

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