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Changes at the Top of the World through Volcanism and Plate Tectonics: Arctic Norwegian-Russian-North American collaboration (NOR-R-AM2)

Alternativ tittel: Changes at the Top of the World through Volcanism and Plate Tectonics: Arctic Norwegian-Russian-North American collaboration (NOR-R-AM2)

Tildelt: kr 3,5 mill.

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Prosjektnummer:

309477

Prosjektperiode:

2020 - 2024

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NOR-R-AM-prosjekt samler forskere fra Norge, Russland, USA og Canada som vil bygge en kunnskapsplattform for å vurdere vår forståelse om Arktisk geologi. Siden vitenskap om Solid Earth blir oversett i polarvitenskapene, planer vi å bygge broen over dette gapet og å fortsette å etablere, opprettholde og bygge profilen til Arktisk-relaterte geofag - og internasjonal synlighet gjennom nasjonal og internasjonal samarbeid. Vi har undervist UiO Sommer Skole online kurset ?A Changing Arctic? i Juli 2021, vi studere og formidle kunnskap om Island varmesøyle og påvirkning om Arktisk område. Vi fortsettes å utvikle nytt online kursmateriell og en digital database for Arktisk geologi og geofysikk. Sammen med våre samarbeidspartnere vi utdanne studenter blant annet master- og doktorgradsstudenter. Feltarbeid of international reiser er overført til 2022. Prosjektets mål er i samsvar med UArctic sitt mandat - samarbeid innen utdanning, forskning og oppsøkende virksomhet i Nord for å skape globale partnerskap.

CEED and the Department of Geosciences (GEO) at the University of Oslo have now the desired critical mass to be considered the largest Norwegian hub for Arctic solid earth sciences, which span from sedimentary basin analysis, geodynamics, volcanism and links with the Deep Earth, and connects to glaciology and ocean and climate evolution. We propose to use the existent Arctic research and education platform built at the University of Oslo (CEED and GEO) and UNIS (Svalbard) and, together with our partners from Canada, Russia and USA to develop an Arctic-centred project that will target the entire Arctic geoscience community and will educate the new generation of students interested in Arctic’s present and past natural environments. NOR-R-AM2 will add to the activities started during NOR-R-AM1 which supported the formation of an international group from Arctic countries (Norway, Russia, USA and Canada) whose participants (1) work towards a common scientific goal , (2) have established a new joint-graduate courses where their research topics are communicated to the new generation of geoscientists and (3) will continue to identify, plan and develop future large, collaborative research initiatives in the Arctic. The main goals of this project will be: (1) to complete and launch the digital Circum-Arctic platform building on the NOR-R-AM1 results, (2) to improve the curriculum of the UNIS course on Arctic Tectonics and Volcanism (10 ECTS) which combines field work with the digital Circum-Arctic platform, (3) to involve the students in advanced studies of seismology and geochronology by using the state-of-the-art data and methods developed by our partners in Canada and USA by organising short courses and common projects, and (4) to advance our knowledge on Arctic’s paleogeography and paleoclimate by using geological knowledge and complementary proxies analysed by ALL NOR-R-AM partners.

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