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Online Lessons

Online Lessons

Virtual classes from Arctic research stations by scientist

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Polarpedia

Polarpedia

Encyclopedia about the Arctic region, explaining polar phenomena and scientific terminology

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Monitoring System

Monitoring System

Citizen environmental monitoring carried out at participating schools

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Arctic Competitions

Arctic Competitions

A chance for students and their teachers to win a trip to an Arctic station

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Teacher Workshops and
Training Sessions

Teacher Workshops and
Training Sessions

The EDU-ARCTIC Forum will be held in 3 European countries

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Registered teachers

EDU-ARCTIC Videos

Introductory webinars, lessons' recordings, promo materials

Online Lessons

Virtual classes from Arctic research stations by scientist

  •  Completed
  •  Forthcoming
  •  Specially recommended

Polarpedia

Encyclopedia about the Arctic region, explaining polar phenomena and scientific terminology

Monitoring System

Citizen environmental monitoring carried out at participating schools

One of well recognized phenomenon in the Arctic is changing ice cover in the Arctic Ocean, which not only has a huge impact on the weather and circulation, but also influences the lives of many biological species. Consequently it is important not only for the Arctic itself, but reaches far into the zone of moderate climate, and shapes many processes in the European sector of the Arctic, where the greatest variability is observed in recent years.

A map on the left side presents the current ice conditions in the Arctic. It is updated daily and enable to analyse ice coverage far North. We will organize some lessons with our experts, who will explain, how we may predict weather using information on ice coverage in the Arctic. An interesting addition is a graphical chart below, presenting the changes in the sea ice extent within years in comparison to average change over past 45 years.

Arctic Competitions

A chance for students and their teachers to win a trip to an Arctic station

Teacher Workshops and Training Sessions

The EDU-ARCTIC Forum will be held in 3 European countries