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4 Nov 2020

The ICOS National Network Norway held its annual science and progress meeting on 29.10. The meeting that was planned to be hosted by ICOS Norway partner CICERO had to be conducted as an online…

6 Jul 2020

Målet med møtet er å gjøre forskere og forvaltning bedre i stand til å samarbeide om å benytte kunnskapen som produseres i observasjonsnettverket til ICOS for å verifisere de norske så vel som de…

18 Jun 2018

On 12 June 2018 the seminar about "How to control the emissions?" took place in Bergen, organized by ICOS and the Norwegian Environment Agency (Miljødirektoratet). You can read more about it here…

18 Jun 2018

How do we know the amount of climate gas emissions? How do we know climate mitigation leads to cuts in emissions? You will find answers to these questions in this article.

25 May 2018

The 2018 spring seminar of Integrated Carbon Observatory System (ICOS) Norway will be held on June 13 at NIBIO - Norwegian Institute of Bioeconomy Research, at Campus Ås.

There is no…

4 May 2018

Hvordan vet vi hvor mye klimagasser som faktisk slippes ut?

Hvordan er vi sikre på at klimatiltak fører til utslippskutt?

Svaret er kunnskap gjennom observasjoner. Dette er…

26 Jan 2018

474 meters above sea level, outside Ny-Ålesund in Svalbard, the Arctic Observatory Zeppelin is situated. Here, at 79° north, scientists from Norway and the rest of the world capture the clearest…

16 May 2017

While climate negotiators from almost 200 countries met in Bonn to hammer out a "rule book" for putting the Paris Agreement into practice, more than 30 scientists gathered in Oslo to discuss how…

13 Jan 2017

Summary of status for each of the four ships have been reported by the respective PIs and technical issues and scientific plans have discussed. The instrumentation on R.V. GO.SARS (PI, Ingunn…