Understanding climate
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A centre of gravity. This is how director Tore Furevik describes the Bjerknes Centre. Read his account of 2016.

In 2016 you could find Bjerknes Centre scientists in the Nordic Seas, on Greenland and in Antarctica. 

Join us in Rondane National Park to study the largest reoccurring change in the Earth's climate: the seasonal cycle. 

MEET OUR YOUNG RESEARCHERS: When Svetlana Sorokina’s mother calls from Siberia and complains about the cold, Svetlana knows one thing: I has probably been unusually warm in the Arctic.

The German Society for Marine Research (Deutsche Gesellschaft für Meeresforschung, DGM) recently announced the recipient of the Georg Wüst Prize 2017. Congratulations Ilker Fer!

Cyclones, stalagmites, snow sources, sea ice leads, and the southern oceans behaviour in the past, are among the topics in the new projects funded by the Norwegian Research Counsil.