The moon controls one of the most formidable forces in nature – the tides that shape our coastlines. Tides, in turn, significantly affect the intensity of methane emissions from the Arctic Ocean seafloor.
Scotland’s Arctic Connections document is built on the image of a Scotland “as a progressive and dynamic nation that does not hesitate to take the lead on key global challenges.”
The Nunalleq Educational Resource has won the Archaeological Institute of America’s 2021 award for Outstanding Work in Digital Archaeology!
“The climate of the Arctic is currently changing about twice as fast as the global average. Therefore, the Arctic region provides an important laboratory when we try to understand the effects of climate change on nature.”
“These changes are not occurring gradually over decades or lifetimes; we are watching them occur over mere months to years.”
” Has anyone any information about Joseph-Rene’s stay in Stromness in 1851″
“We recently watched a television programme which we had recorded, called ‘The Secret Life of Ice’.”
From the Heart of Neolithic Orkney, to the Heart of The Arctic – John Rae did it – now you can too!!!
Film maker Cameron Mackay , Royal Scottish Geographical Society, was there and his video of the event has really captured the essence of Scotland’s Arctic Strategy.
This policy document was launched on the 23rd of September at an international conference in Stromness.