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Mateusz Strzelecki - Polarcoasts


Coastal zone is the key interface in polar system, characterized by one of the  most  rapid  and  severe  environmental changes  which  have  serious  implications  for  geoecological and societal processes in both Arctic and Antarctic regions.  website aims to introduce the importance and beauty of polar coastal environments to broader society. Website is designed to present the aims and results of research projects led by Dr Matt Strzelecki  research team as well as main key research problems  of  modern  coastal change science in high latitudes. Website also presents the research carried  out by leading researchers and our scientific mentors in both Arctic and Antarctic research and acknowledge institutions and companies that have supported our projects.

This website was written by Dr Matt Strzelecki from University of Wroclaw, as a part of an ongoing commitment to promotion of open science and protection of climate and polar world. 
latest blog posts
This is our first blog post, therefore we would like to start  it with a good message and show how scientific community may work together with the society. The recent report of the state of Arctic Coasts (Forbes et al. 2011 - documented a complex picture of  rapidly changing circumpolar coastal environments. The key findings of this seminal work  emphasize the role of limited duration and extent of sea ice, degradation of permafrost, storm-surges and
Uniwersytet WrocławskiFoundation for Polish ScienceInnovative Economy - National Cohesion StrategyEuropean Union - European Regional Development Fund website is a contribution to the „Assessment of impact of coastal hazards on scientific and community infrastructure in polar regions using remote sensing, geoinformation and new geomorphological mapping methods'” project is carried-out within the HOMING PLUS programme of the Foundation for Polish Science, cofinanced from the European Union under the European Regional Development Fund