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Arctic Coastal Dynamics

Last decade has brought a major improvement of our understanding of processes controlling development of Arctic coastal systems. Most of this development was made thanks to the tremendous research efforts of Arctic Coastal Dynamics community. Please take a look at new ACD website to acknowledge their achievements and check their future plans:


Antarctic Glaciers

Bethan Davis, my former colleague from Durham University has created probably the best website on glacial geomorphology and modern glacial science. Please check this amazing treasury of glacier research:


For Polish enthusiasts of glaciological research I recommed to visit an interesting blog: created by my friend and young star of Polish glaciology -  Kuba Malecki from Cryosphere Resarch Department, Adam Mickiewicz University in Poznan


If you are interested in the fututre of polar science and get to know how interdisciplinary is a community of your polar researchers and educators please check ASSOCIATION OF POLAR EARLY CAREER SCIENTISTS website : and help us shape the future of polar research :)

Catholic Climate Movement

I would like to also draw your attention on the new climate change movement: Catholic Climate Movement that shows how important mission for the mankind is the climate and environment protection and that by excellence in climate and polar research we can also worship God! 
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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