Greenland Institute of Natural Resources
The Greenland Institute of Natural Resources conducts research into Arctic ecosystems, monitors the living resources and the environment in Greenland and advises the Government of Greenland and other authorities on sustainable exploitation of living resources and safeguarding the environment and biodiversity.
The Institute has three departments: Department of Fish and Shellfish, Department of Birds and Mammals, and Department of Environment and Mineral Resources. Furthermore, a cross-disciplinary Danish/Greenlandic climate centre: The Greenland Climate Research Centre.
The climate research centre is embedded in the Greenland Institute of Natural Resources, and conducts research into effects of climate change on the Arctic environment and Greenlandic society.
Affiliated Marine and Wind Energy Environmental Documents
|Light-Induced Bird Strikes on Vessels in Southwest Greenland||Merkel, F., Johansen, K.||Journal Article||Lighting||Birds, Seabirds, Waterfowl|
|Escape Responses of Hauled out Ringed Seals (Phoca hispida) to Aircraft Disturbance||Born, E., Riget, F., Dietz, R.||Journal Article||Noise||Marine Mammals, Pinnipeds|