Ecology has to do with interactions in nature. It is the study of how organisms (such as animals, plants and microorganisms) live and work within their habitats, and of how they depend on each other and their surrounding environments. Environmental factors may range from weather, climate, and soil to topography and ocean currents.
US PhD students visit CIRC this summer to research the role of arctic lakes and rivers in the carbon cycle.
Arctic waters contributes largely to global carbon dioxide emissions and we need to better understand how.
Nordic microalgae can be used for simultaneous production of biomass and municipal sewage treatment.