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HACOSE - Multitemporal analysis of High Arctic Coastal Systems Evolution - Braganzavågen and Bjonapynten, Svalbard. (HACOSE)

The primary objective of the HACOSE project is to examine the response of the High Arctic coastal zone to current climatic warming and explore the changes experienced by the coastal landscape during various stages of deglaciation, based on representative coastal environments in Braganzavågen and Bjonapynten on Svalbard Archipelago. HACOSE aims to d

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Starts
2012-08-01

Ends
2013-07-30

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  • land surface / geomorphology / coastal landforms/processes
  • paleoclimate / paleoclimate reconstructions / sea level reconstruction

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The primary objective of the HACOSE project is to examine the response of the High Arctic coastal zone to current climatic warming and explore the changes experienced by the coastal landscape during various stages of deglaciation, based on representative coastal environments in Braganzavågen and Bjonapynten on Svalbard Archipelago. HACOSE aims to develop a conceptual model of coastal zone change under scenarios of continued increases in air temperature, sea-level rise and frequency of storms entering the Arctic region. Secondary objective of the HACOSE project is to strengthen the scientific cooperation between University Centre in Svalbard and Department of Geography at Durham University - one of the world-leading polar and global change research institutions and form an international team that will build on this work through a grant proposal for an EU funded research project based on the findings of the present research.

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