The objective is to integrate, strengthen and expand Arctic research at the University of Oulu. ArcI will train a completely new generation of premier Arctic scientists and educators. Our joint efforts will produce new discoveries and cutting-edge research at the boundaries of science where so many of today’s Arctic societal challenges are found.
The Arctic interactions (ArcI) study consists of five research topics, each of which has a tenure track professor or senior researcher, postdoctoral researchers, and has several active research groups. Each of these research topics is related to one of ArcI’s broader research themes, which are Global change & northern environments (ArcI 1), Human-environmental relationship (ArcI 2), and Sustainable systems, resource use and development (ArcI 3) in the Arctic.
ARCI people and stories
Arctic Interactions leads to new collaboration
Multidisciplinary approach yields results in Arctic research
Physical geographer investigates tundra ecosystems under climate change
Anu Soikkeli is a multidisciplinary architect of the north
Multidisciplinary solutions for sustainable water management
Global perspective on the study of Arctic water systems
The Arctic Interactions research action is led by professors Bjørn Kløve and Jeffrey Welker. The primary contacts for research themes are tenure professors and senior scientists. Research Coordinator Jouko Inkeröinen takes care of the operative coordination.