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Aug 02/04 2023

Abdullah Bolek will attend ISARRA 2023 conference in Bergen/Norway.

29 July 2023

Judith Vogt will head north again to conduct a 2-week field campaign on the Teno river at the border between Finland and Norway. She will mainly use floating chambers to determine riverine carbon fluxes.
July 18, 2023

July 18, 2023

Mark Schlutow and Nathalie Triches are collecting field chamber measurements on degreading permafrost at the Stordalen mire in Abisko Sweden (Photo @Antonin Affholder).

11./12. July 2023

Kseniia Ivanova, Luana Basso and Abdullah Bolek will attend the Max Planck Climate Conference for a Sustainable Anthropocene in Berlin.

Jun 25, 2023

Judith Vogt, Annelen Küchenmeister and Mathias Göckede will travel to the Inuvik region in the Canadian NW Territories to conduct about 4 weeks of field work focusing on the Trail Valley Creek s
June 19, 2023

June 19, 2023

Nathalie Triches is attending the European Conference on Permafrost in Puigcerdà, Eastern Spanish Pyrenees. She will talk about nitrous oxide fluxes in a thawing permafrost peatland in sub-arctic Sweden.

June 08, 2023

A new manuscript with IPAS contributions on ‘Silicon and calcium controls on iron and aluminum mobility in Arctic soils’ was published today in Chemosphere.

May 31, 2023

Mark Schlutow will attend the NCAR-NEON-Community Workshop at NCAR Mesa Lab, Boulder, CO, USA.
This year’s workshop will focus on using NCAR-NEON modeling and data visualization tools.

May 16, 2023

A new study by Judith Vogt et al. on “Sea–air methane flux estimates derived from marine surface observations and instantaneous atmospheric measurements in the northern Labrador Sea and Baffin Bay” was published in Biogeosciences (Vogtetal2023).

Apr 02, 2023

Today, IPAS welcomes Annelen Küchenmeisteras a new group member. Annelen will conduct her MSc project with us, working together with Kseniia Ivanova on investigating the impact small-scale heterogeneity on Arctic carbon cycle processes affected by disturbance.

Mar 14/15, 2023

Luana Basso and Mathias Göckede will attend the kickoff meeting of the BMBF-funded project MOMENT in Hamburg.

Mar 13, 2023

Global Change Biology published a new paper today by Ueyama et al. 2, with IPAS contributions. The topic is ‘Modeled production, oxidation, and transport processes of wetland methane emissions in temperate, boreal, and Arctic regions’.

March 07, 2023

A new manuscript with IPAS contributions on ‘Pan-Arctic soil element bioavailability estimations’ was published today in Earth System Science Data.


Feb 17 - 24

Kseniia Ivanova will attend the Arctic Science Summit Week 2023 in Vienna, Austria (ASSW 2023) and present a poster during the Arctic Vegetation Archive and Classification Session.

Feb 01

A new study with IPAS contributions on ‘Arctic soil CO2 release during freeze-thaw cycles modulated by silicon and calcium’ has just been published in Science of the Total Environment (

Jan 16

IPAS members participated in a networking workshop of the Arctic Methane and Permafrost Challenge (AMPAC) organized by the Finnish Meteorological Institute in Helsinki (AMPAC-Net workshop at FMI)

Jan 01, 2023

Judith Vogt will join our team as a new PostDoc with focus on investigating carbon cycle processes within Arctic freshwater ecosystems. Judith’s research will be primarily contributing to the ERC-synergy project Q-Arctic and the H2020 project GreenFeedback.
November 23, 2022
We are hiring! We have a new PhD opening in our  Q-Arctic group at Max Planck Institute for  Biogeochemistry "Understanding carbon pooling in the stratified boundary layer of the Arctic  atmosphere". For More details and application link:
November 10, 2022
A new article with IPAS contributions on “Pan‐Arctic soil moisture control on tundra carbon sequestration and plant productivity” was published online today in Global Change Biology ( )

We are organising a session at the EGU23 on high latitude biogeochemistry, and welcome abstracts on any related work.
Session details can be found here. more

November 01, 2022

Today, we welcome Luana Basso as a new member of our research group. Luana will be responsible for conducting atmospheric CH4 inversions in the context of the new MOMENT project.

November 01, 2022

Today, a new BMBF-funded project MOMENT starts, which explores the Arctic CH4 cycle in a collaborative effort between several German research partners. Our group will contribute atmospheric inverse modeling of Arctic CH4 budgets and processes to this consortium.

September 19, 2022

We are happy to announce that Abdullah Bolek starts to working in Q-Arctic Project.
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