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The EDU-ARCTIC project: interacting for STEM across countries and curricula
EDU-ARCTIC is an open-schooling project, funded by the EU for the years 2016-2019 and managed by scientists, nature educators and computer–technologists. The main aim is to attract young people (13- 20 years old) to the ...
How to conduct inspiring: webinars for STEM classes in secondary schools: experiences from EDU-ARCTIC program on the arctic and polar research
Webinars for schools are an innovative tool, which helps to establish strong links between the research and education communities by connecting schools to scientists working in various places in the world. Webinars ...
Numerical modelling as a support tool for river habitat studies: An Italian case study
Numerical modelling is becoming a major tool for supporting environmental studies at different scales, thanks to the ability of up-to-date codes to reproduce the complex mechanisms of the natural environment in quite a ...
Dealing with sediment transport in flood risk management
Flooding events are rising across European watercourses because of changing climatic conditions and anthropogenic pressure. To deal with these events, the European Floods Directive requires the development of flood risk ...
Atmospheric electricity: Commemorative publication in honor of Stanisław Michnowski on his 100-th birthday
The current issue of Publications of the Institute of Geophysics, Polish Academy of Sciences, is to commemorate the Hundredth Birthday of Stanisław Michnowski – the pioneer of experimental and theoretical research in various ...
Preliminary analysis of atmospheric electricity parameters measured at Polish station Świder, in connection with the radioactive incident in Fukushima, Japan, beginning 12 March 2011, following the 9.0 earthquake and tsunami
(Institute of Geophysics, Polish Academy of Sciences, 2011-07-13)
Results of Geomagnetic Observations; Belsk, Hel, Hornsund, 2017
(Instytut Geofizyki PAN, 2018-05-23)