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Eight new Indo-Norwegian projects approved

Of the eight projects five are answering the call on The Climate system in polar areas and three are connected to Earthquakes. Contract negotiations with the involved institutions will happen in October.

19 applications were evaluated, and a total amount available in the call from The Polar programme and the programme for research cooperation with India (Indnor) was 30 million Nok. MoESS will fund the Indian partners.

The joint call with The Minestry of Earth Science (ESSO-MoES) is the result of the MOU that The Research Council of Norway entered into with ESSO-MoES in 2014.

 

Project number Project title Institution
Climate system in polar areas
248776 Ocean - sea-ice - atmosphere teleconnections between the Southern Ocean and North Atlantic during the Holocene Norsk Polarinstitutt
248780 Mass balance, dynamics, and climate of the central Dronning Maud Land coast, East Antarctica Norsk Polarinstitutt
248793 Pliocene Arctic Climate Teleconnections Norges geologiske undersøkelse
248803 Counteracting effect of future Antarctic sea-ice loss on projected increases of summer Monsoon rainfall Uni Research AS
248834 Quantifying Impacts of South Asian Aerosols on Regional and Arctic Climate CICERO Senter for klimaforskning
Geohazards
248774 Landslide hazard assessment in NE India along the Gangtok-Tsomgo/Changu Lake and Gangtok-Chungthang-Lachen corridors Norges geologiske undersøkelse
248786 Delineation of the target fault-zone for Koyna scientific deep drilling by accurate location of microearthquakes Stiftelsen Norsar
248815 IPSIN - Intraplate Seismicity in India and Norway: Distribution, properties and causes Universitetet i Bergen

 

 

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