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After another successful Marine Night campaign in Ny-Ålesund concluded, the nightly activities were brought to a wider public by national and international outreach activities. Check out the following links to learn more. A complete list, also of earlier publications, can be found on the project page.
Nordlys (print): "Venter på å bli oppdaget" (Norwegian)
UiT news (online): “Et sort hull fullt av liv” (Norwegian)
NRK viten (online): «Dette trodde forskerne aldri de skulle finne» (Norwegian)
Ny Teknik (print): «Expeditionen jagar Arktis okända liv“ (Swedish)
Svalbardposten (print): «På limpinnen!» (Norwegian)
UiT news (online): «Limt fast på Svalbard!» (Norwegian)
UiT news (online): "Polarnatt til USA" (Norwegian)
DW (radio): «Marine life in the polar night» (English)
The News Journal (print): “Polar Opposites” (English)
NBC news (TV): “Delaware at the poles” (English)
NRK (radio): Morra i NRK P1 (Norwegian)
NRK (radio): "Liv i polarnatta" (Norwegian, mp3)
Anchorage Musem (exhibition): "Polar night - Life and light in the dead of night" (English)
Utenriksdepartementet (Ministry of foreign affairs): "Polarnatt til USA" (Norwegian)
The Polar Night exhibition will also go on an international tour in the near future. In May parts of the exhibition will be shown during a festival at the Smithsonian Institution's National History Museum in Washington and Anchorage, USA.
In addition to these outreach activities, there has also a special issue of the scientic journal "Polar Biology" been published. All articles therein are available as open access.