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Peer reviewed publications funded by ARCPATH:

  • Chambers, Catherine, Einarsson, Níels and Karlsdóttir, Anna. Small-scale fisheries in Iceland: Local voices and global complexities. In: Pascual, J., Pita, C. and Bavinck, M. (Eds.) Small-Scale Fisheries in Europe: Status, resilience and governance. Springer (SAI contribution). In press.
  • Huijbens, E. and Einarsson, N. 2016. Feasting on friends: Whales, puffins and tourism in Iceland. In: Appstate, C. (Ed.): Animals as Food: Ethical Implications for Tourism. Research in the Ethics of Tourism series published by Routledge. Peer review /open access (SAI contribution). In press.
Non-peer reviewed publications funded by ARCPATH:
  • Ogilvie, A.E.J., Einarsson, Níels, Gao, Yongqi, Keenlyside, Noel, Rasmusson, Marianne, H. 2016. Arctic Climate Predictions: Pathways to Resilient, Sustainable Societies (ARCPATH). 46th International Arctic Workshop, Program and Abstracts 2016. Institute of Arctic and Alpine Research (INSTAAR), University of Colorado at Boulder, 50-52 (SAI contribution).

Peer reviewed publications with ARCPATH contributions:

  • Counillon, F., Keenlyside, N., Bethke, I.,Wang, Y., Billeau, S., Shen, M.L. and Bentsen, M. 2016. Flow-dependent assimilation of sea surface temperature in isopycnal coordinates with the Norwegian Climate Prediction Model. Tellus, A, 68, 32437, (NERSC contribution; Open Access)
  • Årthun, M., Eldevik, T., Viste, E., Drange, H., Furevik, T., Johnson, H.L. and Keenlyside, N.S. 2016. Skillful prediction of European climate rooted in the ocean, submitted (UiB contribution).


All ARCPATH papers must include the following acknowledgement:

This work is supported by the Nordic Centre of Excellence ARCPATH “Arctic Climate Predictions: Pathways to Resilient, Sustainable Societies” (Grant No. 76654), funded by the Nordic Arctic Research initiative.