Research Posters

Here you can find easy-to-understand posters about the research we are conducting in FACE-IT. These posters are free to use for educational purposes, e.g., your exhibition, in school or universities. We would love to get notice when you use the posters and are happy to help out with more information.

Simon Jungblut & Kai Bischof (Marine Botany, University of Bremen, Germany)

Simon Jungblut & Kai Bischof (Marine Botany, University of Bremen, Germany)


Videos

In the course of the FACE-IT project, we organized and will organize several colloquia or online events. Likewise, our colleagues took several opportunities to present FACE-IT in different contexts. Here, you can find the available recordings, if you like to dive deeper into the research we are conducting. Many of the videos listed here can be found on the FACE-IT YouTube channel.

FACE-IT teamed up with the media study program at the University of Bremen. Our project was used as an example to learn “Constructive Reporting”. The students of the seminar prepared, among other material, a very nice introduction video.

Recording of the livestreamed “EU-US Arctic cooperation” event, hosted by the Polar Institute and the Global Europe Program of the Wilson Center (Washington DC, US) and co-organized by the European Union. From 46:50 on, the panel starts which included FACE-IT project leader Kai Bischof (Marine Botany, University of Bremen, Germany).

Arctic biodiversity, climate and food security

This policy brifing has been held in Brussels in the premises of the DG Research & Innovation of the European Commission on 15 March 2023. Find a report and the policy brief here.

Recording of the policy briefing

Including presentations from the projects FACE-IT, ECOTIP and CHARTER as well as the subsequent panel discussion.

Welcome address of John Bell

(Director Healthy Planet, Directorate-General for Research & Innovation)

Recording of the webinar “The Science We Need for the Healthy Fjords We Want”, which was an official UN Ocean Decade Satellite Event of the Productive Ocean Laboratory. It took place on 1 June 2022. From 24:38 on, Kai Bischof (Marine Botany, University of Bremen, Germany) introduces FACE-IT to the listeners.

Podcast episode of the series “Drivkraft” with Dr. Lill Rastad Bjørst (Aalborg University, Denmark) [in Danish].

Wälder unter Wasser - Grossalgen und ihre Gemeinschaften

These public lectures were part of the series “Knowledge at 11” (Wissen um 11), taking place at every Saturday, at 11 am of the “House of Science Bremen” (Haus der Wissenschaft Bremen). The language of the presentations is German.

Arctic Flords without Ice? Biological and Societal Effects of Melting Glaciers

This public colloquium has been held in the frame of the FACE-IT annual meeting 2022. It took place in the House of Science in Bremen, Germany, on 30 November 2022 and was composed of eight brief research presentations and a subsequent plenary discussion. Find the programme here.

The new Arctic: Ecological and societal transitions in glacial fjord systems

This colloquium has been held in the frame of the FACE-IT kick-off meeting 2020. It took place online 25 November 2020 and was composed of four brief research presentations and two presentations of Arctic educational programmes.

Lecture of Kai Bischof (Marine Botany, University of Bremen, Germany) during an online course entitled “International school on integrated environmental studies in the Arctic with respect to Climate Changes”, held on 29 September 2022.

Lecture of Kai Bischof (Marine Botany, University of Bremen, Germany) during an online course entitled “International school on integrated environmental studies in the Arctic with respect to Climate Changes”, held on 07 October 2021.

This introduction video to the FACE-IT project was produced to accompany an online poster presentation at the Alaska Marine Science Symposium 2022.

Lecture [in German] of Dr. Nora Diehl (Marine Botany, University of Bremen, Germany) during the “1. MINTec-Camp am Gauß-Gymnasium in Worms”. This lecture took place on 15 September 2022.

Interview [in German] with Dr. Nora Diehl (Marine Botany, University of Bremen, Germany) at the “Wormser Montags-Magazin” This interview took place on 15 September 2022.

Lecture [in German] of Kai Bischof (Marine Botany, University of Bremen, Germany) in the series “Marine Research in the Past, Present and the Future” of the Bremen Society for Natural Sciences. This lecture took place online on 24 January 2022.

Lecture [in German] of Luisa Düsedau (Alfred Wegener Institute, Helmholtz Centre for Polar and Marine Research, Bremerhaven, Germany) in the series “Marine Research in the Past, Present and the Future” of the Bremen Society for Natural Sciences. This lecture took place on 22 November 2021 in the Überseemuseum Bremen.

Lecture [in German] of Nora Diehl (Marine Botany, University of Bremen, Germany) in the series “Wissen um 11” (Knowledge at 11) of the House of Science Bremen, from 13 November 2021.

This introduction video [in Danish] to the FACE-IT project was produced during a seminar at Aalborg University.


Brochures

FACE-IT produced several brochures to be used as outreach material for various event, workshops etc. Feel free to download the matieral here, if you would like to inform about FACE-IT. We are happy to help out with more information in case you are planning a bigger event.

An introduction to FACE-IT

The “Constructive Reporting” students of the University of Bremen also produced this FACE-IT brochure about our aims, study sites and research areas.

Results in and Research Gaps of Arctic Biodiversity Research

Three EU projects are working on the effects of cryosphere loss on Arctic biodiversity. While FACE-IT research is located at the coast, ECOTIP is working in the open ocean and CHARTER is researching on land. Together, the three projects synthesized their research results and formulated the arising research gaps.

Arctic biodiversity, climate and food security

This brochure was designed jointly by the projects ECOTIP, CHARTER and FACE-IT on occasion of their joint policy briefing in Brussels on 15 March 2023.

Learning to Manage Changing Fjords

FACE-IT aims to co-produce knowledge to enable adaptive co-management in changing Arctic socio-ecological fjord systems. To support the local stakeholder workshops, a brochure was designed to explain the social science components of the project.

 

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