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Dunbeg scientists at forefront of international Arctic project

THE Scottish Association for Marine Science based at Dunbeg is part of a major new project in the Arctic.

SAMS scientists will be part of the initiative to improve detailed understanding of the processes and impacts of changing climate and to construct better long-term forecast systems for the increasingly extreme weather of the Arctic and the wider northern hemisphere.

The project, called Blue-Action, is a four-year research and innovations effort funded by the European Union’s Horizon 2020 programme with 7.5 million euros of investment. It brings together 116 experts from 40 organisations in 17 countries on three continents working in academia, local authorities and maritime industries.

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