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She coordinates hundreds of researchers bound for the Arctic

Margareta Johansson has been featured in several media outlets due to her commitment to coordinate the international polar project Interact.
Margareta Johansson

Margareta Johansson, research coordinator at the department, was interviewed regarding her coordinating role in the international polar project, Interact.

Johansson talked, among other things, about the major grant from the EU and stated that the funds are to be used to send more researchers to the Arctic, make data available using artificial intelligence and reduce the climate impact of the research stations.

This was reported by Sydsvenskan (in Swedish, for subscribers) and Sweden's national publicly funded radio broadcaster Sveriges Radio (in Swedish, 04:22 minutes into the broadcast).

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Department of Physical Geography and Ecosystem Science
Lund University
Sölvegatan 12
S-223 62 Lund
Sweden

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