Aiming to track seabird contamination all around the Arctic and being based on existing field programmes and campaigns, ARCTOX involves many partners from various institutes.

ARCTOX also closely collaborates with SEATRACK, a Norwegian research programme aiming to understand the large scale distribution and movements of seabirds.

THE PROJECT GROUP

J. Fort (Project PI)
P. Bustamante
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C. Albert (PhD student)
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F. Cusset (PhD student)
M. Renedo (Post-doc researcher)
M. Brault-Favrou

THE PARTNERS

CANADA

W.J. Montevecchi
M. Mallory
J. Provencher
G. Gilchrist
K. Elliott
G. J. Robertson
D. Fifield

DENMARK

A. Mosbech
F. Merckel
R. Dietz
M. Frederiksen
I. Eulaers
C. Sonne

ESTONIA

T. Sepp

FAROE ISLANDS

J. Danielsen
B. Olsen

FRANCE

S. Leclaire
O. Chastel
O. Gilg
G. Yannic
D. Grémillet
T. Boulinier

ICELAND

T. L. Þórarinsson
E. S. Hansen
J. E. Jónsson
Y. Kolbeinsson
S. Gíslason

NORWAY

H. Strøm
S. Descamps
G. W. Gabrielsen
T. K. Reiertsen
E. Lorentzen
S. A. Hanssen
B. Moe
S-A. Lorentsen
T. Anker-Nilssen
M. Langset
S. Christensen-Dalsgaard
G. H. Systad
M. Helberg
K. Sagerup
T. Holm Carlsen
H. H. Helgason
N. Dehnhard

POLAND

D. Jakubas
K. Wojczulanis-Jakubas

RUSSIA

M. Gavrilo
G. Tertitski
A. Ezhov
E. Golubova
E. Tolmacheva

SCOTLAND

P. Thompson

U.S.A

A. Kitaysky
S. Hatch
H. Renner
M. Romano
N. Rojek
R. Orben