Czech Science in the Arctic
Czechia has a long tradition of involvement in Arctic research. From the 1960s-1980s, a number of Czechoslovak scientific expeditions to the Arctic were organized and successfully completed.
Since 1989, the University of South Bohemia in České Budějovice has been involved in supporting ongoing Arctic research activities.
Czechia has been operating its own Arctic Research “Josef Svoboda Station“ in Svalbard since 2015 and wishes to present the results of its work at international scene and for the benefit of Arctic science.
Czechia publishes “Czech Polar Reports”, a semi-annual international journal of original research papers related to the polar regions.
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