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Nicolaus Copernicus University Polar Station is the northernmost
Polish research unit. It is located in the northern part of coastal
plain called Kaffiøyra (Coffee Plain), on the northwestern
Spitsbergen, the biggest island in the arctic archipelago Svalbard.
Hahut (this is the name of NCU Polar Station) provides facilities for the organization of Nicolaus Copernicus Polar Expeditions. So far there were orginized thirty seven Expeditions. Members of them were scientist from both Polish and foreign research units, students, climbers, speleologists and divers.
In base on Station we conduct research mainly in glaciology, hydrology, geomorphology and climatology.
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Localization of NCU Polar Station - click to enlarge
(Król M., Ćmielewski M., 2010, Sattelite Orthofotomap - Forlandsundet - Spitsbergen)
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Hahut in spring and summer time - click to get larger
Department of Cryology and Polar Research, IG NCU
ul. Gagarina 9, 87-100 Torun
Iridium satellite phone (working during expedition time only): +8816 41415688
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