The QGreenland project team acknowledges the following people, organizations, and projects for making our work possible and enjoyable.

Prior art

The Quantarctica project inspired QGreenland. Our innovation on this prior work is open-source and reproducible package creation. Thank you!


The U.S. National Science Foundation grant #1928393 funded the development of QGreenland versions 1.x, 2.x, and 3.x. Thank you!

Editorial board

The QGreenland Editorial Board made it possible for QGreenland to cover a wide variety of scientific disciplines at high quality. Thank you!

Open-source software

QGreenland would not have been possible without the following open-source projects. This is not an exhaustive list – if your project is listed in one of the environments described in the GitHub: environments/ file, thank you!

Project Collaborators

QGreenland is developed by researchers, software developers, and education specialists at the National Snow and Ice Data Center and Cooperative Institute for Research in Environmental Sciences at the University of Colorado Boulder. The QGreenland project is funded by the U.S. National Science Foundation EarthCube program under grant #1928393. The QGreenland project is advised by an Editorial Board consisting of international content experts in remote sensing and GIS, cryospheric and geologic sciences, ecology, climate modeling, and more. Other project collaborators include: The Geological Survey of Denmark and Greenland (De Nationale Geologiske Undersøgelser for Danmark og Grønland), Technical University of Denmark (Dansmarks Tekniske Universitet), Danish Meteorological Institute (Dansmarks Meteorologiske Institut), Asiaq - Greenland Survey, Norwegian Polar Institute (Norsk Polarinstitutt), Arctic Data Committee, International Arctic Science Committee, WWF-Danmark, U.S. Polar Geospatial Center, Greenland Ice Sheet Ocean Science Network, N.S.F. Polar Computing RCN, and Isaafik. More information about the QGreenland team and collaborators is available at the website