ARCUS Annual Meetings
The ARCUS Annual Meeting is held each spring in Washington D.C. The meetings serve to gather member institution representatives, the Board of Directors, and the staff of ARCUS together with other members of the arctic research community and key agency personnel and policy makers.
To review information from past meetings or to preview this year's ARCUS Annual Meeting, see our archive at: http://archive.arcus.org/annual_meetings/.
In order to provide a venue for arctic researchers in all disciplines to interact with colleagues and agency representatives, ARCUS hosts the Arctic Forum each year in conjunction with the ARCUS Annual Meeting. The Arctic Forum provides access for individual researchers to information on research, education, and facilities outside of their fields, which has led to many successful collaborations. Since its inception in October 1994, the Arctic Forum remains one of only a few interdisciplinary arctic science meetings.
Arctic Forum Abstract Volume
ARCUS annually publishes abstracts from oral and poster presentations at the Arctic Forum, an interdisciplinary scientific conference held in conjunction with the ARCUS Annual Meeting each year. To download editions of previous Arctic Forum Abstract Volumes please click here.