ARCSS Program | January 2006 Surface Dynamics eTown Meeting
8:30 a.m. Alaska Standard Time
(9:30 a.m. PST; 10:30 a.m. MST; 11:30 a.m. CST;
12:30 p.m. EST)
Approximately 1.5 hours
Science Priorities of the
ARCSS Community of Practice (Co-oP):
Surface Dynamics and Human Environments of the Arctic System
The Surface Dynamics and Human Environments of the Arctic System Community of Practice (Co-oP) is a multi-disciplinary group of researchers informally organized around a set of science questions focused on trajectories of change on the arctic land and ocean surface, including patterns, drivers, and implications of surface change. The group's ultimate goal is developing a better understanding of the cumulative and interactive effects of land and ocean surface transformation on the future state of the Arctic System.
The Surface Dynamics Co-oP held this open eTown Meeting to solicit community input and discussion as they further develop and refine their science priorities.
Access the complete archive (including slides and
audio) of the eTown Meeting in three easy
- Click on the HorizonWimba archive link here.
- HorizonWimba will prompt you to log in. For Room ID, enter "ARCUS_Live" (case sensitive); for Name, simply enter your name (first and last)
- The archive should start automatically after a moment; if it does not, click on "Class Start."
Note: Please be sure to have pop-ups enabled on your Internet browser.
- Document download: Surface Dynamics Science Priorities (PDF 238KB)
- Surface Dynamics and Human Environments of the Arctic System Co-oP Concept Paper
- Sea Ice Minimum Concentration 1979-2005: NASA animation
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