Career Development Webinar - Operating Safe and Successful Field Research Campaigns in the Polar Regions

Date: 
5 November 2012

Career Development Webinar
Operating Safe and Successful Field Research Campaigns
in the Polar Regions
Association of Polar Early Career Scientists

Tuesday, 6 November 2012 at 5:00 p.m. GMT

To register or join the webinar as it begins:
https://www1.gotomeeting.com/register/265626105

For questions, please email:
webinars@apecs.is

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The Association of Polar Early Career Scientists (APECS) announces the
fifth webinar in the Fall 2012 Career Development Webinar Series,
scheduled for Tuesday, 6 November 2012 at 5:00 p.m. GMT. For information
about alternate time zones, please see:
http://www.timeanddate.com/worldclock/converter.html.

This week's webinar is entitled "Operating Safe and Successful Field
Research Campaigns in the Polar Regions." It will be presented by Seth
Campbell of the University of Maine, School of Earth and Climate
Sciences & Climate Change Institute and the U.S. Army ERDC-Cold Regions
Research and Engineering Lab. Polar scientists work in some of the most
amazing, yet also remote and potentially dangerous environments on the
planet. What does it take to design, safely operate, and successfully
complete field work in such remote areas? This webinar and open
discussion will provide insight into remote fieldwork from the early
stages of planning to the safe completion of the project with emphasis
on real world mistakes and successes, unexpected field challenges, and
criteria that may be used for selection of field assistants.

The full schedule of future webinars is available at:
http://tinyurl.com/2012APECS-Webinars.

TO RESERVE A SPOT FOR THE WEBINAR
To reserve a spot in the webinar, please follow the "Register For
Webinar" link at: http://tinyurl.com/2012APECS-Webinars.

TO ATTEND THE WEBINAR
Each webinar will be conducted using the GoToWebinar platform. To
register in advance or join a webinar in session, go to
http://apecs.is/webinars, select a webinar and click on the "Register
For Webinar" link on the right side of the table. To attend a webinar a
computer or smartphone and an internet connection are needed. A headset
or headphones and a built-in microphone are recommended but not
required. Webcams and telephones will not be used in the presentations
and are not needed to participate.

This webinar series is possible due to the support of the High North
Academy, and GoToWebinar has been provided as an in-kind contribution
from Bredbandsfylket.

For tutorials and further information, please go to:
http://tinyurl.com/2012APECS-Webinars.

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