Multiple Newsletters Available

Date: 
28 December 2012

Multiple Newsletters Available

1. Northern Notes Newsletter, Autumn/Winter 2012
International Arctic Social Sciences Association

2. The Towline, Fall 2012
North Slope Borough Department of Wildlife Management

3. Annual Newsletter, 2012
Arctic Eider Society

4. IASOA Observations, Winter 2012
International Arctic Systems for Observing the Atmosphere

5. SCAR Newsletter: Issue 31, December 2012
Scientific Committee on Antarctic Research

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1. Northern Notes Newsletter, Autumn/Winter 2012
International Arctic Social Sciences Association

The International Arctic Social Sciences Association (IASSA)
Autumn/Winter 2012 issue of the Northern Notes newsletter is now
available. The newsletter can be downloaded from the IASSA website, at:
http://www.iassa.org/news-letter.

This issue features articles on topics including:

- The International Polar Initiative
- CIRCLA's Recent & Current Activities
- Resilience Thinking for Adaptation & Transformation in the Arctic
- AHDR-II: Progress Report
- Building Antarctic Social Sciences
- The Opening of ARCUM
- News from the Extractive Industries Working Group

For further information about IASSA, please go to:
http://www.iassa.org.

To download the newsletter, please go to:
http://www.iassa.org/news-letter.

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2. The Towline, Fall 2012
North Slope Borough Department of Wildlife Management

The Fall 2012 newsletter of the North Slope Borough Department of
Wildlife Management is now available online. To view the most recent
edition of 'The Towline,' please click on the Fall 2012' link at:
http://www.north-slope.org/departments/wildlife/dwm_newsletters.php.

The newsletter provides information on current studies, research, and
other happenings within the North Slope Borough Department of Wildlife
Management. The purpose is to keep the public informed and to provide
contact information for subsistence hunters and concerned residents of
the North Slope.

For further information on the organization, please go to:
http://www.north-slope.org/departments/wildlife/.

To view the newsletter, please click on the 'Fall 2012' link at:
http://www.north-slope.org/departments/wildlife/dwm_newsletters.php.

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3. Annual Newsletter, 2012
Arctic Eider Society

The Arctic Eider Society announces that their annual newsletter is now
available. The newsletter highlights the year's accomplishments, and can
be downloaded at: http://www.arcticeider.com/AES~SEA_2012Newsletter.pdf.

The organization is committed to preserving the integrity of sea ice
ecosystems in Hudson Bay. The documentary film, 'People of a Feather,'
is also available on the website in its original format as well as in a
new educational version that includes lesson plans. Proceeds will be
used for winter programs in Hudson Bay and to bring Inuit to New York
for a theatrical release in Spring 2013.

For further information, please go to:
http://www.arcticeider.com/.

To download the newsletter, please go to:
http://www.arcticeider.com/AES~SEA_2012Newsletter.pdf.

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4. IASOA Observations, Winter 2012
International Arctic Systems for Observing the Atmosphere

International Arctic Systems for Observing the Atmosphere (IASOA)
announces the availability of the Winter 2012 issue of their newsletter,
'IASOA Observations.' It is available online, at: http://bit.ly/Sc45Ai.

IASOA was initiated as an International Polar Year (IPY) project to
address key atmospheric science questions through coordinating the
considerable atmospheric observing assets at nine pan-arctic
observatories. Its mission is to advance coordinated research objectives
from independent pan-arctic atmospheric observatories through
strategically developing comprehensive observational capacity;
facilitating data access and usability through a single gateway; and
mobilizing contributions to synergistic science and socially-relevant
services derived from IASOA assets and expertise.

The Newsletter is intended to provide activity updates at the key arctic
observatories, feature science developments at individual observatories
or highlight cross-site science, provide updates on the IASOA data
portal, and provide insights into ground-based observations at
high-latitudes. Contributions from interested parties are welcome.

To view the Winter 2012 edition of the newsletter, please go to:
http://bit.ly/Sc45Ai.

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5. SCAR Newsletter: Issue 31, December 2012
Scientific Committee on Antarctic Research

The Scientific Committee on Antarctic Research (SCAR) announces that
Issue 31 (December 2012) of the SCAR Newsletter is available at:
http://tinyurl.com/December2012-SCARNewsletter. This issue of the
newsletter includes:

- SCAR focus on Humanities;
- News and Announcements from SCAR;
- Antarctic Science;
- Polar and APECS News; and
- Forthcoming Events.

To download the newsletter, please go to:
http://tinyurl.com/December2012-SCARNewsletter.

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