Multiple Meetings Available

Date: 
23 April 2014

Multiple Meetings Available

1. REMINDER: Arctic Maritime and Security Forum
8-9 May 2014
Tromso, Norway

2. Graduate Climate Conference
Registration and Call for Abstracts
31 October - 2 November 2014
Pack Forest Conference Center
Seattle, Washington

3. Save the Date
Arctic in Rapid Transition Science Workshop
21-24 October 2014
Brest, France

4. REMINDER: Registration and Abstract Deadlines
9th Antarctic Meteorological Observing, Modeling, and
Forecasting Workshop 2014
9-11 June 2014
Charleston, South Carolina

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1. REMINDER: Arctic Maritime and Security Forum
8-9 May 2014
Tromso, Norway

Organizers of the Arctic Maritime and Security Forum entitled
"Cooperation 66 Degree North" announce a call for registration. The
forum will convene 8-9 May 2014 in Tromso, Norway.

The forum is designed to enhance communication, cooperation, and
collaboration across political, economic, and security sectors
throughout the circumpolar region and beyond. In particular, it will
focus on fostering frank discourse about security, safety, and
operational and legal challenges in the maritime and offshore sectors of
the circumpolar region.

The forum will be comprised of expert presentations, panel discussions,
working group dialogues, excursions, and networking receptions. The
program will be conducted in the English language.

Forum participants will be divided into three subject-matter working
groups across the following fields:

- Arctic offshore and maritime security challenges;
- Maritime industries: shipping, oil and gas, and transport; and
- Law, regulations, and compliance for Arctic operations.

Online Registration deadline: Wednesday, 7 May 2014.

For further information, and to register, go to:
http://www.eventbee.com/v/66north.

For an alternative registration site, please see:
http://www.66north.eventbrite.com.

For questions, contact the event organizers at: info@tactique.org.

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2. Graduate Climate Conference
Registration and Call for Abstracts
31 October - 2 November 2014
Pack Forest Conference Center
Seattle, Washington

Organizers announce open registration and a call for abstracts for the
8th Graduate Climate Conference (GCC). The conference will convene 31
October - 2 November 2014 at the Pack Forest Conference Center in
Seattle Washington.

The conference is organized by graduate students at the University of
Washington to build graduate student connections across disciplines and
between institutions. The goal of the conference is to assemble a broad
range of talks and posters featuring student research focused on past,
present, and future climate change and its impacts. Students at all
stages of their graduate career are encouraged to apply and submit
abstracts on climate research from the physical, natural, social
science, and humanities disciplines, including oceanography, atmospheric
sciences, biology, geosciences, environmental sciences, engineering,
geography, public policy, economics, law, ethics, and anthropology.
Lodging and meals are covered for all participants. Limited travel
funding is also available.

Abstract submission deadline: Sunday, 1 June 2014.

For further information, to apply, and to submit abstracts, please go to:
http://www.graduateclimateconference.com/.

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3. Save the Date
Arctic in Rapid Transition Science Workshop
21-24 October 2014
Brest, France

Organizers announce that the Arctic in Rapid Transition (ART) Science
workshop, entitled "Integrating spatial and temporal scales in the
changing Arctic System: towards future research priorities" will convene
21-24 October 2014 in Brest, France.

This international workshop will provide a forum to discuss the
integration of spatial and temporal scales to better understand the
changing Arctic system as a whole. The discussion will include various
Arctic research fields such as physical oceanography, sea-ice,
biogeochemical cycles and ecosystems functioning, marine biodiversity,
land-ocean interactions, ocean-atmosphere exchanges and ocean
acidification, paleo-reconstruction and biological archives, and social
sciences. Limited funding will be available for early career scientists.

For further information about the workshop, please go to:
http://istas.sciencesconf.org/.

For questions, please contact the workshop organizers
(istasworkshop@gmail.com).

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4. REMINDER: Registration and Abstract Deadlines
9th Antarctic Meteorological Observing, Modeling, and
Forecasting Workshop 2014
9-11 June 2014
Charleston, South Carolina

The SPAWAR Systems Center Atlantic, Polar Programs IPT, in cooperation
with and hosted by the College of Charleston Department of Physics and
Astronomy, invite attendance and participation in the 9th Antarctic
Meteorological Observing, Modeling, and Forecasting Workshop (AMOMFW).
The workshop will be held 9-11 June 2014 (with an icebreaker on the
evening of 8 June) at the College of Charleston's School of Education
Health and Human Performance Center.

Registration and abstract submission deadline: Friday, 9 May 2014.

This workshop brings together those with research and
operational/logistical interests in Antarctic meteorology and
forecasting and related disciplines. As in the past, the annual
activities and status of the observing (e.g. Automatic Weather Stations)
and modeling (Antarctic Mesoscale Prediction System) efforts will be
addressed. Feedback and results from their user communities will be
solicited. This workshop is also a forum for current results and ideas
in Antarctic meteorology, numerical weather prediction, and weather
forecasting from contributors around the world. There will be
discussions on the relationships among international efforts and
Antarctic forecasting, logistical support, and science. Organizers
welcome papers and posters on these topics.

Registration and abstract submission deadline: Friday, 9 May 2014.

Reduced rate lodging deadline: Thursday, 1 May 2014.

To submit an abstract, register, or find more information, please go to:
http://amrc.ssec.wisc.edu/meetings/meeting2014/i....

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