Bert Bolin Centre's Arctic Climate Summer School

Event Type: 
Field Training and Schools
When: 
1 August 2011 to 12 August 2011
Where: 
Abisko Research Station, Lake Tornatrask, Sweden

The summer school is a two week graduate level course designed to give students a higher level of understanding of the Arctic climate system. The course is structured in two parts, the first is a week lectures presented by invited speakers on the relevant principals, theories and dynamics of what defines Arctic climate, from the planetary level through the atmosphere to the oceans and land. The second week of the course is devoted to actual field and laboratory exercises where students will have an opportunity to work and explore in more detail unique aspects of Arctic climate. The Arctic Climate Summer School, is presented by the Stockholm University's, Bert Bolin Centre: Climate Research School (www.bbcc.su.se/education/courses.html). Participants will receive 4 higher education credits (HEC) upon completion.

To learn more about the summer school and to register please visit:
http://www.bbcc.su.se/2011-summer-school-on-arctic-climate.html