The General Assembly 2015 of the European Geosciences Union (EGU) is held at the Austria Center Vienna (ACV) in Vienna, Austria, from 12 – 17 April 2015. The assembly is open to the scientists of all nations.
ASSW is the annual gathering of international organizations engaged in supporting and facilitating Arctic research. The purpose of the summit is to provide opportunities for coordination, collaboration and cooperation in all areas of Arctic science. IASC's (International Arctic Science Committee) 25th anniversary will be celebrated during ASSW2015. The summit presents an opportunity to review IASC contributions and recognize those who have been instrumental in its founding, development and growth.
The purpose of this conference is to bring researchers, practitioners and policy makers to a world-wide platform to share research and discuss creative solutions related to global climate change impacts. The conference will emphasize the importance of global climate change impacts on agriculture while covering a range of topics related to climate change impacts on land and water resources.
The next Alpine Glaciology Meeting (AGM) will be held in Milano, Italy on 7 and 8 May, 2015, with a field trip on 9 May at Forni Glacier (Stelvio National Park). As usual, this meeting serves as informal exchange platform for researchers working on snow, glaciers or permafrost. Oral and poster presentations are welcome, and young scientists are especially encouraged to present their work in progress.
The meeting will be held at University of Milano (Italy) (Università degli Studi di Milano, Via Festa del Perdono, 7).
Tools and Strategies for Assessment and Management of Data-Limited Fish Stocks
Tue, 05/12/2015 to Fri, 05/15/2015
Organizers of the 30th Wakefield Fisheries Symposium announce a call for abstracts. The theme for the 2015 symposium is "Tools and Strategies for Assessment and Management of Data-Limited Fish Stocks." It will be held 12-15 May 2015 in Anchorage, Alaska.
The symposium will bring together fishery and social scientists, managers, fishermen, and others from around the world. Organizers invite abstract submissions in the following topic areas:
The National Science Foundation (NSF) announces a crosscutting/NSF-wide solicitation for Partnerships for International Research and Education (PIRE), which is an National Science Foundation (NSF) program that supports international activities across all NSF-supported disciplines. The primary goal of PIRE is to support high quality projects in which advances in research and education could not occur without international collaboration. PIRE seeks to catalyze a higher level of international engagement in the U.S. science and engineering community.
Polar Region as a Key Observatory for the Changing Globe and Beyond
Tue, 05/19/2015 to Wed, 05/20/2015
Songdo, Incheon, Republic of Korea
The Korea Polar Research Institute will hold the 21st International Symposium on Polar Sciences in Songdo, Incheon, Republic of Korea on May 19-20, 2015. The International Symposium on Polar Sciences has been held every year since the launch of our Antarctic research and has served to bring polar scientists together providing an international forum for exchanging, sharing ideas and opinions.
Oceanography at Sea: An Introduction to Practical Aspects of Oceanography
Wed, 05/20/2015 to Wed, 06/03/2015
R/V Dana out of Tromso, Norway
Eurofleets announces a call for applications to a ship-based course for postgraduate students of marine science. Entitled "Oceanography at Sea: An Introduction to Practical Aspects of Oceanography," the course will be held aboard R/V Dana during a cruise from Tromso, Norway to Hirtshals, Denmark from 20 May to 3 June 2015.
Melting of ice sheets and glaciers adds to the mass of water that fills the ocean basins and results in solid Earth deformation over a large range of spatial and temporal scales. Both ice-ocean load and surface deformation changes (vertical and horizontal) are far from completely observed and where they are observed they are typically not fully understood.
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