CAPE 2000 Update on June meeting in Iceland

Date: 
13 April 2000

This ArcticInfo message is an update of the CAPE 2000 Sea Ice in the Climate
System: The Record of the North Atlantic Arctic and ICAPP: Ice-core
Circum-Arctic Paleoclimate Program.
The original message can be read in the ArcticInfo message archive at:
http://www.arcus.org/arcusweb.4D$arcticinfo_get_298
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CAPE 2000
Sea Ice in the Climate System: The Record of the North Atlantic Arctic and
ICAPP: Ice-core Circum-Arctic Paleoclimate Programme

Joint meeting, Kirkjubaejarklaustur, Iceland, 2-6 June, 2000

The second circular for the joint meeting of CAPE and ICAPP to be held 2-6
June in the small village of Kirkjubaejarklaustur, Iceland is now available.

It can be accessed via the CAPE website at
http://www.ngdc.noaa.gov/paleo/cape/cape.html.

The meeting is divided into sessions that address:
* Sea ice, climate and civilization: an historical perspective
* The role of sea ice in the Climate System
* Sea Ice Variability in the Late Quaternary - North America, Greenland
* Sea Ice Variability in the Late Quaternary - Nordic Seas, Iceland
* Sea Ice Variability in the Late Quaternary - Arctic Ocean/Barents,
Laptev, Kara Seas

ICAPP: Sea ice records derived from Ice Cores
ICAPP: The future of Arctic Ice Coring

60 rooms have been reserved for the meeting. Although the participant list
is getting close to the maximum capacity, there remain a few vacant slots.

Anyone interested in attending should contact the local organizing committee
(Aslaug Geirsdottir age@rhi.hi.is) or CAPE Co-Chair Gifford Miller
gmiller@colorado.edu, and complete the on-line registration form at the
CAPE 2000 website.