2016 Arctic Field Training for NSF-Funded Researchers

Event Type: Field Training and Schools

When: 12 April 2016 to 13 April 2016

Where: Anchorage, Alaska

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Summary

CH2M HILL Polar Services (CPS) announces 2016 Arctic Field Training Course Opportunities. These courses are open to NSF-funded researchers working in the Arctic, including principal investigators, graduate students, research assistants, and undergraduate field assistants. The courses are free of charge for all qualified researchers, and limited travel funds may be available for some courses. CPS can only accept attendees whose schedules allow them to attend all days of the course.

Aviation Land and Water Survival School: April 12-13 – Anchorage, Alaska

Provided by Learn to Return Training Systems. The class provides an intense look at methods and techniques for surviving aviation accidents in Alaska in both small and large aircraft. Students are exposed to land and water crash simulations to duplicate impact conditions.

Interested participants should send their name, affiliation, email, active NSF grant number with the name of the grant's Principal Investigator, and name of course to Matt Irinaga (matt [at] polarfield.com). If the courses fill, CPS will start a waitlist.

For further information, please contact:
Matt Irinaga
Email: matt [at] polarfield.com