Following the success of the first three SLaCC meetings, we are pleased to announce that the fourth annual meeting of the Sea Level and Coastal Change (SLaCC) group will take place in Fort William, Scotland, with field excursions to surrounding coastal landscapes. This meeting aims to be bring together scientists from the UK and NW Europe to discuss their work in all aspects of sea level and coastal changes. We welcome cross-disciplinary engagement at the meeting, the content of which will incorporate data production (e.g.
The University of Oulu and the University of Helsinki are excited to invite you to the second UArctic Congress.
The UArctic Congress 2018 will bring together key UArctic meetings and a science conference into one single gathering, including business meetings of the Council of UArctic, Rectors’ Forum, Student Forum, Thematic Networks, and UArctic Institutes Leadership Team.
French Alps in Aussois at the Paul Langevin center
FRISP is a subcommmittee of the Scientific Committee on Antarctic Research (SCAR) Working Group of Glaciology. For several years the work of the FRISP parties was focused on the Filchner-Ronne Ice Shelf (FRIS). But meanwhile the geographical restriction to FRIS was widened up and other ice shelves have been included into the investigations. FRISP started out as an European forum, but now welcomes any scientist working on ice shelves and related issues.
The next International Seabird Group Conference is being organised by Jon Green and Samantha Patrick and colleagues from the University of Liverpool. The conference promises to provide an exciting showcase of the latest seabird research, located within the heart of the city of Liverpool, famous for its maritime history and cultural diversity. Keynote speakers and early career events will compliment two and a half days of talks and posters, covering all aspects of seabird research.
Climate variability in Antarctica and Southern Hemisphere in the past 2000 years
Tue, 09/04/2018 to Wed, 09/05/2018
Cambridge, United Kingdom
CLIVASH2k is a PAGES 2k project, which aims to improve our understanding of large scale modes of climate variability and the mechanisms and drivers of climate change in Antarctica, the sub-Antarctic and the wider Southern Hemisphere during the past 2000 years. Investigating how large-scale modes of atmospheric circulation, such as the Southern Annular Mode (SAM) and the Interdecadal Pacific Oscillation (IPO), influence the climate in Antarctica and the Southern Hemisphere on a regional scale.
The University of Exeter will be hosting the IGS British Branch Meeting on the 4th/5th September 2018. Information relating to registration, accomodation and the event programme will be posted at the website above.
For further information please email: igsbbm2018 [at] gmail.com
Organising team: Anne Le Brocq, Steve Palmer, Ali Graham, Damien Mansell, Olly Bartlett and Vicky Naylor.
The Arctic Year of Polar Prediction (YOPP) Science Workshop will be jointly organized by the Polar Prediction Project and its International Coordination Office (ICO), the International Arctic Science Committee (IASC), and the Finnish Meteorological Institute (FMI). It will be held from 14 to 16 January at the Finnish Meteorological Institute in Helsinki, Finland.