Organizers of the 3rd Association of Polar Early Career Scientists (APECS) International Online Conference 2017 announce a call for
abstract submissions. This year's theme is entitled, "Outside the Box: Encouraging alternative solutions for undertaking and communicating polar research."
Towards the Future: Trans-regional Cooperation in the Arctic: Development and Protection
The 5th China-Nordic Arctic Cooperation Symposium, hosted by Dalian Maritime University in collaboration with Polar Research Institute of China, will take place in Dalian, a port city in Northern China, from May 24 to 26, with the conference theme of “Towards the Future: Trans-regional Cooperation in the Arctic: Development and Protection”.
Life at the Extremes: Resilience, Adaptation and Application Potential
The International Symposium on Polar Sciences has been held annually ever since the conception of Korea’s Antarctic research schemes. This Symposium not only serves as an international forum bringing polar scientists together to exchange views and ideas, but also provides an opportunity to discuss collaborative research with peers and colleagues. Marking the 23rd series of this symposium, this year’s theme is “Life at the Extremes: Resilience, Adaptation and Application Potential”.
Organizers announce a call for abstracts for the 21st Northern Research Basins (NRB) Symposium and Workshop entitled, "Cold-region hydrology in non-stationary world." This symposium and workshop will convene 6-12 August 2017 in Yakutsk, Russia.
International Workshop to Reconcile Northern Permafrost Region Methane Budgets
Tue, 03/07/2017 to Thu, 03/09/2017
Hyatt at Olive 8: 1635 8th Ave., Seattle, Washington
Workshop participation is by invitation only.
The International Workshop to Reconcile Northern Permafrost Region Methane Budgets will take place 7-9 March 2017 in Seattle, WA. The workshop will bring together three research groups focused on methane from terrestrial sources (primarily wetlands and lakes), coastal sources, and inferences of fluxes based on atmospheric methane concentrations.
This workshop will focus on events that drive damage to Arctic vegetation, their causes, and consequences. With increasing frequency of
events causing damage to Arctic vegetation and an increasing appreciation of the diversity of different events that can cause browning, this workshop provides an opportunity to discuss Arctic browning drivers, subsequent consequences, prepare outputs, and develop future collaborations. It will take place from 10-11 May 2017 in Sheffield, United Kingdom.
Events of interest include, but are not limited to:
Team Science as Collaborative Cognition in Complex Contexts
Online: 9:00-10:00 am AKST, 1:00-2:00 pm EST
ARCUS is dedicated to connecting Arctic research across boundaries through communication, coordination, and collaboration. We are delighted to host an exclusive members-only webinar (open only to ARCUS individual members and organizational member affilliates) featuring a discussion with Dr. Stephen M. Fiore on the science of team science. Since Arctic research is often necessarily cross-institutional, cross-disciplinary, cross-sector, and international, Dr. Fiore can help us to better understand the underpinnings and challenges of such boundary-crossing team research.
Future Earth Norway, Nord University and UiT The Arctic University of Norway invite PhD students working in fields relevant to healthy oceans and the sustainable utilization of resources to a week-long interdisciplinary PhD course in marine sustainability.
We start in Bodø with lectures, a field trip and side event. We then board the Hurtigruten for stakeholder dialogues with some stops along the way in the Lofoten Islands. We´ll finish in Tromsø with further lectures, group work and another side event.