Oregon Museum of Science and Industry, Portland, Oregon
The NSF-funded Polar Interdisciplinary Coordinated Education (Polar ICE) project is leading an effort to develop a suite of concepts to help Polar scientists and informal and classroom educators to communicate about Polar Regions. Polar scientists are invited to explore our newly developed Polar Literacy Principles (PLP) while practicing and discussing effective techniques for science communication with science communication experts Ari Daniel, a digital producer at NOVA and independent science reporter for public radio programs among other outlets and Dr.
The International Glaciological Society will hold an International Symposium on ‘Timescales, Processes and Glacier Dynamics’ in 2018. The symposium will be held at the Lafayette Hotel in downtown Buffalo, New York on 3–8 June 2018.
The 2018 EUMETSAT Meteorological Satellite Conference will take place in Tallinn, Estonia, from 17 to 21 September 2018. EUMETSAT will be joined in the organisation and hosting of the event by the Estonian Environment Agency, the national provider for weather and climate services in Estonia.
The conference date is very fitting as it coincides with the celebration of the Centenary of the Republic of Estonia.
The 2nd SCAR Summer School on Polar Geodesy will be held at the Ladoga Base of the Arctic and Antarctic Research Institute (AARI), in Ladozhskoe Ozero, about 70 km east of St. Petersburg, Russia, 10 to 19 May 2018. The summer school provides a concise course on geodetic ground‐based and satellite methods focussed on polar applications in combination with lectures on geophysics and glaciology.
The Fifth Forum for Young Permafrost Scientists, a geocryological conference and summer school hosted by the Melnikov Permafrost Institute, will be held 4 - 23 June 2018 in Yakutsk, Russia. Young researchers – including undergraduates, graduate students, and postdoctoral fellows – are invited to attend.
The Forum for Young Permafrost Scientists will include:
The Geocryological Conference held from 4 to 8 June 2018
The Geocryological Field Workshop from 9 to 23 June 2018
In a world of increasing turmoil the Arctic is still a place for collaboration and peaceful communication. In maintaining peaceful relations across borders in the north the encompassing science collaboration has been particular important. The vast ocean that represents the bulk of the arctic area carries large potentials, but also threats. As increasingly larger parts of it will be utilized, how do we communicate and conduct search and rescue. And more importantly, how do we secure productive and healthy oceans.
The Alaska Marine Science Symposium (AMSS), Alaska’s premier marine research conference, has been bringing together scientists, educators, resource managers, students, and interested public for over twenty years to discuss the latest marine research being conducted in Alaskan waters. Over 700 people attend this 4-day long conference held annually during the month of January.
The Workshop 'Remote Sensing for Studying the Ocean-Atmosphere Interface', co-sponsored by the European Space Agency (ESA), the National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA), and the Surface Ocean - Lower Atmosphere Study (SOLAS), will be held 13 – 15 March 2018, in Potomac, Maryland, USA, only 15 minutes from Washington, DC.
The International Arctic Science Committee’s Network on Arctic Glaciology (IASC-NAG) invite registration and abstract submissions for the Workshop on the Dynamics and Mass Budget of Arctic Glaciers and IASC Network on Arctic Glaciology Annual Meeting.