Please join us for a live PolarConnect Event (webinar) with teacher Kim Young and the team studying Winter Respiration in the Arctic. This webinar will focus on the research that teacher Kim participated in over the summer of 2018 in the Arctic. She was part of a team that is researching seasonal changes in the amount of carbon dioxide (CO2) released from permafrost soils in Alaska. During this event, members of her team will be on hand to answer your questions. She will be broadcasting live from Massachusetts.
Join fellow geographers, GIS specialists, environmental scientists, and other leaders for the latest in research and applications in geography, sustainability, and GIScience. The meeting will feature more than 6,000 presentations, posters, workshops, and field trips by leading scholars, experts, and researchers.
We would like to invite you to participate in 5th annual Students in Polar and Alpine Research Conference (SPARC), which will be held in Brno, Czech Republic.
If you are a student or a young scientist (less than three years after the PhD defence) and work within the fields of geo- or biosciences in the polar regions or in the mountains, send us your registration form and abstract.
You can find further information regarding the abstract guidelines and deadlines for registration on the conference website.
The Arctic Workshop is an annual meeting dedicated to all aspects of high-latitude Earth science and environmental research. Running since 1970, the workshop is an informal meeting space for scientists at all career stages working in fields encompassing high- latitude climate, hydrology, glaciology, oceanography, ecology, archaeology, solid Earth processes and hazards in past, present and future environments.
We welcome research contributions on any of these themes, and we particularly encourage student and early career scientist participation (reduced student fees).
Quantifying the Indirect Effect: from Sources to Climate Effects of Natural and Transported aerosol in the Arctic
Thu, 04/04/2019 to Fri, 04/05/2019
British Antarctic Survey in Cambridge, United Kingdom
The inaugural QuIESCENT Arctic workshop (Quantifying the Indirect Effect: from Sources to Climate Effects of Natural and Transported aerosol in the Arctic) will take place at the British Antarctic Survey in Cambridge, United Kingdom.
The QuIESCENT Arctic Workshop will bring together aerosol and cloud physicists and chemists to identify the key outstanding challenges in understanding and quantifying Arctic aerosol-cloud interactions, with a focus on how Arctic air pollution affects clouds in the region.
An International Symposium on Mitigation Measures against Snow Avalanches and Other Rapid Gravity Mass Flows will be held in Siglufjörður, N-Iceland, by the Association of Chartered Engineers in Iceland (VFI).
Abstract submission deadline: 31st October 2018. Registration deadline: 15th December 2018
Since 2007, the High North Dialogue conference series have brought together Arctic leaders – present and future – to discuss the dimensions of the changes taking place in the Arctic. Set in Bodø – the second largest community in North Norway and gateway to Lofoten – the High North Dialogue 2019 will provide you with a different perspective on the future of the Arctic.
High North Dialogue also consists of different side events. Contact us of you want to learn more or arrange your own side event.
The symposium will be held at Stanford University in Stanford, California, USA on 8 –12 July 2019. The main symposium will take place from Tuesday morning, 9 July, until the afternoon of Friday 12 July. On Monday 8 July there will be a presymposium short-course on ice penetrating radar science and engineering for early-career researchers. Also on Monday 8 July, side meetings will also be scheduled for collaborative radar sounding projects including BedMap3 and the SCAR AntArchitecture project.