PhD School on Ice Core Techniques (ICAT) 2.0 ECTS is to be held in Copenhagen, Denmark from September 24-29, 2018.
The PhD course is aimed at PhD students and junior postdocs who conduct ice core analysis or are users of ice core data (glaciological, oceanographic, climate modelers, earth scientists). ICAT aims to educate a new generation of ice core researchers and foster a collaborative environment for future glaciological projects.
The aim of the workshop is to continue strengthening the links between MOSAiC science objectives and the specific plans for observing, modeling, and synthesis activities. The MOSAiC team invites participation from MOSAiC participants, partners, and stakeholders. The registration contains a short request about your involvement in MOSAiC to ensure that all participants are strongly linked with, and contributing to, core MOSAiC goals.
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Graduate students associated with University of Washington’s Program on Climate Change are pleased to announce the 12th Annual Graduate Climate Conference (GCC), which will be held November 2-4, 2018 at the University of Washington Pack Forest Conference Center.
The GCC is an interdisciplinary conference run by graduate students, for graduate students. The organizers of GCC strive to feature a diverse representation of students and research topics to create a broader, more inclusive community for emerging leaders in climate-related fields.
The Italian Association for the Study of Clays (AISA) and the Institute of Methodologies for Environmental Analysis (IMAA) are pleased to invite you to DUST 2018, the International Conference on Atmospheric Dust. The meeting provides an unique opportunity for mineralogists, physicists, geochemists, engineers, volcanologists, chemists and for many other specialists to share ideas and knowledge on the boundless world of the atmospheric particles.
Organizers at the University of Alaska Fairbanks (UAF) invite registration for Alaska National Lab Day.
During this event, research scientists and lab directors from the 17 U.S. Department of Energy national laboratories will co-lead conversations about cutting-edge research important to Alaska and the world. Discussions will focus on the following themes:
Polar Regions in Transformation - Climatic Change and Anthropogenic Pressures
The 15th International Circumpolar Remote Sensing Symposium (ICRSS) will take place September 10-14, 2018 in Potsdam, Germany.
Earth's Polar Regions feature cold-climate environments characterized by unique landscapes, biota, and processes. Many of these features and dynamics are Cryosphere-driven and either are already subject to or have the potential for fundamental and rapid changes in a warming world. Earth observation technologies provide crucial tools to understand and quantify these changes.
We would like to invite you to a PolarConnect Event (webinar) with teacher Keith Smith and the team studying Chemical Ecology of Shallow Water Marine Communities. Keith will share his experiences working with the researchers at Palmer Station, Antarctica.
In recent years with rapid changes of climate and environment in the Arctic region and China’s economic growth, the interaction between China and the Arctic has been increasingly deepened, which calls for a coherent and sustainable development of the Arctic and China.
China-Nordic Arctic research cooperation has been intensified over the past few years and during that period Chinese institutes such as the Polar Research Institute of China (PRIC) and Shanghai Institute of International Studies (SIIS) have strengthened their ties with international counterparts.