Organizers announces a call for applications for a field course entitled, "Advanced Climate Dynamics Course on the Role of High Latitudes in Centennial to Millennial Scale Climate Variability."
The goal of the course is to provide students with empirical, proxy, and dynamical training within climate science and an understanding the basic principles and dynamics behind centennial to millennial scale climate variability and their link to past, present and future changes to high latitude climate.
Ice Core Young Scientists (ICYS) is pleased to announce a workshop for Early Career Researchers in ice core science to be held immediately before the upcoming IPICS Open Science Conference, on Sunday 06 March 2016.
The linkages between the Arctic climate change and mid-latitude climate and weather
Organizers of Asia Oceania Geosciences Society session AS41, entitled "The linkages between the Arctic climate change and mid-latitude climate and weather,'" announce a call for abstracts. This session will be convened at the 2016 Annual Asia Oceania Geosciences Society Meeting, scheduled for 31 July thru 5 August 2016 in Beijing, China.
Organizers remind the Arctic community that registration is available for the 2016 Arctic Science Summit Week (ASSW) and Arctic Observing Summit (AOS). The meetings will be held 12-18 March 2016 in Fairbanks, Alaska.
Participants of the 2016 Arctic Science Summit Week (ASSW) and Arctic Observing Summit (AOS) are encouraged to save 20% and register online by Tuesday, 1 March 2016. Onsite registration will begin on Friday, 11 March 2016.
This 1-day meeting will be held just prior to the start of ICOP (http://icop2016.org/) in Potsdam, Germany. The program and exact location on the Telegrafenberg campus (building and room) will be announced soon.
NSF Directorate for Social, Behavioral & Economic Sciences
The goals of the Science of Learning (SL) Program are to: advance fundamental knowledge about learning through integrative research; connect the research to specific scientific, technological, educational, and workforce challenges; and enable research communities to capitalize on new opportunities and discoveries. The program supports projects that emphasize consilience of knowledge, adopting diverse disciplinary approaches to shared research questions. The program seeks to develop robust and integrated accounts of contexts, mechanisms, and effective strategies of learning.
The North Pacific Research Board (NPRB) is currently accepting submissions to their 10th Annual Photo Contest. The deadline for submissions is Monday, 29 February 2016.
Each year, NPRB conducts a photo contest featuring beautiful images of sea life, seascapes, coastal scenes, and marine research within the waters of the North Pacific Ocean. This area includes the Gulf of Alaska, Prince William Sound, Bering Sea/Aleutian Islands, Bering Strait or Chukchi/Beaufort Seas.