Passion for Life: Emotions and Feelings in the North and Siberia
Mon, 10/24/2016 to Wed, 10/26/2016
St. Petersburg, Russia
The Siberian Studies conference in St. Petersburg is the largest international conference for Siberian Studies researchers in Russia. It aims to increase the interest of early career scholars in Siberian native culture and emotional anthropology, and to provide a mentoring role for new scholars. The SHWG will support the participation of early career researchers from IASC countries to attend this conference in October 2016. It will provide an opportunity to discuss future project proposals.
Founded in 1969, the Offshore Technology Conference (OTC) is the world’s foremost event for the development of offshore resources in the fields of drilling, exploration, production and environmental protection. The Arctic Technology Conference (ATC) is built upon OTC’s successful multidisciplinary approach, with 14 technical societies and organizations working together to deliver the world’s most comprehensive Arctic event.
The seventeen Fulbright Arctic Initiative researchers and their co-lead scholars --who hail from all eight Arctic nations--will gather in Washington, D.C. in October 2016. The scholars will participate in policy meetings and public engagement events, including a capstone symposium showcasing the results of the Fulbright Arctic Scholars’ research and collaborations over the preceding 18 months.
The International Glaciological Society - Nordic Branch Meeting 2016 will be held at the Fram Centre in Tromsø, Norway, from Wednesday October 26 at 13:00 to Friday October 28 14:00, 2016.
The meeting is co-organized by the Norwegian Polar Institute, CliC (the Climate and Cryosphere Project of the WCRP), the University of Oslo, Dept. of Geosciences, UiT/The Arctic University of Norway, Dept. of Geology.
Forty Years of Change: a seabird responds to a melting Arctic
ARCUS DC Office - 1201 New York Avenue, NW. Fourth Floor. Washington, DC 20005 or online for live webinar
Time: 12:00pm to 1:00pm (EDT)
The ARCUS Arctic Research Seminar Series brings some of the leading Arctic researchers to Washington, D.C. to share in person and via webinar the latest findings and what they mean for decision-making. The seminars are open, and will be of interest to Federal agency officials, Congressional staff, NGOs, associations, researchers, and the public.
The 3rd Snow Science Winter School will be arranged by WSL Institute for Snow and Avalanche Research SLF and Finnish Meteorological Institute at the FMI Arctic Research Centre in Sodankylä, Finland. The school will teach advanced field techniques and relate these measurements to microwave and spectral albedo measurements. The course will consist of field and laboratory measurements combined with theoretical lessons in the classroom.
We are organizing a 3-day beginner Elmer/Ice course at the University of Oslo (the week after the IGS Nordic Branch meeting which will be held at the Fram Centre in Tromsø, Norway, from Wednesday October 26 to Friday October 28).
Sitka Sound Science Center, with funding from the National Science Foundation, is sponsoring a three-day Science Communication workshop in Sitka, Alaska for scientists working in Alaska.
October 31, 2016
November 1, 2016
November 2, 2016
The goal of the workshop is to provide science communication training on how to present and communicate with a variety of audiences, and also to provide specific communication training on how to effectively connect your research to the interests and needs of small communities in Alaska.
Organizers announce the Forum for Arctic Modeling and Observational Synthesis (FAMOS) 2016 School and Workshop. FAMOS is an international forum for Arctic Marine Modelers (liquid ocean + sea ice, physical/biogeochemical) and those scientists who are interested in working with these modelers (e.g., observationalists, hydrologists, meteorologists, geologists, glaciologists, biologists).