Åsa Rennermalm is an associate professor at the Department of Geography at Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey. Her research interest is hydrology and glaciology of the Arctic region. Her current work explore how climate change is transforming the Greenland ice sheet by studying ice sheet melting and river discharge.
Before coming to Rutgers, she was a postdoctoral researcher at Department of Geography at University of California Los Angeles. Her Ph.D is from Civil and Environmental Engineering at Princeton University.
The Polar Science Early Career Community Office (PSECCO) invites registration for the Belonging, Accessibility, Justice, Equity, Diversity, & Inclusion (BAJEDI) Training Workshop for Polar Early Career Scientists. This two-part online workshop will take place 8:00-11:00 a.m. AKDT on Monday, 19 September 2022 and Thursday, 29 September 2022.
Organizers invite registration for the 3rd Workshop on Food Life History of the North. This hybrid workshop will take place 30 September–1 October 2022 in Kyoto, Japan and online (29-30 September in the United States).
With a focus on the study of traditional food and local knowledge in the past, present, and future, organizers seek to learn from Indigenous and academic presenters from various disciplines and regions on “Food Life History: from Global to Local perspectives.”
The International Arctic Science Committee (IASC), in cooperation with the Prince Albert II of Monaco Foundation and the Association of Polar Early Career Scientists (APECS), is launching its IASC Fellowships Program 2023.
*UPDATE: Due to the worldwide COVID19 pandemic the IPICS OSC initially planned for 2020 had to be postponed. Also in 2021 the global situation did not allow to organize a truly international ice core conference with safe participation from all regions of the globe. The IPICS SSC therefore decided to postpone by another year. The local organization committee is now proud to announce that the IPICS OSC will take place in October 2022 and is looking forward to see all of you in person in picturesque Crans Montana in the midst of the Swiss Alps.
The Arctic Science Summit Week 2023 will be held 17 - 24 February 2023 in Vienna, Austria and Online.
The general theme of the ASSW 2023 Science Symposium is "The Arctic in the Anthropocene". Vienna and the Austrian Polar Research Institute invite researchers from all scientific disciplines to discuss the role of the Arctic in the Anthropocene, spanning the time frame from the past to the future.
Resolving Atmospheric Storms, Ocean Sub-Mesoscale Eddies, Rivers and Glaciers
Mon, 10/03/2022 to Fri, 10/07/2022
National Center for Atmospheric Research (NCAR) in Boulder, Colorado
The WCRP Digital Earths Lighthouse Activity and Earth System Modelling and Observations (ESMO) Core Project are jointly convening a workshop to bring together all relevant communities interested in ultra-high-resolution modelling.
This workshop is motivated by the urgent need for improved climate information and the major advantages and scientific potential of ultra-high-resolution climate modeling.
The International Oil Spill Science Conference 2022 (IOSSC) will be in Halifax, Canada. This conference is co-hosted by the Multi-Partner Research Initiative of Fisheries and Oceans Canada (DFO), Industry Technical Advisory Committee (ITAC), and Oil Spill Research Group of Concordia University. The conference aims to provide a platform for professionals, scholars and students from the oil spill response community, government, industry, and academia to work together to deal with the challenges in the field of oil spill response.
This IARPC Program Manager Chat features the Marine Mammal Commission, which provides independent, science-based oversight of domestic and international policies and actions of federal agencies addressing human impacts on marine mammals and their ecosystems. Executive Director Peter Thomas and Energy Policy Analyst/Alaska Native Liaison Vicki Cornish will provide an overview of the Marine Mammal Commission's work, research funding opportunities, and ways for the Arctic research community to collaborate with the commission. After their presentation, there will be time for Q&A.