Upcoming Events

Documenting and Understanding Tundra Ecosystem Changes
When: 
Mon, 09/09/2019 to Fri, 09/13/2019
Where: 
Parma, Italy

The International Tundra Experiment (ITEX) steering committee invites abstracts for the next ITEX meeting. This meeting will have the theme of Documenting and Understanding Tundra Ecosystem Changes, and will focus on ecological research in Arctic and alpine environments.

Organizers invite abstracts on the following themes:

When: 
Mon, 09/09/2019 to Fri, 09/13/2019
Where: 
Copenhagen, Denmark

The Annual Meetings of the EMS aim at fostering exchange and cross-fertilization of ideas in the meteorological, climatological, and related communities. Facilitating interactions, integration, and engagement of science, applications, and actors is our core objective. The session programme highlights these goals and offers many opportunities for enhancing collaboration across the entire weather and climate enterprise (public, private, academic, users, and NGOs) to benefit societies in Europe and worldwide.

Rocking Earth’s Future
When: 
Mon, 09/09/2019 to Fri, 09/13/2019
Where: 
Berlin, Germany

The German Chapter of the Young Earth Scientists Network (YES) is pleased to announce the 5th International YES Congress 2019 "Rocking Earth's Future" to be held at the Freie Universität Berlin in Berlin, Germany.

When: 
Tue, 09/10/2019 to Sat, 09/21/2019
Where: 
Karthaus, Italy

The course provides a basic introduction to the dynamics of glaciers and ice sheets with a focus on ice-climate interactions. Topics include: continuum mechanics, sliding and hydraulics, numerical modelling, polar meteorology, ice-ocean interaction, ice cores, interaction of ice sheets with the solid earth, etc. The course is meant for Ph.D. students that work on a glaciology-related climate project. Some places are available for junior scientists.

When: 
Tue, 09/10/2019 to Thu, 09/12/2019
Where: 
Nome, Alaska

The Summit is the centerpiece of the Alaskan Inuit Food Sovereignty Initiative. It will bring together Inuit from communities throughout our four regions to hear directly from community members on a way forward, to set the framework for the Alaskan Inuit Food Sovereignty Management Action Plan.

For more information:
Vernae Angnaboogok, Cultural Sustainability Advisor
Email: vernae [at] iccalaska.org

Sustainable Development: A Major Challenge Across the Globe
When: 
Tue, 09/10/2019 to Wed, 09/11/2019
Where: 
Singapore

Episirus Scientifica holds 2019 Environmental Science and Climate Change Conference (2019ESCC) around the theme "Sustainable Development: A Major Challenge Across the Globe".

Presenters: Sinéad L. Farrell, University of Maryland
When: 
Wed, 09/11/2019
Where: 
Online: 7:30-8:30am AKDT, 11:30am-12:30pm EDT

Abstract:

When: 
Wed, 09/11/2019 to Fri, 09/13/2019
Where: 
Loughborough, United Kingdom

This three day conference brings together UK Arctic scientists from all natural and social science disciplines to present and discuss recent findings.

Registration for this interdisciplinary conference is free, and the themes of the conference include: Atmosphere, Cryosphere, Terrestrial, Marine and Human/Social.

The call for Registration and Abstract Submission is now open. The deadline for abstract submission is 12th July 2019 and the deadline for Registration is 30th August 2019.

When: 
Sun, 09/15/2019 to Wed, 09/18/2019
Where: 
The Queen’s College, Oxford, United Kingdom

FRISP is an annual meeting to share research related to ice shelves, and their interactions with the ice sheet, ocean, and atmosphere. It is an Expert Group of the Scientific Committee on Antarctic Research (SCAR), and has organised regular meetings in Europe since 1984. FRISP is an appropriate meeting to present work in progress and discuss emerging research ideas, and is well-suited to early career researchers as well as senior scientists.

When: 
Mon, 09/16/2019 to Fri, 09/20/2019
Where: 
Hawai’i Convention Center in Honolulu, Hawai’i

As part of the decadal conference series, OceanObs’19 will galvanize the ocean observing community ranging from scientists to end users. OceanObs’19 seeks to improve response to scientific and societal needs of a fit-for-purpose integrated ocean observing system, for better understanding the environment of the Earth, monitoring climate, and informing adaptation strategies as well as the sustainable use of ocean resources.