Speakers: Gay Sheffield (Sea Grant), Donna Hauser (IARC), Rick Thoman (ACCAP)
Online or In-person at University of Alaska Fairbanks, Akasofu/IARC 407: 10:00-11:00am AKST, 2:00-3:00pm EST
Summer 2019 was another remarkable year for the Bering and Chukchi Sea regions, with record early sea ice loss in the spring, very warm oceans and late freeze-up producing wide ranging impacts, from the ocean food web to individual and community activities. This webinar will provide an overview of the climate and ocean extremes, the biological ramifications and societal repercussions of another unusual summer around northwest Alaska.
SouthCOP - The first Southern Hemisphere Regional Conference on Permafrost will include optional three day pre and post conference field trips, that will explore a range of landscapes, geological and glacial features within the Southern Alps.
Participants can opt for the whole roundtrip package, or choose the conference session portion and/or field excursions separately.
Abstract submissions now open, click here for guidelines and portal. Abstract extension deadline is 12 April 2019.
Speaker: Jeffrey Brooks, Bureau of Ocean Energy Management
Online: 9:30am AKST, 1:30pm EST
The Arctic Research Consortium of the U.S. (ARCUS) announces the next Arctic Research Seminar featuring Jeffrey Brooks, Social Scientist at the Bureau of Ocean Energy Management (BOEM). This event will be held online via Zoom.
The CATCH mission is to facilitate atmospheric chemistry research within the international community, with a focus on natural processes specific to cold regions of the Earth. Cold regions include areas which are seasonally or permanently covered by snow and ice, from the high mountains to the polar ice sheets and sea ice zones as well as regions where ice clouds that undergo chemistry are found.
As AGU marks its Centennial in 2019, we return to San Francisco, the home of the AGU Fall Meeting for more than 40 years. Join our diverse community at the newly renovated Moscone Center as we collaborate across borders and boundaries to explore and develop our research. Don’t miss this once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to participate in Centennial presentations and special events that will bring to life the past, present and the future of our science.
The “Arctic Week” is a one-week international conference that provides transdisciplinary approaches to climate and environmental changes in the Arctic. It aims to provide an overview of the different challenges of the Arctic regions, as understood by Arctic peoples and by researchers. In a desire to pursue the interdisciplinary approach to environmental and climate changes initiated at the first edition, combining human and social sciences, environmental sciences, as well as indigenous peoples and international students.
Student applications are open now for the Juneau Icefield Research Program 2020 field season. Application materials are due December 13 for priority consideration. Applications submitted after the due date will be considered on a rolling basis.