The Permafrost & Infrastructure Symposium will bring together national and international Arctic science and engineering experts to share knowledge on how to address impacts of permafrost thaw on roads and community infrastructure. Due to the small size of the symposium, registration is open by invitation only to ensure diversity as well as relevant expertise among the group. Participants will include U.S.
Organizers invite you to Ōtautahi, Aotearoa (Christchurch, New Zealand), for the XIII SCAR Biology Symposium. Many of the world’s leading scientists and early career researchers in Antarctic biology and ecology will be joining for the first face-to-face SCAR meeting in three years.
UiT The Arctic University of Norway, Academia Borealis - The Academy of Sciences and Letters of Northern Norway, and Tromsø Research Foundation welcome nominations for The International Mohn Prize for Outstanding Research Related to the Arctic (Mohn Prize).
The Global Indigenous Youth Summit on Climate Change (GIYSCC) is being convened by, for and among Indigenous youth (in contrast to Elders), who will participate in designing the agenda and invite the participants from three 8-hour time zones, in a 24-hour period, on 9 August 2023 (United Nations International Day of the World’s Indigenous Peoples). In a complementary context, the Summit will precede the United Nations International Youth Day on 12 August.
Expert gathering to highlight Alaska’s drone excellence, identify coming global challenges, opportunities
Wed, 08/09/2023 to Fri, 08/11/2023
Dena’ina Civic and Convention Center, Anchorage, Alaska
The University of Alaska and Gov. Mike Dunleavy announce that the University and State of Alaska will host the inaugural Global Autonomous Systems Conference (GASC) in Anchorage. GASC is a three-day gathering that will include presentations from worldwide experts, conversations among policy and industry leaders, and opportunities to connect with visionaries in autonomous systems. The convening is sponsored by the Alaska Center for Unmanned Aircraft Systems Integration (ACUASI) at the University of Alaska Fairbanks. ACUASI is one of the nation’s top drone research programs.
The inaugural SOOS Symposium, “Southern Ocean in a Changing World” will take place in Hobart, Australia. The Symposium will consist of plenary presentations, parallel sessions and workshops incorporating a wide spectrum of Southern Ocean research. The organising committee invites proposals for sessions for the symposium topics below.
Proposals for sessions incorporating short talks and posters, panel discussions and/or workshops are welcome:
Save the date for an Alaska statewide Co-Stewardship Symposium that will be held 14-18 August 2023 in Dena’ina ełnena (downtown Anchorage, Alaska).
This gathering is intended to build understanding, relationships, and knowledge that advance Indigenous co-stewardship for the health and wellbeing of all Alaskan human and non-human relatives, lands, and waters. It is a gathering by and for Tribal governments, Alaska Native organizations and corporations, government resource management agencies, university partners, and conservation partners.
The GlaMBIE consortium is pleased to announce that the main workshop of the Glacier Mass Balance Intercomparison Exercise GlaMBIE will take place in Edinburgh, UK. The workshop is open to the participants of the GlaMBIE exercise and to relevant stakeholders, the workshop will be dedicated to discussing preliminary results after the closing of the data submission, and to defining the next steps towards finalising the assessment.