Bell Harbor International Conference Center in Seattle, Washington
As the largest annual Arctic policy conference in the United States, the Arctic Encounter Symposium (AES) convenes policymakers, industry leaders, and experts to confront emerging challenges in Arctic policy, innovation, and development.
Our mission is to raise awareness, engage challenges, and develop solutions for the future of the Arctic region and the people who live there.
In succession to previous workshops held 2009 in Dresden (“Aerogravimetry: Technology and Application”) and 2012 in Potsdam (“Geodesy and Geophysics on Airborne Platforms, in particular HALO”) we would like to invite you to the International Workshop “Airborne Geodesy and Geophysics with Focus on Polar Applications”.
The EGU General Assembly 2017 will bring together geoscientists from all over the world to one meeting covering all disciplines of the Earth, planetary and space sciences. The EGU aims to provide a forum where scientists, especially early career researchers, can present their work and discuss their ideas with experts in all fields of geoscience. The EGU is looking forward to cordially welcoming you in Vienna.
Organized by the Arctic Monitoring and Assessment Program (AMAP)
Mon, 04/24/2017 to Thu, 04/27/2017
Organizers announce a call for abstracts for a conference entitled "International Conference on Arctic Science: Bringing Knowledge to Action," organized by the Arctic Monitoring and Assessment Program (AMAP).
This conference builds on a previous conference from 2011 entitled "Arctic Messenger of Change Conference." The 2017 conference will provide updated scientific, decision-making, and policy-relevant information across a broad array of different Arctic issues and related scientific disciplines.
Understanding Extreme Events and Decision-Maker Needs in the Context of Climate Variability and Change
Tue, 05/02/2017 to Thu, 05/04/2017
Organizers of the 15th Annual Climate Prediction Application Science Workshop (CPASW) announce a call for abstracts. The theme of this workshop is "Understanding Extreme Events and Decision-Maker Needs in the Context of Climate Variability and Change".
Global Challenges for our Common Future: a paleoscience perspective
Sun, 05/07/2017 to Sat, 05/13/2017
Morillo de Tou and Zaragoza, Spain
The Open Science Meeting (OSM) and the associated Young Scientists Meeting (YSM) are the premier scientific events of Past Global Changes (PAGES), a core project of Future Earth and a scientific partner of the World Climate Research Programme.
PAGES and the local organizing committee, Quaternary Terrestrial Environments group (Pyrenean Institute of Ecology-CSIC), welcome you to Spain.
This symposium examines impacts of the environment, especially climate change and variability, on the dynamics of arctic and subarctic species of commercial, subsistence and ecological importance. We will focus on the effects of warming, loss of sea ice, ocean acidification and oceanographic variability on the distribution, phenology, life history, population dynamics and interactions of species and how a better understanding of these effects can inform the assessment and management of fish and shellfish populations in a changing ocean.
Impacts of a Changing Environment on the Dynamics of High-latitude Fish and Fisheries
Tue, 05/09/2017 to Fri, 05/12/2017
Hotel Captain Cook, Anchorage, Alaska
This symposium examines the impacts of the environment, especially climate change and variability, on the dynamics of arctic and subarctic species of commercial, subsistence, and ecological importance.
This workshop will focus on events that drive damage to Arctic vegetation, their causes, and consequences. With increasing frequency of
events causing damage to Arctic vegetation and an increasing appreciation of the diversity of different events that can cause browning, this workshop provides an opportunity to discuss Arctic browning drivers, subsequent consequences, prepare outputs, and develop future collaborations.
Events of interest include, but are not limited to: