Upcoming Events

When: 
Thu, 07/09/2020 to Sat, 07/11/2020
Where: 
Osaka, Japan

To continue the success of 1st congress, Innovinc International proudly announcing the “2nd Edition of World Congress on Geology & Earth Science” (GeoEarth-2020). GeoEarth-2020 welcomes colleagues from all branches of Geosciences and from many countries in the world to disseminate their valuable work.

When: 
Sun, 07/12/2020 to Sat, 07/18/2020
Where: 
Northern Federal University, Arkhangelsk, Russia

The Arctic today is a place where international, national interests and law collide. At the same time, Arctic is a place for international cooperation and collaboration. The Summer School “Arctic Law” is aimed at students and young practitioners seeking a deeper understanding of the Arctic issues and its international and national regulation. Participants of the Summer School will be able to undergo a week-long intensive training on Arctic Law and deepen their knowledge and understanding of current trends in international and national law.

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When: 
Sun, 07/19/2020 to Fri, 07/24/2020
Where: 
Durham University Durham, United Kingdom

The International Glaciological Society will hold an International Symposium on ‘Ice Streams and Outlet Glaciers’. The symposium will be hosted by the Department of Geography, Durham University.

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When: 
Mon, 07/20/2020 to Fri, 07/31/2020
Where: 
Isaac Newton Institute (INI), Cambridge, United Kingdom

This two-week workshop at the Isaac Newton Institute (INI) will build on the successful scientific programme SIP’17 with a similar title that took place at the INI from 21/08/2017 to 20/12/2017. This programme stimulated new areas of enquiry and consolidation of existing work that is continuing. The aims of the present workshop are to support these advances, to give an extra impulse to new research on the mathematics of sea ice, and to review the progress achieved after the SIP’17 programme.

When: 
Wed, 07/29/2020 to Fri, 07/31/2020
Where: 
Hobart, Tasmania

This workshop is organized annually by members of the WAMC Planning Committee across the globe. The WAMC brings together those with research and operational/logistical interests in Antarctic meteorology and forecasting and related disciplines. As in the past, the annual activities and status of the Antarctic Meteorological Research Center (AMRC), Automatic Weather Station (AWS), and Antarctic Mesoscale Prediction System (AMPS) efforts will be addressed, and feedback and results from their user communities will be solicited.

Antarctic Science – Global Connections
When: 
Fri, 07/31/2020 to Tue, 08/11/2020
Where: 
Hobart, Tasmania, Australia

The Australian Antarctic Division, the State Government of Tasmania, and the Australian Academy of Science welcomes SCAR and COMNAP participants and Delegates to SCAR COMNAP 2020.

When: 
Tue, 09/01/2020 to Wed, 09/02/2020
Where: 

The University of Edinburgh will host the International Glaciological Society British Branch Meeting. Please save the dates. Details on registration etc. will be disseminated in the coming weeks.

When: 
Thu, 09/03/2020 to Fri, 09/04/2020
Where: 

The University of Edinburgh will host the UK Antarctic Science Conference. Please save the dates. Details on registration etc. will be disseminated in the coming weeks.

Polar Regions, Climate Change and Society
When: 
Sun, 09/06/2020 to Fri, 09/11/2020
Where: 
Cologne, Germany

The German Society for Polar Research invites you to attend the 28th International Polar Conference to discuss the polar regions, climate change and consequences for the earth system and society. Contributions are welcome in the field of polar and high mountain research covering the following and related topics:

When: 
Tue, 09/08/2020 to Sat, 09/19/2020
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.