Polar Data Forum V (PDF V) will be hosted by the British Antarctic Survey (BAS) and will be held both at the Aurora Innovation Centre in Cambridge, UK and online. The Forum follows International Data Week (IDW) to be held in Salzburg Austria October 23-26, 2023.
The meeting is co-organized by various polar partners, including the Standing Committee on Antarctic Data Management (SCADM), Sustaining Arctic Observing Networks (SAON), the Southern Ocean Observing System (SOOS), and the World Data System, among others.
The Norwegian archipelago of Svalbard, with a location in the high Arctic and easy accessibility, represents a unique platform for high quality international research and education.
Svalbard Science Conference focuses on achieving excellent science through cooperation, enhancing cooperation and quality within Svalbard research, building and strengthening interdisciplinary and international networks and consolidating Svalbard as an attractive platform for Arctic research.
Save The Date - The 2023 ARCUS Annual Meeting will take place on Wednesday 1 November from 9:00 am - 12:00 pm AKDT, 1:00-4:00 pm EDT. This community-focused event is open to all individuals interested in Arctic research collaboration and you do not need to be an ARCUS individual member or institutional member affiliate to attend. Learn more about past ARCUS Annual Meetings online or by reviewing the 2022 ARCUS Annual Meeting Report.
The Nansen Legacy project invites the Arctic research community to the international symposium in Tromsø, Norway.
The organizers welcome contributions and discussions across Earth system science to shed light on and reveal both regional characteristics, connections and pan-Arctic responses. Join with contributions and discussions on how the Arctic Ocean is changing and what it will look like in the near future.
The Rovaniemi Arctic Spirit conference 2023 continues the successful forum initiated in 2013. The first conferences went under the name “In the Spirit of the Rovaniemi Process” to honor the visions that in the late 80’s and early 90’s started the official Arctic cooperation between Arctic states. The current name "Rovaniemi Arctic Spirit" underlines that these conferences are not looking to the past but they are building for the future while remembering the original Arctic spirit of Rovaniemi.
The 14th Symposium on Polar Science will be hosted by the National Institute of Polar Research (NIPR). The NIPR is organizing this annual symposium to present and promote a wide variety of polar scientific research and interdisciplinary studies.
The Local Organizing Committee (LOC) will make decisions for style of presentation. It will be announced in April. Language is English as a rule.
Outline of the sessions to be announced. Submission of abstracts will be in September.
The 11th Annual World Congress of Ocean-2023 (WCO-2023) will be held in Sapporo, Hokkaido, Japan. WCO series congress contribute to offering professionals in the field of ocean a multidisciplinary informative cooperative platform, and it has been the most definite and grand Ocean event in Asia. The conference offers the business leaders, academic researchers, and government agents around the world to meet and exchange ideas in research technologies and application experiences face to face, finding gaps in the technology development and build future collaboration.
The Government of Iceland (Ministry for Foreign Affairs, Ministry of the Environment, Energy and Climate, Ministry of Food, Agriculture and Fisheries), with financial support from the The Nordic Council of Ministers and The Nordic Council, will host the Second International Symposium on Plastics in the Arctic and Sub-Arctic Region at Harpa Concert Hall and Conference Centre, in partnership with Pinngortitaleriffik, Grønlands Naturinstitut, Senter for hav og Arktis, International Council for the Exploration of the Sea (ICES), OSPAR Commission, GRID-Arendal, UArctic, UNESCO Intergovernmental
For more than 100 years the American Geophysical Union (AGU) has been opening science - opening pathways to discovery, opening greater awareness to address climate change, opening greater collaborations to lead to solutions and opening the fields and professions of science to a whole new age of justice equity, diversity, inclusion and belonging.
This year, as AGU convene >25,000 attendees from 100+ countries in San Francisco for AGU23, the theme is: Wide. Open. Science.
The first edition of the Geographic Perspectives on Climate Change Mitigation in Urban and Rural Environments conference aims to discuss and elaborate on topics pertaining to climatic mitigation in urban and rural environments in nations and cities, specifically in a geographic context. These geographic contexts include Hydrology, Climatology, Digital Geography, and more.