Storage and release of water from seasonal snow covers constitute critical components of the hydrological cycle in many parts of the world, affecting water availability, vegetation patterns, ecosystems, and weather. Measuring, modeling, and understanding the processes that control deposition and ablation dynamics of snow provide ample
research challenges, especially in complex mountainous terrain.
The 2024 NNA Community Meeting will be jointly hosted by the NNA-CO and George Washington University (GWU) and held at the University Student Center on GWU’s Foggy Bottom campus.
This meeting will provide an opportunity for NNA researchers, NNA project partners, Arctic Indigenous community members, Indigenous organizations, policymakers, and federal agency partners to come together to consider the state of research and research relations within and beyond the NNA Initiative.
The International Congress of Arctic Social Sciences (ICASS) XI + UArctic Congress 2024 + High North Dialogue 2024
Wed, 05/29/2024 to Mon, 06/03/2024
Join the Arctic Congress Bodø 2024 for a unique event that combines the International Congress of Arctic Social Sciences (ICASS) XI, UArctic Congress 2024, and High North Dialogue 2024.
The congress takes in Bodø, Norway, hosted by Nordland Research Institute and NORD University. Bringing three conferences together in Bodø – one of the 2024 European Cultural Capitals - will be an extraordinary showcase of Arctic cooperation.
Permafrost Thaw, Change and Adaptation: Integrating Perspectives
Sun, 06/16/2024 to Thu, 06/20/2024
Whitehorse, Yukon, Canada
The 12th International Conference on Permafrost (ICOP 2024) will be held in Whitehorse, Yukon, Canada at Yukon University. The conference theme will be Permafrost Thaw, Change and Adaptation: Integrating Perspectives.
The call for conference proceeding paper abstracts is now open. The paper abstract submission will close on 15 May 2023, and decisions to pursue full paper submissions will be made by 31 May 2023. There is a limit of one conference paper submitted as first author per person.