SEARCH at the American Geophysical Union Fall Meeting
SEARCH held several activities at the American Geophysical Union (AGU) Fall Meeting in San Francisco, California. A Town Hall entitled "The Study of Environmental Arctic Change (SEARCH): Current Activities and Community Input on Future Directions" was held to provide a forum for open exchange on SEARCH activities and future priorities. Specific topics included: the new SEARCH vision and mission and the Arctic Observing Network. Over 70 members of the arctic science community attended the Town Hall.
In addition, a SEARCH poster was presented, and the SEARCH Science Steering Committee (SSC) and SEARCH Observing Change Panel (OCP) held meetings of opportunity.
More information about the SEARCH activities at AGU, including the Town Hall presentation, is available at: http://www.arcus.org/search/meetings/2010/agu.
For more information on SEARCH, contact Hajo Eicken, SEARCH Science Steering Committee Chair, at hajo.eicken [at] gi.alaska.edu or Helen Wiggins, Arctic Research Consortium of the U.S (ARCUS; SEARCH Project Office), at helen [at] arcus.org.