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  • AOS / ISAC Town Hall Meeting at ASSW 2015 | PolarTREC
    For Teachers Overview Online Course Preexisting Relationships Resources Teacher Application Teacher FAQ Teacher Webinar Login For Researchers Overview Join Researcher Application Researcher Webinar Researcher FAQ Why Host a Teacher Quotes From Researchers Visiting a Classroom Access Resources Here Preexisting Relationships Resources Overview About Products Expedition Reports Collections Media Archive Find a Resource Contribute Fast and Fun Facts En Español Search form Search T eachers and R esearchers E xploring and C ollaborating Virtual Base Camp Calendar AOS ISAC Town Hall Meeting at ASSW 2015 Event Type Lectures Panels Discussions When 27 April 2015 Where ASSW 2015 Toyama Japan The 7th AOS ISAC Town Hall meeting will take place at the upcoming Arctic Science Summit Week 2015 in Toyama Japan and is open to everyone We seek input from the Arctic community researchers managers and decision makers to participate in the guidance and development of a sustained collaborative and international Arctic Observing Systems network the focus of the biennial Arctic Observing Summit Join us on Tuesday April 28th 2015 5 30 to 7 pm Toyama International Conference Centre room 205 More information http www arcticchange org sites arcticchange org files ISAC 20Town 20Hall 2015 About Virtual Base Camp PolarConnect Newsroom For

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  • APECS Webinar: Tell me more!: Connecting with Lay Readers through Plain Language | PolarTREC
    esearchers E xploring and C ollaborating Virtual Base Camp Calendar APECS Webinar Tell me more Connecting with Lay Readers through Plain Language Event Type Webinars and Virtual Events When 5 May 2015 Where Online 3 00 pm GMT 11 00 am EDT APECS online webinar is pleased to introduce the last webinar of the 2014 2015 series Tell me more Connecting with Lay Readers through Plain Language Webinar on plain language Would you like to share your research with popular audiences Do you find it challenging to write lay summaries for grant applications This webinar should help you better respond to both of these situations in it I outline the basic principles of plain language simplicity brevity and clarity and show you how to achieve them in writing We will work with examples from your areas of expertise to illustrate how to apply these principles to scientific discourse You should leave this webinar with a clear understanding of how to apply these principles to your own writing to communicate effectively with non specialist readers If you would like to see worked examples from your own writing please email a manuscript draft or publication to heather dot graves at ualberta dot ca and I will use some of your text in my illustrations Heather Graves is a professor at the university of Alberta working in the following areas Rhetoric writing studies technical communication business and professional communication Her specialties are the rhetoric of science writing studies in Canada writing theory and pedagogy Webinars are interactive presentations and workshops for which APECS uses the online conferencing program GoToMeeting This live presentation platform allows participants to hear the presentation see the power points slides and interact via chat box with the presenter the entire time Webinars allow people to connect and participant in

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  • Polar Prediction School | PolarTREC
    Camp Calendar Polar Prediction School Event Type Field Training and Schools When 4 April 2016 to 14 April 2016 Where Abisko Field Station Arctic Sweden Organizers would like to call attention to the Polar Prediction School that will be held at the Abisko Field Station in Arctic Sweden from 5 15 April 2016 next year Sponsored by the World Weather Research Programme WWRP the World Climate Research Programme WCRP and the Bolin Center for Climate Research the school is part of the WWRP Polar Prediction Project and the WCRP Polar Climate Predictability Initiative This course on Polar Prediction will provide training for 30 PhD and early career postdoctoral polar scientists focusing on topics such as polar mesoscale atmospheric processes sea ice prediction near term ensemble prediction and seasonal to decadal climate variability and prediction in the polar regions The program will combine lectures on key areas relevant for polar prediction and a number of field observation and modeling exercises to foster an interactive learning environment Organizers are asking for people interested in this school to fill out the Expression of Interest form by 15 May 2015 The form is available at http www climate cryosphere org wcrp pcpi meetings abisko

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  • 16th International Congress on Circumpolar Health: Focus on Future Health and Wellbeing | PolarTREC
    Join Researcher Application Researcher Webinar Researcher FAQ Why Host a Teacher Quotes From Researchers Visiting a Classroom Access Resources Here Preexisting Relationships Resources Overview About Products Expedition Reports Collections Media Archive Find a Resource Contribute Fast and Fun Facts En Español Search form Search T eachers and R esearchers E xploring and C ollaborating Virtual Base Camp Calendar 16th International Congress on Circumpolar Health Focus on Future Health and Wellbeing Event Type Conferences and Workshops When 7 June 2015 to 11 June 2015 Where Oulu Finland The InternationaI Congress on Circumpolar Health ICCH series are arranged every three years in Arctic countries or countries related to Arctic issues First congress of the series was arranged in 1967 and it was previously hosted by Oulu in 1971 The congress will focus on human health and well being in the Arctic and northern areas It is open for everyone interested in Arctic issues especially scientists researchers health care professionals policy analysts government agency representatives and community leaders The congress is organised by the Thule Institute University of Oulu in collaboration with the International Union of Circumpolar Health IUCH the Nordic Society for Circumpolar Health the Society of Arctic Health and Biology and

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  • Arctic Observing Open Science Meeting | PolarTREC
    Workshops When 16 November 2015 to 18 November 2015 Where Seattle Washington The conference will bring together individuals and teams involved in the collection processing analysis and use of observations in the Arctic from academia agencies industry and other organizations The goals of the meeting are to Present and discuss scientific findings and advances resulting from Arctic observing projects funded by U S agencies and organizations Review operational and technological achievements of observing programs funded through local state and federal agencies and private and non profit organizations Explore how well new scientific achievements meet science and mission objectives and Further define and strengthen collaborations Arctic Observing Open Science Meeting will be 2 5 days and held at the Hyatt at Olive 8 in Seattle Washington http www olive8 hyatt com en hotel home html The meeting will be convened as a combination of plenary talks parallel science sessions and a poster session Co chairs of the meeting are Craig Lee University of Washington Matthew Shupe Cooperative Institute for Research in Environmental Sciences University of Colorado and NOAA Earth Systems Research Laboratory and Cathy Wilson Earth and Environmental Sciences Division Los Alamos National Laboratory The full Organizing Committee is currently being

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  • Call for Abstracts: Interdisciplinary Polar Studies in Svalbard (IPSiS) | PolarTREC
    Polar Studies in Svalbard IPSiS Event Type Conferences and Workshops When 14 May 2015 Where Online Organizers of the Interdisciplinary Polar Studies in Svalbard IPSiS meeting announce a call for abstracts The conference will take place in Longyearbyen Svalbard Norway on 20 21 September 2015 and will be accompanied by field workshops for young researchers in the Longyearbyen area 18 19 September 2015 and in Hornsund 22 24 September 2015 The IPSiS main goal is to facilitate international and interdisciplinary cooperation in studies on the interactive effects of climate change on Arctic nature and societies The meeting has a special focus on young scientists and PhD students in particular and is meant to enable them to share ideas and acquire new skills and experiences in Arctic research mainly by participating in the field workshops The conference part of IPSiS will provide a venue where scientists authorities entrepreneurs and local inhabitants will have an opportunity to meet exchange experience and discuss monitoring the current climate change and its effects in the Arctic The plenary sessions of the conference will be open to general audience including Longyearbyen citizens authorities and entrepreneurs Abstracts of oral presentations and posters are welcomed for submission A

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  • 21st Integrating Arctic Plant and Microbial Ecology (ITEX) Meeting | PolarTREC
    Application Teacher FAQ Teacher Webinar Login For Researchers Overview Join Researcher Application Researcher Webinar Researcher FAQ Why Host a Teacher Quotes From Researchers Visiting a Classroom Access Resources Here Preexisting Relationships Resources Overview About Products Expedition Reports Collections Media Archive Find a Resource Contribute Fast and Fun Facts En Español Search form Search T eachers and R esearchers E xploring and C ollaborating Virtual Base Camp Calendar 21st Integrating Arctic Plant and Microbial Ecology ITEX Meeting Event Type Conferences and Workshops When 15 September 2015 to 17 September 2015 Where Uppsala Sweden Organizers announce that registration is currently available for the 21st Integrating Arctic Plant and Microbial Ecology ITEX Meeting It will be convened 16 18 September 2015 in Uppsala Sweden The conference is open to all scientists and students with an interest in Arctic and alpine ecology All areas of ecological research in both terrestrial and aquatic environments in alpine or polar regions are welcome A special focus at this meeting is linking above and below ground processes under climate change Registration and session proposal deadline 1 June 2015 For further information please visit the conference webpage above More information http www slu se en departments microbiology itex 2015

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  • ACCAP Alaska Climate Webinar: Climate-Driven Changes in Interactions Among Hunters, Wildlife, and Habitat | PolarTREC
    Relationships Resources Overview About Products Expedition Reports Collections Media Archive Find a Resource Contribute Fast and Fun Facts En Español Search form Search T eachers and R esearchers E xploring and C ollaborating Virtual Base Camp Calendar ACCAP Alaska Climate Webinar Climate Driven Changes in Interactions Among Hunters Wildlife and Habitat Event Type Webinars and Virtual Events When 4 May 2015 Where Online 10 00am AKDT Todd Brinkman Assistant Professor of Wildlife Ecology at the University of Alaska Fairbanks will present a webinar entitled Climate Driven Changes in Interactions Among Hunters Wildlife and Habitat Todd will present research that explores how climate driven changes in the environment have influenced hunter wildlife interactions across Alaska Based on findings he has concluded that recent environmental changes have challenged common hunting practices primarily by disrupting access to harvest areas He suggests that a combination of innovative research local adaptation and flexible policies are required to address current and future challenges relating to hunter access to wildlife resources Pre registration for webinars is strongly encouraged The audio portion of the call is through a toll free phone line and the slide presentation is streamed via computer For instructions on participating through your home office

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