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  • Climate Impacts Research Centre (CIRC) Conference: Climate Impacts, Ecosystems and Evolution - from Deep Time to the Future | PolarTREC
    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 Climate Impacts Research Centre CIRC Conference Climate Impacts Ecosystems and Evolution from Deep Time to the Future Event Type Conferences and Workshops When 2 September 2015 to 5 September 2015 Where Durham University Durham United Kingdom This multi disciplinary conference will be both inclusive and substantive involving biologists geologists geographers and palaeontologists addressing research questions over different timescales i e decadal multi decadal millennial or tens of millennia to millions of years in deep time The conference will provide a unique platform to present a range of research cultures and topics linked to the common challenges of understanding the impact of climate change on ecosystems throughout geological time Four Key Themes have been identified Bridging Timescales reconciling research on Ma timescales with that on a resolution of ka or a Data Modeling framing and testing hypotheses in deep and shallow time Comparing the impacts of change at the equator and the poles and Looking forward what can past changes tell us about the present future The conference will take place in association with the Climate

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  • FRAM Science Days | PolarTREC
    reflected in summer sea ice decline warming increased Atlantic water heat transport freshening retreat of glaciers and ocean acidification These changes are affecting the chemical and physical environment such as stratification nutrient availability air sea gas exchange and light conditions Consequently these changes will impact the primary and secondary production and subsequently the whole marine ecosystem The 1st FRAM Science Days taking place the 10 11th November 2015 in Tromsø northern Norway focus on the theme Multi stressors in the Arctic Marine Ecosystem and presents some of the research that have been performed during the first four years in the Fram Centre flagships programs Invited keynote speakers will introduce and describe several aspects of the occurring changes in the biogeochemical processes and the marine ecosystems in the Arctic Ocean and in the transition zones such as the Barents Sea and high north coastal systems The conference includes sessions to encourage and stimulate discussions Topics will include effect and trends in ocean acidification potential changes in the advection of water masses increased freshening and glacial melt water input air sea CO2 interaction warming changing sea ice land ocean interaction and impacts on the marine ecosystems in a changing climate Some research questions to be addressed in the talks and posters What are the major changes in the Arctic Ocean with consequence for the marine ecosystem Is the Arctic freshening And what are the consequences of a fresher Arctic Ocean on the ecosystem Will the vanishing summer sea ice cover have consequences for the ecosystem Are there likely changes on the primary and secondary production How will fish and higher trophic levels respond to multiple environmental stressors Adaptation Do we have evidence for northward mass migration of benthos fish mammals birds Registration There is no registration fee for this event All meals

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  • 2015 UK Arctic Science Conference | PolarTREC
    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 2015 UK Arctic Science Conference Event Type Conferences and Workshops When 15 September 2015 to 17 September 2015 Where Sheffield England This three day conference aims to bring together UK Arctic scientists of all natural and social science disciplines to present and discuss recent findings We welcome presentations on the following topics Terrestrial Biogeochemistry Terrestrial Ecology Arctic Oceanography Ice Ocean Interaction Landscape Processes and Dynamics Arctic Climate Terrestrial Cryosphere Snow and ice past and present Arctic Change implications for society and culture Key dates Friday 17th July 2015 Abstract submission deadline Friday 28th August 2015 Registration deadline Please note Although there is no registration fee refreshments will be provided including a sandwich buffet lunch on Thursday 17th September Participants are expected to cover their own travel and accommodation costs To register please follow this link https secure antarctica ac uk conference ukarctic2015 More

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  • Arctic Circle Forum in Alaska | PolarTREC
    ollaborating Virtual Base Camp Calendar Arctic Circle Forum in Alaska Event Type Conferences and Workshops When 22 August 2015 to 24 August 2015 Where Anchorage Alaska The Arctic Circle in cooperation with Alaskan partners and authorities invites decision makers experts business and political leaders and others for a forum on Arctic shipping and port development August 23 25 2015 at the Hotel Captain Cook in Anchorage Alaska The goal of the forum is to articulate plans and facilitate partnerships for developing safe secure and reliable shipping through the Arctic with a focus on the Bering Sea and other Arctic sea routes At this stage of Arctic development public and private sector cooperation will be essential to good outcomes Similar partnerships in the past helped create the St Lawrence Seaway and the Panama and Suez Canals The meeting will lead to the establishment of an Arctic Circle task force on shipping The forum is being hosted by the State of Alaska and partners including President Ólafur Ragnar Grímsson of Iceland Alice Rogoff publisher of Alaska Dispatch News and Mead Treadwell president of Pt Capital and former Alaska lieutenant governor in cooperation with Governor Bill Walker and legislative leaders Attendees will work toward the following goals Plans for safe and reliable global shipping practices that protect the hunting and fishing activities of our Arctic residents and our environment Public private and intergovernmental cooperation models to produce the necessary infrastructure investments to reach these goals The establishment of a task force that will develop further partnerships necessary to offer global shippers a regular safe secure and reliable shipping system in the Arctic This gathering builds on the success of the Arctic Imperative Summits convened in Alaska in 2011 and 2012 and the Arctic Circle Assemblies in Iceland in 2013 and 2014 It will

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  • International Partnerships in Ice Core Sciences (IPICS) | PolarTREC
    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 International Partnerships in Ice Core Sciences IPICS Event Type Conferences and Workshops When 6 March 2016 to 10 March 2016 Where Hobart Tasmania International Partnerships in Ice Core Sciences IPICS is the principal planning group for international ice core science Established in 2005 IPICS now includes scientists from 23 nations The IPICS 2016 Second Open Science Conference conference in Hobart Australia follows the vibrant First IPICS OSC in Giens France in 2012 which attracted 230 scientists The Antarctic Climate and Ecosystems Cooperative Research Centre and the Australian Antarctic Division are very pleased to host the Second IPICS OSC and look forward to the opportunities to share the latest science and build the IPICS community Abstract submissions are now open Deadline is 15 September 2015 Abstracts are invited on all aspects of ice core research including major recent drilling projects For more information please

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  • Early Career Scientist Workshop for Ice Core Science | PolarTREC
    vital to a scientific career but rarely are part of the formal academic training The workshop will also feature a panel discussion with senior scientists on topics such as work life balance strategies for dual career couples challenges involved in being a chief scientist leadership techniques as a PI etc Generous travel grants are available for students to attend both the workshop and IPICS Open Science Conference Applications are now open and registration for the ICYS workshop must be made via the IPICS2015 Abstracts Submission Form http www ipics2016 org abstracts The deadline for abstract submission 15 September 2015 Key dates 15 July 2015 Call for abstracts opens Conference registrations open 15 September 2015 Deadline for abstracts Early career researcher travel support applications close 31 December 2015 Early bird period ends 06 March 2016 ICYS Workshop Hobart 07 11 March 2016 IPICS 2016 Second Open Science Conference Early career support packages IPICS2016 organizers will award a limited number of support packages of up to A2000 for early career researchers to attend the conference Applications close at 23 59 UT September 15 2015 and must be made at the same time as you submit your abstract using the IPICS2016 Abstracts Submission Form Additional nationally tied support for early career researchers is also available Applicants from eligible countries should apply as first preference for these via relevant national channels in addition to the application via the IPICS2016 website in the event that they are unsuccessful Europe EPICA member institutions can submit applications for support to the Descartes Prize Committee via their national representative United States At the time of opening the prospect of ICYS solicited support for US early career researchers is under consideration Contact ICYS US reps for latest information Developing nations Travel support is available for early career researchers from

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  • Discussion of the Report: A Strategic Vision for NSF Investments in Antarctic and Southern Ocean Research | PolarTREC
    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 Discussion of the Report A Strategic Vision for NSF Investments in Antarctic and Southern Ocean Research Event Type Webinars and Virtual Events When 10 August 2015 Where Online 11 00am EDT The National Academies Polar Research Board is pleased to announce that the report A Strategic Vision for NSF Investments in Antarctic and Southern Ocean Research will be released on Tuesday August 11 at 11 00 AM EDT A PDF version of the report will be available for free download at that time at http dels nas edu prb This study builds directly upon an extensive process to gather input and ideas from Antarctic and Southern Ocean researchers across the country You are invited to join us for a webinar presentation and discussion of the report on August 11th at 1 00 PM EDT Robin Bell Co Chair and other members of the authoring Committee will lead a discussion about the report s main outcomes and recommendations If you would like to join the webinar please register here

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  • 2016 Ocean Sciences Meeting, Marginal Ice Zone Processes Session | PolarTREC
    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 2016 Ocean Sciences Meeting Marginal Ice Zone Processes Session Event Type Conferences and Workshops When 20 February 2016 to 25 February 2016 Where Online http osm agu org 2016 abstract submissions Please consider submitting an abstract for the Marginal Ice Zone Processes Session at the 2016 Ocean Sciences Meeting to be held in New Orleans Louisiana on February 21 26 More information and the Session description follows Session ID 9503 Session Title Marginal Ice Zone Processes Session Topic High Latitude Environments Conveners Craig M Lee James M Thomson Jeremy Wilkinson and Martin O Jeffries Description Rapid decline in Arctic summertime sea This session focuses on the processes that control evolution of the marginal ice zone and the potential changes that may accompany increased seasonality of sea ice The complex interplay between ice ocean and atmospheric processes and the potentially strong feedbacks among them modulate sea ice melt and the transfer of momentum and buoyancy into the upper ocean For example the influence of wind waves and passing storms drives highly variable floe size distributions which impact melt or formation rates of sea ice momentum and heat transfer light fields and phytoplankton productivity In particular the relative importance of wave attenuation and scattering in an increasing wave climate remains unknown Similarly increased areas of open water may lead to stronger coupling between atmosphere and ocean internal wave generation and elevated upper ocean mixing This session invites presentations that describe observational experimental theoretical and numerical investigations of MIZ processes in both the Arctic and Antarctic Abstract Deadline 23 September 2015 Abstracts can be submitted online at http osm agu

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