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XXIX Seminarium Meteorologii i Klimatologii Polarnej

9 - 10 maja 2019, Wrocław, Polska

 

seminarium meteorologii wroclaw

 

W dniach 9-10.05.2019, w Zakładzie Klimatologii i Ochrony Atmosfery Instytutu Geografii i Rozwoju Regionalnego Uniwersytetu Wrocławskiego odbędzie się XXIX Seminarium Meteorologii i Klimatologii Polarnej.

Jak co roku, tematem obrad będą problemy z zakresu meteorologii i klimatologii obszarów polarnych oraz innych nauk z dziedziny Nauki o Ziemi (glacjologia, hydrologia, oceanologia, geomorfologia itp.), powiązanych bezpośrednio problematyką pogody i klimatu wysokich szerokości geograficznych.

Zgłoszenie uczestnictwa oraz prezentacji następuje poprzez wypełnienie formularza zgłoszeniowego (załącznik do komunikatu nr 2) i przesłanie go na adres: Ten adres pocztowy jest chroniony przed spamowaniem. Aby go zobaczyć, konieczne jest włączenie w przeglądarce obsługi JavaScript.. Prosimy o odesłanie formularza oraz abstraktu wystąpienia (max. 3 strony A4) w terminie do 31 marca 2019 roku. Ze względów organizacyjnych, prosimy o terminową rejestrację.

Serdecznie zapraszamy do wzięcia udziału w wydarzeniu!

Krzysztof Migała oraz Maciej Kryza
Wraz z komitetem organizacyjnym

Komitet organizacyjny
dr hab. Piotr Owczarek
dr Marek Kasprzak
dr Mateusz Strzelecki
dr Łukasz Stachnik
mgr inż. Piotr Modzel
dr Tymoteusz Sawiński – sekretariat
mgr Natalia Pilguj – sekretariat

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Climate change and development of the arctic population

22 - 30 May 2019, Arkhangielsk, Russia

 

IASC Arkh

 

The Arctic Science Summit Week 2019 will take place from 22nd to 30th of May, 2019 in Northern (Arctic) Federal University and Northern State Medical University, Russia, Arkhangelsk. Under the auspices of International Arctic Science Committee, participants from more than 23 countries and regions will be involved.

 

Call for science symposium session is accessible now, you can submit your proposals following this link - abstract.

Abstracts can be submitted until 28 February, 2019. The deadline of applications submission for the participants of the summit is 31 March, 2019.

If you are late or have any questions about registration, contact us please at Ten adres pocztowy jest chroniony przed spamowaniem. Aby go zobaczyć, konieczne jest włączenie w przeglądarce obsługi JavaScript.. We will do our best to solve your problem on an individual basis.

 

Important Dates

15 February 23:59 Early Registration Deadline

28 February 23:59 Abstract Submission Deadline

31 March 23:59 Visa Letter Application Deadline

15 May 23:59 Registration Deadline

 

Summit dates

May 22-23 08:30 IASC & Partner Meetings

May 24-25 08:30 Science Days: keynotes, sessions, and poster presentations

May 26 08:30 Partner Meetings, sessions

May 27 08:30 Business day (presentations, sessions, IASC medal, dinner)

May 28 08:30 Indigenous people day & Science Day (sessions & posters)

May 29-30 08:30 Optional Excursions

 


 

Arctic Futures 2050 Conference

4–6 September 2019, Washington, D.C.

 

ArcticFutures 2

 

Responding to rapid environmental change in the Arctic requires the combined efforts of Arctic scientists from many disciplines, diverse Indigenous knowledge holders, and policy makers from all levels of government. Arctic Futures 2050—convened by the Study of Environmental Arctic Change (SEARCH)—will be an international conference designed to enhance collaboration between those groups. Policy makers (from local to national and international governments) need timely access to clearly communicated knowledge of the Arctic environment, and researchers need a clear understanding of the information needs of policy makers. Arctic Futures 2050 will explore the opportunities and challenges for deeper dialogue between scientists, Indigenous knowledge holders, and those making and influencing policy. Our goal is to facilitate such dialogue and avenues to sustained collaboration. To that end, this conference asks:

  • What do we know, and what do we need to know about the Arctic, and why does it matter?
  • What challenges confront policy makers in the rapidly changing Arctic?
  • What basic research is needed to inform responses to Arctic change?
  • What applied research is needed to inform responses to change?
  • What tools can facilitate informing policy making with science and Indigenous knowledge?
  • What opportunities exist for partnerships between policy makers and scientists?

Invitees will include Arctic scientists; Indigenous knowledge holders; policy makers; natural resource managers; and military, industrial, and other operators in the Arctic.

In advance of the meeting, we will invite participants to review scenarios for the future state of the Arctic that incorporate environmental, socio-economic, and political factors (www.searcharcticscience.org/arctic-2050/scenarios-workshop) as well as graphical representations of how we believe science informs policy and how it might better inform policy.

Current sponsors of the Arctic Futures 2050 Conference include the National Science Foundation's Arctic Sciences Section, the Gordon and Betty Moore Foundation, the Bureau of Ocean Energy Management, and the American Geophysical Union.

Conference partners currently include ArcticNet, Arctic Research Consortium of the United States (ARCUS), and the Wilson Center's Polar Initiative.

 

Poster Abstract Submission Deadline:Wednesday, 1 May 2019

Arctic Futures 2050 Conference Website

Poster Information and Abstract Submission Guidelines

 

Important Dates

15 March: Call for Poster Abstracts
 1 April: Registration Opens
 1 April: Travel Award Program Announced
 1 May: Poster Abstracts Due
 3 June: Poster Decisions and Travel Award Winners Announced

 


 

Svalbard Science Conference 2019 - Svalbard in a pan-Arctic perspective

5–6 November 2019, Scandic Fornebu Oslo, Norway

 

Svalbard Science Conference 2

 

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.

The Svalbard Science Forum, The Research Council of Norway and The Norwegian Polar Institute in cooperation with The Ny-Ålesund Science Managers Committee (NySMAC) invite researchers, research managers and stakeholders to the second Svalbard Science conference. The conference will focus on Svalbard in a pan-Arctic setting, aspiring to enhance cooperation and quality within Svalbard research, build and strengthen interdisciplinary and international networks and consolidate Svalbard as an attractive platform for Arctic research.

Together with updates on the new strategies for research and education in Svalbard and inspirational talks from invited key notes, we invite participants to take an active role in the conference through presentations, poster sessions and group discussions. Registration and abstract submission will open in March 2019.

 

https://forskningsradet.pameldingssystem.no/svalbard-science-conference-2019