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Szanowni Państwo,
PT Koleżanki i Koledzy,
W przyszłym roku odbędzie się w Toruniu kolejne Sympozjum Polarne. Na okoliczność sympozjum tradycyjnie przygotowujemy kolejny numer Biuletynu Polarnego. Nie jest to tom naukowy, dający punkty ale jest to  zbiór tekstów, które mało kiedy znajdują się w czasopismach naukowych a często stanowią jedyną dokumentację naszej aktywności w obszarach polarnych.
 
 
 
 
Redakcja Biuletynu Polarnego zwraca się z prośbą o nadsyłanie materiałów do kolejnego numeru. Pragniemy utrwalić w nim pamięć o Tych, którzy odeszli, chcemy opowiedzieć o realizowanych projektach, o uczestnictwie w programach, o planie budowy nowej stacji na Południu, o wyprawie Magnusa Zaremby i różnych innych zdarzeniach.
 
 Będziemy wdzięczni o nadesłanie tekstów do końca marca 2020 roku.
Teksty prosimy nadsyłać na adres Redakcji: Ten adres pocztowy jest chroniony przed spamowaniem. Aby go zobaczyć, konieczne jest włączenie w przeglądarce obsługi JavaScript. oraz DW: Ten adres pocztowy jest chroniony przed spamowaniem. Aby go zobaczyć, konieczne jest włączenie w przeglądarce obsługi JavaScript.
W imieniu Redakcji Biuletynu Polarnego,
w imieniu Klubu Polarnego
Krzysztof Migała
 
 
wiadomość dodano 26 września 2019
 
 
 

 

5018s

Dear colleagues,

we would like to invite you to the 4th Polar Ecology Conference organised by the Centre for Polar Ecology at University of South Bohemia in České Budějovice, Czech Republic. The conference will be held on Feb 12-15th 2020 and its theme is “Interactions between Ocean and Terrestrial Ecosystems”. However, we accept submission of abstracts from all polar disciplines.

Registration is now open and there are no conference fees but the attendee list is limited to 70 participants. More details and regular updates can be found on the conference website  If you have any enquiry, feel free to contact us at: Ten adres pocztowy jest chroniony przed spamowaniem. Aby go zobaczyć, konieczne jest włączenie w przeglądarce obsługi JavaScript. or check the Centre for Polar Ecology facebook page.

Hope to see you all in Ceske Budejovice,

Warmest Regards on behalf of the Organizing Committee,

Josef Elster

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Head of the CPE

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Polar Ecology

 

wiadomość dodano 26 września 2019

 

 

 

Arctic Observing Summit 

Call for Community Input
White Papers and Short Statements


Deadline for submitting input: 18 October 2019


The Executive Organizing Committee for the Arctic Observing Summit (AOS) 2020 is seeking community input in the form of white paper and short statements on the topics under discussion at the Summit.

The 5th biennial AOS will be held in 31 March-2 April 2020 in Akureyri, Iceland as part of Arctic Science Summit Week (ASSW) 2020. The overarching theme of the 2020 Summit is Observing for Action.

Community input and perspectives are invited in the form of white papers and short statements for AOS 2020. Community input can serve to highlight important data, management, or logistical needs or gaps, explore emerging opportunities, address a current challenge, present new initiatives, or technology that can contribute to Arctic observing (including global programs), or review on-going observing activities or issues that are relevant for the development, application, operation, or support of a sustained Arctic observing network. Community input (white papers/short statements) should link to the themes identified for AOS 2020. However, other input on important and relevant topics related to AOS are welcome also under the category of “OTHER: Other high-priority issues for Arctic observing.”

These statements will be used to help guide discussions during the AOS Thematic Working Group sessions. Authors may be invited to give presentations during AOS 2020, and a synthesis of white paper issues will inform recommendations and action items adopted at the Summit and conveyed to Arctic Council Working Groups and other local, national, and international bodies overseeing, supporting, or carrying out sustained Arctic observations.

Based on recommendations and priorities identified during the 2018 Summit, AOS 2020 will be structured along the following sub-themes:

  •     Sub-Theme 1: Design, Optimization, and Implementation of the Observing System;
  •     Sub-Theme 2: Observing in Support of Adaptation and Mitigation;
  •     Sub-Theme 3: Observing in Support of Indigenous Food Security and Related Needs;
  •     Sub-Theme 4: Data Interoperability and Federated Search;
  •     Sub-Theme 5: Arctic Observations in the Context of Global Observing Initiatives; and
  •     Sub-Theme 6: Arctic Observing in Support of Global Actions.

For more information and to submit a white paper or short statement,
go to the submission webpage.

For questions, contact:
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wiadomość dodano 26 września 2019

 

 

 

Arctic

 

Z przyjemnością zapraszamy Państwa do lektury artykułu zamieszczonego w The Independent Barents Observer,     w którym referowane są wyniki polskich badań w Hornsundzie dotyczące zmian na obszarze lodowców Hornbreen-Hambergbreen i możliwości powstania nowej cieśniny łączącej Morze Barentsa i Morze Grenlandzkie.

Link do artykułu

 

The Barents obserwer

 

wiadomość dodano 17 września 2019

 

 

 

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A two-day workshop in the framework of
Arctic Science Summit Week 2020,
Akureyri, Iceland, 29-30(TBC) March 2020
funded by IASC - the International Arctic Science Committee

The IASC Social Sciences and Humanities Working Group (WG), together with IASC’s Cryosphere, Marine, and Terrestrial WGs, invites you to a unique cross-disciplinary workshop attempting to bring together the natural sciences, the social sciences and the humanities in order to discuss and reflect on the gendered nature of Polar research.

 

The workshop will combine three strands of debate that have thus far not been discussed systematically:

  • Doing science in the 21st century in a way that departs from but also pays careful attention to the history of exploration and colonial endeavours as “heroic” and masculine activities – while a masculine image still seems to dominate the methodologies and practices of Arctic and Polar research.
  • The still existing gender gap when it comes to female researchers in hard sciences, their career prospects, and their sometimes difficult working conditions as women in the field. Critiques of the gender gap and gendered research work have thus far neglected the diversity aspects of queer and gender minority (LGBTQI) researchers. They face particular challenges whíle working in a still largely heteronormative research environment as it is described for research stations, vessels or tundra/taiga camps.
  • The gendered composition of researchers as actors and the gendered spaces of conducting research, including the field sites, have an important impact on research interests, research design, research ethics and epistemology. The gender bias affects the research subject and methodology, and Polar research can learn from and communicate with other fields of science about how to ensure a high standard of equality, sensitivity to issues of marginalization, and ethical production of science.

 

We invite participants of the ASSW 2020 from natural and social sciences to pop by at the workshop and to join the discussions and break-out groups. Participants will be engaged through alternative formats to gain a maximum of knowledge exchange as well as to map out the state of the art and ideas about where to go from there.

We invite abstracts for a great variety of contributions in conversation with the three themes outlined above: besides as a set of classic academic papers (15 min) and short inputs (5 min) (e.g. sharing experiences or introducing NGOs and movements).

In particular, the workshop facilitates discussions and break-out group work for examining pressing issues in the thematic fields based on individual, group and scholarly experience and activism. Audiovisual or artistic contributions are very welcome. Also join us for volunteering as an organiser of a break-out group.
 
Submission of proposal and request for funding
Describe your contribution with an abstract of max 250 words and submit at the latest on the 1st of October 2019 to: Ten adres pocztowy jest chroniony przed spamowaniem. Aby go zobaczyć, konieczne jest włączenie w przeglądarce obsługi JavaScript. and Ten adres pocztowy jest chroniony przed spamowaniem. Aby go zobaczyć, konieczne jest włączenie w przeglądarce obsługi JavaScript.
We can fund a limited number of participants up to 800 euros each. Priority will be given to early-career researchers. Please, indicate your financial need in your message to us.
For more information see IASSA Working Group Gender in the Arctic
https://gender-arctic.jimdo.com/

 

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wiadomość dodano 16 września 2019