The joint-congress will be held from 29 May to 2 June, 2016 at the Fredericton Convention Centre, Fredericton, NB, Canada. The theme of the congress is “Monitoring of and Adapting to Extreme Events and Long-Term Variations". The congress will bring together a wide range of scientists and other professionals from across Canada and other countries with a focus on topics in atmospheric, ocean and earth sciences.
Call for abstracts for 50th CMOS Congress & joint CGU Annual Meeting Extended (29.02.'16)
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- Eu-Polarnet Newsletter February 2018 Eu-Polarnet Newsletter February 2018 The february 2018 edition of the EU-Polarnet is out!An online version of it can be accessed here.
- 12th Arctic Shipping Summit, Montreal, C... 12th Arctic Shipping Summit, Montreal, Canada, February 21-22. 2018. - Press release ACI’s 12th Arctic Shipping Summit will be taking place 21-22 February, 2018 in Montreal, Canada.The two day conference will consist of a number of informative presentations followed by interactive Q&A sessions, panel discussions and an open discussion to further involve[…]
- Russia and China vie to beat the US in t... Russia and China vie to beat the US in the trillion-dollar race to control the Arctic From CNBC news / Author: Clay DillowCall it a new cold war: Russia, China and the United States all vying for influence and control in a part of the world that, this time, is quite literally cold.With more than half[…]
- Abstract call open for UArctic Congress Abstract call open for UArctic Congress The Call for Abstracts for the UArctic Congress is now open until March 16, 2018. We welcome submissions to more than fifty science sessions to be held in Oulu from September 5 and concluding in Helsinki on September 7, 2018.We[…]
- China's Arctic Policy China's Arctic Policy China Daily - By XinhuaForewordGlobal warming in recent years has accelerated the melting of ice and snow in the Arctic region. As economic globalization and regional integration further develops and deepens, the Arctic is gaining global significance for its rising[…]
- New issue of the PolarPredictNews New issue of the PolarPredictNews Just in time for the start of the Arctic Winter Special Observing Period a brandnew issue of the PolarPredictNews is available at http://www.polarprediction.net/news/polarpredictnews/How good is environmental prediction in the polar regions? Are there specific weather phenomena which are not yet[…]
- Arctic Sea Ice Outlook (SIO) Post-Season... Arctic Sea Ice Outlook (SIO) Post-Season Report! The full report and highlights are available at: https://www.arcus.org/sipn/sea-ice-outlook/2017/post-season.The organizers thank the groups and individuals that contributed to the 2017 Sea Ice Outlook; there were a total of 106 submissions of pan-Arctic September extent forecasts, with 33 in June, 36[…]
- Polar Climate Change - Call for Paper Polar Climate Change - Call for Paper Advances in Polar Science (APS) will publish a special issue with the theme ‘Polar Climate Change: Driving Processes, Extreme Events, and Global Linkages’ as a lasting outcome of the workshop, held in October 2017 at Hohai University, Nanjing, China. This[…]
- Yamal LNG project begins gas exports Yamal LNG project begins gas exports On Friday December 8 th President Vladimir Putin launched the first loading of liquefied natural gas at $27 billion Yamal LNG project. This project will allow Russia to fulfill a plan to double its share of the global LNG market[…]
- The SDGs in the Arctic – Local and... The SDGs in the Arctic – Local and Global Perspectives On Friday 1 December 2017, Mr. Anders Samuelsen, Minister for Foreign Affairs of the Kingdom of Denmark, and Ms. Suka K. Frederiksen, Minister of Independence, Foreign Affairs and Agriculture Greenland, in partnership with the Arctic Economic Council and planned together[…]