IPA Photography Contest 2024

The International Permafrost Association (IPA) has announced that the IPA’s Photography Contest is back! Enter to join the fun, win prizes, and showcase your photos to the international permafrost community!

This year’s theme is Permafrost in Colour!

We welcome submissions highlighting the spectrum of colour across permafrost landscapes… from the autumn senescence to the Aurora to vibrant field gear and infrastructure (e.g., Arctic houses and Antarctic research stations).

Click here to download the instructions. Submission deadline is Sunday 18 February 2024.

The theme of 2023 was: Return to fieldwork. The winner was Geert Hensgens (Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam, Netherlands). Photo: Measuring greenhouse gas fluxes at sunset, Churchill, MB, Canada. August 2022.

2021 - Inaugural Contest: The winner was Francesco Malfasi (Università degli studi dell'Insubria, Italy). Photo: Frost hummocks along the south coast of Saunders Island (Falkland Islands). February 2017. Photo: Frost hummocks along the south coast of Saunders Island (Falkland Islands). February 2017. 

About the IPA

The mission of the International Permafrost Association (IPA) is to promote research in permafrost and permafrost-related fields within the global scientific and engineering communities, to support the activities of researchers in these disciplines, and to disseminate findings concerning permafrost to the decision-makers, the general public and educators.

Source: The International Permafrost Association (IPA)

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