The Arctic Science Summit Week will be held in April in Poland. The call for participation and abstract submission is close.
The deadline for abstract submission is the 16th of January and they can be sent through the conference website.
The week will include disciplinary sessions on Atmosphere Processes and Global Climate Connections, Cryospheric Changes: Drivers and Consequences, Marine Processes and Variability, Terrestrial Ecosystem Responses to Environmental Stressors and Impact of Global Changes on Arctic Societies.
It will also have cross-cutting sessions on Arctic People and Resources: Opportunities, Challenges and Risks, Applying Local and Traditional Knowledge to Better Understanding of the Changing Arctic, Arctic System Science for Regional and Global Sustainability and Changing North: Predictions and Scenarios.
The ASSW is the annual gathering of international organizations engaged in supporting and facilitating Arctic research. Its purpose is to provide opportunities for international coordination, collaboration and cooperation in all fields of Arctic science and to combine science and management meetings.