The 12th Annual Polar Technology Conference is bringing together scientists and engineers to exchange information, ideas and solutions on deploying research systems in polar environments.
A new interdisciplinary collaborative funded by the National Science Foundation has put out a call for membership. The network, known as Arctic Frontiers of Sustainability (Arctic-FROST), is part of the Sustainability, Science, Engineering, and Education for Sustainibility (SEES) network.
If you are attending next month's Arctic Observing Summit in Vancouver, BC, linger on Friday May 3 to attend GEOSummit, a biannual meeting to showcase Summit Station, Greenland-based research, current and future/proposed.
CH2M HILL Polar Services (CPS) will hold several two-day Arctic Field Risk Awareness Training courses this spring. We invite principal investigators and members of their field teams and/or potential field staff to participate.
Marine scientists will meet in Anchorage to share results from research projects in the Arctic Ocean, Bering Sea, and Gulf of Alaska. Through workshops, keynote speakers, luncheon events, poster receptions ,and oral sessions, scientists will discuss a wide range of topics.