Arctic in Rapid Transition (ART) priority sheets of future Arctic marine and coastal research now available for download
The Arctic in Rapid Transition (ART) network developed seven priority sheets of future Arctic marine and coastal research from an international early and mid career scientists’ perspective. They are now ready for download here. The priority sheets are one of the ART network’s contributions to the ICARP III conference in Toyama, Japan in April 2015, fostering an improved understanding of the presently changing Arctic system as a whole in future Arctic research. The sheets are also distributed as printouts during the upcoming ASSW (http://www.assw2015.org/) and ICARP III (http://icarp.iasc.info/) meetings in Toyama, Japan; in particular during the ART session (session C2 on April 30), the APECS workshop (April 26), the poster session (April 29-30) as well as in the exhibition area.
Pictures from the Workshop
The ISTAS workshop has been a great success with regards to the initiation of discussions amongst scientists from various disciplines hereby gaining a much broader perspective into the different aspects of current changes in the Arctic Ocean. The huge enthusiasm among the group of early, mid-career and senior scientists was palpable and ensures future initiations of mutual interdisciplinary cooperations and projects to address the ideas summarized in priority sheets that will be presented atICARP III. More pictures can be found in the Gallery.
Registrations are now closed for the second Arctic in Rapid Transition (ART) Science Workshop to be held in Brest, France, from 21-24 October 2014.
The ART workshop about “Integrating spatial and temporal scales in the changing Arctic System: towards future research priorities” (ISTAS) aims at discussing the integration of spatial and temporal scales to better understand the changing Arctic system as a whole, by including various Arctic research fields such as physical oceanography, sea-ice, biogeochemical cycles and ecosystems functioning, marine biodiversity, land-ocean interactions, ocean-atmosphere exchanges and ocean acidification, paleo-reconstruction and biological archives, and social sciences. During the workshop, in parallel sessions and discussion groups future Arctic research priorities will be elaborated. Results of this workshop feed into the larger ICARP III meeting (3rd International Conference on Arctic Research Planning) in Toyama, Japan in April 2015 (http://icarp.arcticportal.org/).
The workshop is open to any scientist who share a common interest in improving our understanding of ongoing changes in the Arctic and developing dialogues on interdisciplinary Arctic research approaches and future directions.
Limited funding will be available for early career scientists who applied on time before August 11th.
Abstract submission and registration are now closed.
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