Eventi

The 2nd Climate Observation Conference will be built around topics such as:

- How do global climate observations support climate policies?

- How well do current climate observations support the understanding of climate change and variability?

- Networks and systems – what improvements are needed to better meet user needs?

- Data processing, archiving and stewardship.

The registration page for the conference as well as an invitation for abstracts will be issued in March 2022 and more detail on the programme will be available at that time.

 

The Prince Albert II of Monaco Foundation (FPA), Scientific Committee on Antarctic Research (SCAR), and International Arctic Science Committee (IASC) in collaboration with the Oceaographic Institute present The Cold is Getting Hot!

The event will be held in person at the Oceanographic Museum of Monaco and available to watch online through a live stream.

Programme

Mar 10, 2022 - from 09:00 AM to 05:00 PM Time zone: Copenhagen, Denmark - Online

Since mid-2019 the Pan European Component of the Copernicus Land Monitoring Service (CLMS), coordinated by the European Environment Agency (EEA), has been implementing a set of High Resolution Pan European Biophysical Parameter products addressing the land cryosphere. 

AGENDA - Registration

The IMC2022 will take place from September 11 – 15 2022 in Innsbruck, Austria. IMC2022 builds upon the previous mountain conferences and aims to continue this scientific conference series exclusively targeted towards mountain-research. Hosted in the Alps, IMC2022 provides an excellent opportunity for experts from different disciplines to discuss mountain-related issues in a cross-disciplinary setting with flexible session formats. The key goals of the conference are to synthesize and enhance our understanding of mountain systems, in particular their response and resilience to global change.

Abstract deadline submission 16 February

This annual meeting brings the SIOS community together for science seminars, working group meetings and plenary discussions. One of the highlights is the release of newest issue of the State of Environmental Science (SESS) report.

Updated: The fourth SIOS Polar Night Week (PNW) will take place online, 24-28 January 2022

Programme   

 

CNR Research Area of Pisa, Italy - June 22-24, 2022
The International Workshop Climate Change and Carbon Cycle is promoted and organized by the Working Groups Paleoclimate dynamics  and  Carbon Cycle  of the National Research Council of Italy and aims to foster knowledge and cross-disciplinary exchange within the scientific communities interested in Global Change, the Climate System, and the Carbon Cycle through time.  FLYER
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Dal 22 al 24 settembre si è tenuto a Roma, presso la Sede del CNR, il Primo workshop dell'Istituto di Scienze Polari (CNR-ISP).

Alla prima giornata del convegno, presieduto dal Direttore dell’Istituto Carlo Barbante, hanno partecipato il Sottosegretario di Stato per gli Affari Esteri e la Cooperazione Internazionale con Delega alla Aree Polari, Benedetto Della Vedova, il Presidente del CNR Maria Chiara Carrozza, il Direttore del Dipartimento Scienze del Sistema Terra e Tecnologie per l’Ambiente del CNR, Fabio Trincardi, il Presidente della Commissione Scientifica Nazionale Antartica, Silvano Onofri, e l’inviato speciale per l’Artico, Ministero Affari Esteri e la Cooperazione Internazionale Carmine Robustelli.

Sono intervenuti inoltre, in collegamento remoto, Antje Boetius, direttore Alfred Wegener Institute, Germania, Jane Francis, direttore British Antarctic Survey, Gran Bretagna, Yan Ropert-Coudert, vice-direttore Istituto Polare Emile Victor, Francia e Ole Arve Misund, direttore Istituto Polare Norvegese, Norvegia.

Nei giorni 23 e 24 settembre il convegno è proseguito con la presentazione delle attività di ricerca che si svolgono nell’ambito delle aree tematiche dell’ istituto e delle attività svolte dai gruppi di lavoro a supporto dell’Istituto.

PROGRAMMA     -     Locandina     -    PRESENTAZIONI


DOI:10.53132/CNR-ISP.2021.ABS.VAR.VAR.6 - ATTI (Italiano)
DOI:10.53132/CNR-ISP.2021.ABS.VAR.VAR.7 - ABSTRACTS (English)

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