Eventi

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(10:00-18:00) Aula Convegni - CNR Sede centrale - Roma 

La giornata è il punto di arrivo dei primi tre anni di attività del Programma di Ricerche in Artico (PRA), che ha emesso nello scorso triennio tre differenti bandi di finanziamento, due rivolti ad attività di ricerca e uno al potenziamento delle infrastrutture in Artico.

Programma e registrazione

The next IUGG General Assembly will take place in Berlin in Germany 11-20 July 2023, with the cryosphere sessions all being scheduled for 12-16 July. The scientific program includes 15 IACS sessions on glaciers, ice sheets, sea ice, snow and permafrost, and more than 15 cryosphere-related symposia joint with other IUGG associations

14 February 2023
Closing of abstract submission
• Closing of grant application submission

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Twenty years after ESA’s 2003 workshop on Coastal and Marine applications of SAR (ESA SP-565), the SeaSAR workshop is returning to Svalbard from 2-6 May 2023. The format of the workshop will be similar to the 2003 workshop and will be organized around keynote presentations and thematic discussions. Official site.

Submission of extended abstracts: 25 January 2023

The SCAR Standing Committee on the Humanities and Social Sciences (SC-HASS) aims to initiate, develop and coordinate rigorous and high quality international research on the Antarctic region within the Humanities and Social Sciences (HASS); to provide independent advice to the Antarctic Treaty Consultative Meetings (ATCMs) on issues requiring disciplinary expertise outside the natural sciences; and to coordinate with existing science groups on issues that call for a multidisciplinary approach.

Abstract submission is currently open and will remain so until February 6th 2023

The meeting will be held at the Swiss Federal Institute WSL in Birmensdorf, near Zurich.

At its 26th edition, the Alpine Glaciology Meeting is an annual, community-building gathering addressing researchers that are active in the field of glaciology.

Register and submit an abstract -  Deadline 9th January 2023

The next Workshop on the dynamics and mass budget of Arctic glaciers and IASC Network on Arctic Glaciology annual meeting will be held at the University Center in Obergurgl, Austria, on 26-28 January 2023.

The workshop will include a special cross-cutting session on Glacier-atmosphere interactions in a warming and wetting Arctic, which aims to provide an inter-disciplinary forum that brings together glaciologists and atmospheric scientists.

Register for the meeting 

The Seventh International Symposium on Arctic Research (ISAR-7) will take place in Tachikawa, Tokyo from March 6 to 10, 2023. 

The International Symposium on Arctic Research (ISAR) has been held every two years since 2008 and aims to present and discuss scientific results with researchers on the Arctic from all-over the world, extracting and sharing issues to solve, and exploring the future of the Arctic. 

Program

SETAC (Society of Environmental, Toxicology and Chemistry) Europe Annual Meeting

Session Title: Climate change in Arctic and Antarctica and its effect on legacy and emerging micropollutants in abiotic and biotic environmental compartments

Track: 3. Environmental chemistry and exposure assessment: analysis, monitoring, fate and modelling 

Chairman: Luisa Patrolecco (CNR-ISP), Italy
Co-chairman: Francesca Spataro (CNR-ISP), Italy; Fabiana Corami (CNR-ISP), Italy; Ida Beathe Overjordet (SINTEF Ocean), Norway - Abstract of the session.

For more information about the meeting, visit:  https://europe2023.setac.org/

• Session 84: Extending the limits of ice core science beyond new analytical, conceptual and inter- disciplinary frontiers 

Understanding the past climate variability and sensitivity from glacial archives is fundamental for placing the current changes in a longer-term context. The scientific ice core community is currently putting an enormous effort towards retrieving the oldest continuous ice core from Antarctica (Project Beyond EPICA) and training a new generation of ice core scientists capable of analyzing, interpreting, and modelling the new records that will be obtained (ITN DEEPICE project).

Session INQUA-MARE: Pole to pole teleconnections as registered in Antarctic and Arctic Holocene Archives

With the expression “pole to pole teleconnections” we refer to climate anomalies in the Arctic region, caused by oceanic or atmospheric processes originating in the Antarctic region and vice versa. These anomalies are well recognized in today’s climate but are detected with difficulties in the paleoclimate archives. Within the frame of the CMP-Coastal & Marine Processes (Coastal and Marine Processes) Commission and of the SPLOSH (Submerged Palaeolandscapes of the Southern Hemisphere) International Focus Group, the “INQUA MARE” scientific action (INtegrated QUAternary MArine REcord at Sensitive Latitudes, 2020-2024) aims to exhaustively explore the interactions between the tropical and polar regions by studying the Holocene marine sediment records from Arctic, Antarctic and Tropical regions, considered as the most sensitive areas to climate change. With this session, we would like to “recap” the first two INQUA-MARE workshops focused on the Antarctic and on the Arctic realms respectively, to open the discussion also to the terrestrial environment, and to promote next INQUA-MARE workshop that will focus on tropical areas and worldwide teleconnections between high and low latitude regions. We therefore welcome contributions that explore (and possibly compare) Holocene marine and terrestrial records from the Antarctic and Arctic regions highlighting anomalies ascribable to the climate fluctuations regime on the opposite Pole. 

The fifth SIOS Polar Night Week (PNW) will take place in Longyearbyen, 23-27 January 2023.

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.

 

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