The Climate and the Cryosphere (CliC) Project and the Norwegian Polar Institute (NPI) invite applications for a permanent position as Executive Officer for the CliC International Project Office. As a core project of the WCRP, the "Climate and Cryosphere" project encourages and promotes research into the cryosphere and its interactions as part of the global climate system.
We are happy to announce that the document with "Outputs and Recommendations from the WCRP Conference for Latin America and the Caribbean: Developing, linking and applying climate knowledge" is now available.
The International Summer School at the University of Oslo Norway has launched a new interdisciplinary course in Arctic Studies.
The course combines Natural Sciences, Law and Social Sciences to explore the environmental, legal, and political changes in the Arctic region. Participants will learn about current issues involving the Arctic's changing environment and how this impacts the legal framework provided by the United Nations Convention on the Law of the Sea. The course also explores how this may generate new opportunities, risks, and governance challenges for Arctic states, companies and non-Arctic stakeholders.
A limited number of participants will be eligible for financial support to attend this six week course from 21 June - 1 August 2014.
Request an application by 10 March 2014 to see if you qualify for financial support.
Contact the International Summer School at firstname.lastname@example.org or (+47) 22 85 63 85 for more information.
A full course description can be found on our website at http://www.uio.no/english/studies/summerschool/new-courses/index.html.
The upcoming CUAHSI cyberseminar series will focus on snow
Friday, February 7, 2014 (3:00pm ET)
Title: The World of Arctic Snow
Presenter: Dr. Matthew Sturm, University of Alaska, Faribanks, Geophysical Institute
Friday, February 14, 2014 (3:00pm ET)
Title: Assessing Snow and Snowmelt Runoff in Remote Mountain Ranges
Presenter: Dr. Jeff Dozier - University of California, Santa Barbara, Bren School of Environmental Science Management in conjunction with Dr. Anne Nolin - Oregon State University, Department of Geosciences
Friday, February 21, 2014 (3:00pm ET)
Title/Topic: Snowmelt processes in forests: Apparent paradoxes and implications for advancing hydrologic understanding in complex terrain
Presenter: Dr. Timothy E. Link - University of Idaho, Department of Forest, Rangeland, and Fire Sciences
Friday, March 7, 2014 (3:00pm ET)
Title/Topic: Large-scale Snow Extent over Northern Hemisphere Lands
Presenter: Dr. David A. Robinson - Rutgers University, Department of Geography
Details, including instructions on how to connect, can be found here:
The Alaska Center for Climate Assessment and Policy (ACCAP) will be hosting three webinars.
February 18, 2014 at 10am (AKDT ): Historical Sea Ice Atlas For Alaska Waters
Speaker: John Walsh of the University of Alaska Fairbanks and Lena Krutikov of the Scenarios Network for Alaska and Arctic Planning (SNAP)
March 11, 2014 at 10am (AKDT): What Do Alaskans Need?: A Review of Documents Addressing Research Needs Related to Climate Change
Speaker: Corrie Knapp (Alaska Center for Climate Assessment and Policy - ACCAP)
April 22, 2014 at 10am (AKDT): NOAA Climate.gov: An Audience-Focused Approach to Public Communication
Speaker: David Herring, Director of Communications & Education, NOAA Climate Program Office
If you have any questions please contact Tina Buxbaum at 907-9-474-7812 or by email at email@example.com.
9-20 September 2014
The course will provide a basic introduction to the dynamics of glaciers and ice sheets with a focus on ice-climate interactions. The course is meant for Ph.D. students that work on (or will soon start working on) a glaciology-related climate project. The registration fee will be € 600. This includes lodging, full board, course material and excursion.
Lecturers include: T. Blunier, E. Bueler, D. Dahl-Jensen, A. Fowler, H. Gudmundsson, A. Jenkins, F. Navarro, F. Nick, A. Stroeven, C. Tijm-Reijmer, W. van Pelt, R. van de Wal, J. Oerlemans (convenor).
Send your application to the convenor (firstname.lastname@example.org), before 10 May 2014.
You will be notified about the decision of the Selection Committee by 13 June 2014.
Your application should include:
• A short statement why you want to partipate in this course
• Affiliation and name of supervisor
• A description of your research project (~200 words)
• A curriculum vitae
Please supply this information as a single PDF file.
Karthaus course website:
The Institute for Marine and Atmospheric Research, Utrecht University
Netherlands Earth System Science Centre
The Niels Bohr Institute, University of Copenhagen
SVALI (Nordic countries)