1newsletter22Our first newsletter of 2015 includes two great science features of CliC supported science, a large number of reports from various workshops over the past year, a few updates on new projects, a save the date announcement for our 2016 conference with ESA, and other things made possible with support from the Climate and Cryosphere Project. As always, we also include a list of our upcoming workshops and meetings, news from the cryosphere community and news from our sponsor WCRP and sister projects.

Science Features:
  – ESA-CliC North Hydrology Final Report
  – High variability of climate and surface mass balance induced by Antarctic ice rises

 Highlights from this Issue
  – Call for Suggestions for CliC Involvement in the Year of Polar Prediction
  – Lots of Reports Available:
   – – IGS Sea Ice Symposium and Interactions Between Cryospheric Elements Workshop
   – – Sea Ice and Climate Modeling Forum
   – – Arctic Freshwater Synthesis Steering & Leads November Meeting
   – – Requirements for Monitoring of Permafrost in Polar Regions
   – – Amundsen Sea Low Workshop
   – – International Sea Ice Concentration and Thickness Evaluation and Inter-Comparison Workshop
  – Save the Date: Earth Observation and Cryosphere Science 2016
  – 1st WCRP Summer School on Climate Model Development
  – Update: Links between recent Arctic changes and broader Northern hemispheric weather
  – Arctic Freshwater Synthesis brochure now available!
  – Ben Marzeion receives IUGG Early Career Scientist Award
  – Call for Abstracts: Sessions on Cryosphere, Atmosphere and Climate and Numerical Models for Climate Studies and Forecasting at High Latitudes at the 26th IUGG General Assembly
  – Call for Abstracts: EGU Polar Climate Predictability and Prediction

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