The IcePod is a series of podcasts about polar science and the people managed and produced by Kirstin Werner and Sara Pasqualetto from the International Coordination Office of the Year of Polar Prediction (YOPP).
The Nansen Center is looking for a young researcher or postdoc to fill an open position in sea ice-atmosphere interaction with the centre's sea-ice modelling group. The duration of the position is two years, with a possibility of extension depending on future funding for the group.
An announcement regarding the Arctic Science Summit Week 2020: Arctic Science Summit Week 2020 will be held only online. To be 100% clear – there will be no in-person ASSW2020 meeting in Akureyri and we advise you to change your travel reservations and plans accordingly.
Field measurements as well as climate simulations depict a rise of Arctic surface temperature double of the Northern hemisphere mean temperature increase over the last 30 years. In order to understand...
Throughout fall 2019 APECS, APPLICATE and the Year of Polar Prediction (YOPP) were running an open online course on "Advancing Predictive Capability of Northern Hemisphere Weather and Climate”.
Department of Meteorology at Stockholm University seeks qualified candidates for three positions: two postdoctoral positions and one PhD position
European Commission (EC) and European Space Agengsy (ESA) are working together to define a common scientific agenda identifying the set of grand science challenges in Polar research that may drive joint EC-ESA scientific activities in the coming few years.
The department of Arctic Geophysics at University Centre in Svalbard (UNIS) is seeking candidates for a full time, two-year position as a postdoctoral research fellow in Physical Oceanography.
Postdoctoral Fellow in Climate Analysis and Physical Ocean Modelling, Department of Oceanography, Dalhousie University.