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The CSLC is looking to hire a researcher with expertise in glacier and ice shelf modelling. The scientist will work with others in a team to characterize Antarctic glaciers and assess their instability.

Rapid change in polar regions necessitates global response

GENEVA 15 MAY, 2017 _ A concerted international campaign to improve predictions of weather, climate and ice conditions in the Arctic and Antarctic has been launched to minimize the environmental risks and maximize the opportunities associated with rapid climate change in polar regions and to close the current gaps in polar forecasting capacity.

Start date: 1 October 2017

Title: Turbulent processes in the Arctic : role of the subgrid-scale variability at the marine surface due to sea ice.

APPLICATE metrics are now available at the APPLICATE website in the section "Promotional materials"

The Faculty of Biosciences, Fisheries and Economics, UiT The Arctic University of Norway in cooperation with the Association of Polar Early Career Scientists (APECS) announces a vacant position for a Project Manager to manage the activities of APPLICATE and INTERACT projects. 

On March 7-8, the European Climate Research Alliance (ECRA) held its second general assembly in Brussels. The theme of this year’s assembly was “Climate Change and Vulnerable Regions”.

The 2017 European Climate Research Alliance (ECRA) general assembly will take place on 7 and 8 March in Brussels. The deadline for registration has been extended to 28 February.

Over the next two days (8-9 February) representatives from the 16 partner organisations taking part in the EU Horizon 2020-funded APPLICATE project will be meeting at Klimahaus (Climate House) in Bremerhaven, Germany, to begin their collaborative efforts to improve climate and weather prediction for the Arctic and the mid-latitudes of the Northern Hemisphere, as well as contributing to improved Arctic observations.

Bremerhaven, 14 November 2016

An EU-financed project investigating ways to improve weather and climate prediction in the face of a rapidly changing Arctic officially started this month.