Arctic Research Seminars
The ARCUS Arctic Research Seminar Series brings some of the leading Arctic researchers to Washington, D.C. to share in person and via webinar the latest findings and what they mean for decision-making. The seminars are open, and will be of interest to Federal agency officials, Congressional staff, NGOs, associations, researchers, and the public. Registration is now available for the live seminar as well as streaming via webinar.
Latest Witness the Arctic
The Winter 2016 issue of Witness the Arctic is now published online. This issue includes an update on SEARCH program activities including highlights from the three SEARCH Action Teams, the Sea Ice Prediction Network, and the Arctic Observing Open Science Meeting; NSF Arctic Social Science Program news; interagency updates from NOAA, IARPC, and the Polar Research Board; news of the International Arctic Assembly and Arctic Observing Summit—both to convene is association with the 2016 Arctic Science Summit Week of 12-18 March; and comments from ARCUS Executive Director, Robert Rich.
Teachers in Antarctica!
It's springtime in the Antarctica and that means PolarTREC teachers are preparing to head "south" to Antarctica! Cara Pekarcik is on the R/V N.B. Palmer and headed to the Southern Ocean. By October, David Thesenga, Tim Dwyer, and Maggie Kane will be deploying. You can be part of these expeditions virtually and read their journals, view their videos and photos, and post questions.
ARCUS supports increased understanding of the changing Arctic by building strong relationships between the many stakeholders and disciplines—from researchers to the public, from policymakers to industry. See how you can help!
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