Here's a quick blog post to inform anyone interested in permafrost of a workshop that will be held next month at the University of Hamburg. Entry is free.
Interdisciplinary workshop on "Arctic and Permafrost" covering physical, biogeochemical, socioeconomic, and ecological interactions and observation techniques
CliSAP B1 and adjoined scientists meet on a regular basis. Aim of the meetings is to discuss the results achieved and focus on the common tasks in the next years.
To facilitate planning, we kindly ask you to register until 31 January 2016, if you plan to attend the workshop. In case of questions please contact firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com.
Where: University of Hamburg, Seminar room 022/23, Bundesstraße 53, 20146 Hamburg
PRELIMINARY WORKSHOP PROGRAM:
Posters will be introduced by short oral presentations and will be on display during all workshop days.
So far confirmed contributions:
13.00-18.00: Physical interactions between ocean, atmosphere, and land in the Arctic
Session chairs: Stefan Hagemann, Dirk Notz, Uwe Mikolajewicz, Thorsten Mauritsen
Timo Vihma (FMI): "Ice-atmosphere interaction processes in local and hemispherical scales"
Laura Niederdrenk (MPI-M Hamburg): “Interannual variability of sea ice in GIN Sea”
Benjamin Rabe (AWI Bremerhaven): "Arctic Ocean liquid freshwater content since 1992: variability and implications"
Camila Campos (AWI Bremerhaven): “The impacts of Arctic sea ice reduction on the ocean circulation from global coupled model simulations"
Amelie Tetzlaff (Uni Hamburg): "The impact of sea ice leads on the atmospheric boundary layer: a study based on aircraft measurements"
Florian Ziemen (MPI-M Hamburg): “Heinrich events in transient glacial simulations”
Marie Kapsch (MPI-M Hamburg): "Arctic atmospheric circulation in years with low September sea-ice extent"