I totally forgot to keep an eye on this, but apparently videos have been put up of last month's Sea Ice Prediction Network workshop that was held at the National Center for Atmospheric Research in Boulder, Colorado.
As announced at the time I did a short presentation on Arctic sea ice, public perception and citizen science. It will probably not tell regular commenters here anything they didn't know, but I'm posting it anyway. Also watch out for my spectacular graphic card crash (well, it was spectacular for me :-) ) that interrupted the presentation by a couple of minutes:
And be sure to check out all the other videos. I know I will, as I didn't have time to watch/listen to all the other presentations. Predicting melting season outcomes is a fascinating science, and it's awesome that the Sea Ice Prediction Network (SIPN) has been set up.