The EGU general assembly will take place in Vienna from April 23rd to 28th and will include a session entitled Processes and Impacts of climate change in the Arctic realm: from past to future for which you are welcome to submit an abstract before January 11th. An ArcTrain splinter meeting will also be organized. The information regarding this meeting will soon be available.
The EGU general assembly took place in Vienna from April 17th to 22nd. Thank you for your participation to the ArcTrain session entitled Processes and Impacts of climate change in the Arctic realm: from past to future and for all those of you who had talks and posters.
On the occasion of this event, ArcTrain members who were present gathered to discuss future ArcTrain related projects, meetings, expeditions and more. The minutes from this splinter meeting are available here.
The Ocean Science Meeting was held on February 21-26 at the Ernest N. Morial Convention Center in New Orleans. Thank you for your participation and congratulations for those who presented!
Following ArcTrain summer school 2015 in Labrador, a series of conferences on 'The Reality of the North' was held at UQAM Coeur des Sciences on August 31st and September 1st. The conferences focused on the biophysical environment of the North and socio-cultural aspects of human settlement in the Arctic. Reknowned researchers shared their knowledge concerning neo-eskimo and paleo-eskimo migrations, Inuit culture, architecture, living habits in the North, social, economic, and political issues.
To download the presentations, please click on the links below:
Arctic birds & pollution by Jonathan Verreault
Plants, people & landscapes by Alain Cuerrier
Vegetation of the Arctic by Esther Levesque
Arctic Geopolitics by Joel Plouffe
Mineral resource in the Arctic by Kristina Maud Bergeron & Michel Jebrak
Environmental contaminants & human health by Dave Saint-Amour