Polar and Alpine Events Calendar
To Friday 09 June 2023
The workshop aims to discuss how to move forward with synthesis of data and of results, in order to achieve the baseline understanding of the fundamental structure and function of the linked carbon-ecosystem-physical systems in the Arctic Ocean. The goals are to overview the cruise results, establish networks of archived datasets, identify teams to address the key SAS research questions, and draft synthesis papers. It also provides an opportunity for teams of modelers and observationalists to identify projects that would use the SAS data in modeling efforts that expand understanding of the Arctic system.
The workshop is set up as a two- and a half-day program, likely with plenary presentations in the morning and different break-out discussions in the afternoon. There will be opportunities for a modest number of posters to be available on each of the first two days.
A registration fee of up to $100 (U.S. dollars) to cover expenses on coffee breaks and lunch may be needed. Each participant must cover their own travel and accommodation costs.
More information on registration and abstract submission will be available on the SAS webpage as they are announced.