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9th August 2022

Soliciting Nominations for the 2023 IASC Medal

The IASC Medal is awarded in recognition of exceptional and sustained contributions to the understanding of the Arctic. A maximum of one award is made each year, assuming that there is a nominee of appropriate quality.

The whole IASC community, from all countries and career stages, is encouraged to submit a nomination by sending this form to the IASC Executive Secretary, demonstrating the nominee’s excellence (see evaluation criteria) and sustained contribution to the understanding of the Arctic.

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Report from the International Summer School in Glaciology McCarthy, Alaska, 7-17 June 2022

26th July 2022

Report from the International Summer School in Glaciology McCarthy, Alaska, 7-17 June 2022

Almost 30 graduate students from more than 10 countries gathered in the small Alaskan village of McCarthy, 7-17 June 2022, to participate in the University of Alaska Fairbanks’s (UAF) sixth 11-day International Summer School in Glaciology.  High glacierized mountains provided the perfect setting for the event, which aimed to provide early-career Ph.D. students with tools to address the increasing challenges in quantifying and modeling rapid changes in glaciers and ice sheets occurring in response to a warming climate and to foster collaboration among students as well as established scientists in the field of glaciology.

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AWG Activity Report: Arctic Climate and Weather Extremes: Detect, Attribution, and Future Projection

18th July 2022

AWG Activity Report: Arctic Climate and Weather Extremes: Detect, Attribution, and Future Projection

 

Arctic climate and weather extremes have more frequently been observed during recent years. They are crucial elements to alter the trajectory of Arctic climate system changes and is a central area of the WCRP Grand Challenge “Melting Ice-Global Consequences”. However, climate change studies have predominantly focused on the monthly, seasonal, or annual mean state and their long-term trends.

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