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Symposium 2024 - The Cold is getting hot: Live Stream

22nd February 2024

Symposium 2024 - The Cold is getting hot: Live Stream

The Symposium 2024 will take place on February 22nd and 23rd, 2024 in person at the Oceanographic Museum of Monaco and will also be available via streaming. This year the polar symposium will bring together distinguished scientists, representatives of non-governmental organizations, holders of indigenous knowledge, and policymakers to discuss the challenges facing polar regions and their global impacts. 

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15th February 2024

IASC Activity Report: IASC AWG Steering Group Meeting, 5-6 February 2024

The steering group of the IASC Atmosphere Working Group, consisting of the chair, the two vice chairs, the past chair, and the secretary, met in Stockholm, Sweden on 5 and 6 February.  The primary goals of this meeting included: development of a formal implementation plan for the AWG, with a goal of having a draft plan in place shortly after this meeting to distribute to the broader AWG, Establishing methods to enhance participation and AWG group meeting attendance, with a goal of implementing these methods for the ASSW meeting and 2024 quarterly meetings.

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12th February 2024

IASC Award for Service – Prof. Dr. Markus Rex, Dr. Matthew Shupe and Prof. Dr. Klaus Dethloff

The Executive Committee of the International Arctic Science Committee (IASC) is delighted to present Prof. Dr. Markus Rex, Dr. Matthew Shupe and Prof. Dr. Klaus Dethloff with its Award for Service for outstanding achievements in planning and executing the unique international Arctic Ocean program Multidisciplinary drifting Observatory for the Study of Arctic Climate (MOSAiC) which is fundamental for our understanding of the Arctic and which will serve the international community with new data that was not previously possible to access.

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