Arctic Science Partnership side event

The Arctic is under pressure. Climate change imposes critical challenges to its vulnerable ecosystems, communities and indigenous populations. To study the full impact of the changes in the Arctic and the mechanisms behind these changes, the Arctic Science Partnership (ASP) was established in 2012 to facilitate and integrate active scientific and academic cooperation between leading research institutions carrying out Arctic research.

The partnership brings together internationally leading researchers from a wide variety of sciences, including oceanographers, sea ice specialists, geologists, statisticians, biologists and health scientists. This collaboration promotes synergy and continuous exchange of knowledge through the integration of cutting-edge results from both fundamental and applied research, and generation of data from monitoring programs across the Arctic.

The partners are: Greenland Institute of Natural Resources, University of Manitoba, Aarhus University, University of Tromsø, University of Southern Denmark, Alfred Wegener Institute, Lund University.

Organised by the Arctic Science Partnership

For more information about this side event contact Peter Smidt Mikkelsen pemi@natur.gl

Arena Arena

Tuesday 23rd January 2018

08:00 - 10:00

Radisson Blu Hotel - Møterom 315

Add to Calendar 2018-01-23 08:00 2018-01-23 10:00 Europe/Oslo Arctic Science Partnership side event The Arctic is under pressure. Climate change imposes critical challenges to its vulnerable ecosystems, communities and indigenous populations. To study the full impact of the changes in the Arctic and the mechanisms behind these changes, the Arctic Science Partnership (ASP) was established in 2012 to facilitate and integrate active scientific and academic cooperation between leading research institutions carrying out Arctic research. The partnership brings together internationally leading researchers from a wide variety of sciences, including oceanographers, sea ice specialists, geologists, statisticians, biologists and health scientists. This collaboration promotes synergy and continuous exchange of knowledge through the integration of cutting-edge results from both fundamental and applied research, and generation of data from monitoring programs across the Arctic. The partners are: Greenland Institute of Natural Resources, University of Manitoba, Aarhus University, University of Tromsø, University of Southern Denmark, Alfred Wegener Institute, Lund University. Organised by the Arctic Science Partnership For more information about this side event contact Peter Smidt Mikkelsen pemi@natur.gl Radisson Blu Hotel - Møterom 315

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