||The New England Arctic Network (NEAN) will address links between Arctic change and the natural, social, and built systems throughout the Arctic and the North Atlantic Arctic region. NEAN combines the wealth of academic expertise in Arctic research across New England with researchers, stakeholders, and external partners concerned with environmental, economic, and social impacts, providing an ideal community for anticipating and responding to Arctic change and its impacts on the eastern coast of North America. (...click for more)|
(NEAN will be transitioning from our own calender to posting on the ARCUS calendar)
2 July 2020 (extended until 2 Aug 2020)
online survey to explore the role of the Arctic in U.S. national identity
open for applications (due May 11, 2020)
Representatives of Indigenous peoples’ organizations of the Arctic have identified priorities and actions for climate change and sustainable communities.
Susan Kaplan and Genevieve LeMoine
with Dr. Libby Bischof and Dr. Donna Cassidy
Tuesday, July 28, 2020
12:30 p.m. - 1:30 p.m.
May. 19 – 20, 2020 12:00pm – 4:45pm
A two-day workshop in the framework of Arctic Science Summit Week 2020, Akureyri, Iceland, 29-30(TBC) March 2020
Nina Kirchner, Larry Mayer, Hideaki Murayama, Niklas Eklund,
Nancy Kinner (moderator)
Tues April 9th, 4-6 pm, Huddleston Hall
The University of New Hampshire
Sponsored by the Arctic Science IntegrAtion Questi (ASIAQ)
and the School of Marine Science and Ocean Engineering (SMSOE)
Thanks for attending!!!
Click here for materials, agenda., and notes....
Workshop Report (draft) - pdf
Gray Zones in the Blue Arctic: Grappling with China's Growing Influence
Rebecca Pincus and Walter A. Berbrick