Arctic Infrastructure Science Talks

Third Thursdays, Sept-May | Online (starting April 2021)

Join us each month for one or two 15-20 minute talks followed by questions and open discussion. The goal is to provide an informal forum for researchers to share knowledge in between major conferences. It provides an especially good opportunity for students and Early Career Researchers to present their work and get diverse, multidisciplinary feedback. The science talk series is an activity of the T-MOSAiC Arctic Infrastructure Action Group.

The meeting link will be sent in advance of the meeting to the T-MOSAiC Arctic Infrastructure Action Group email list. To join the mailing list, first send an email to the Action Group coordinator using the contact form below. You will be sent a link to sign up for the mailing list, usually within 24-48 hours.

If you would like to present a paper, project or work in progress, please use the contact form below to email the Action Group coordinator. We welcome speakers at any career stage working in the natural sciences, social sciences and engineering, as well as Indigenous knowledge holders, on topics related to infrastructure and environmental change in the Arctic. Eventually we will recruit several conveners to review requests and schedule talks.

Science Talk Schedule

17:00 GMT Mar-Oct / 18:00 GMT Nov-Feb (Time Zone Converter)

Presentation slides will be posted with the speaker's permission following the talk. Go to Workshops & Meetings for other past presentations and posters.

2021
15 Apr 17:00 GMT Oleg Anisimov
Department of Climate Change, State Hydrological Institute in St. Petersburg, Russia
Monitoring oil spill in Norilsk, Russia using satellite data (Slides)
20 May 17:00 GMT Moritz Langer
Alfred Wegener Institute, Potsdam, Germany

Annett Bartsch (5 min project intro)
b.geos & Austrian Polar Research Institute, Vienna, Austria

Thawing permafrost and the potential release of toxic industrial substances in the Arctic
16 Sept 17:00 GMT Annett Bartsch
b.geos & Austrian Polar Research Institute, Vienna, Austria
 
21 Oct 17:00 GMT Thomas Schneider von Deimling
Alfred Wegener Institute, Potsdam, Germany
Risks and consequences of permafrost degradation on infrastructure
18 Nov 18:00 GMT Noor Johnson
University of Colorado Boulder, National Snow and Ice Data Center, Navigating the New Arctic Community Office (NNA-CO) Social Sciences Lead
Community data management: Tools and methods from the Exchange for Local Knowledge of the Arctic (ELOKA)
16 Dec 18:00 GMT To be scheduled  
 

Get In Touch

  • Mailing Address

    Jana Peirce, Coordinator
    Alaska Geobotany Center
    Institute of Arctic Biology
    University of Alaska
    311 Irving
    P.O. Box 757000
    Fairbanks, Alaska
    99775 USA
  • Phone

    +1 907 474-2459