New Polar Prediction Matters Contribution – Is Alaska Prepared for Extreme Wildfires?

In the new contribution to Polar Prediction Matters – the dialogue platform for users and providers of polar weather and sea-ice forecasts – researchers working within […]
4. November 2020

Impact of Polar Observing Systems on Forecast Accuracy – Special Collection of the RMetS’ Quarterly Journal

The Royal Meteorological Society (RMetS) calls for manuscripts to contribute to a special collection in their Quarterly Journal to gather various studies on the impact of […]
11. October 2020
On Wednesday, 28 October, Irina Sandu and Francois Massonnet will hold a session entitled “How to maximize the uptake of satellite observations for high-latitude weather prediction and climate monitoring".

YOPP-APPLICATE Virtual Session on Satellite Observations for High-Latitude Numerical Weather Prediction

Addressing the major future challenges in polar research will require integrated approaches and significant collaborative efforts between scientists. To support these requirements for the science community, […]
11. September 2020
artic change 2020

Arctic Change 2020 – Call for Abstracts

From 7 to 10 December 2020, the Arctic Change Conference 2020 will take place. While usually held as a face-to-face meeting around Canada, this year’s ArcticNet […]
11. September 2020

Update – Arctic Frontiers goes Online

The 2021 edition of the Arctic Frontiers Science Conference will be organised in a new format. Taking into account concerns related to the spread of COVID-19, […]
11. September 2020
Artic Sea Ice

The Arctic Sea Ice Minimum 2020

Every year around mid-September, the sea-ice extent in the Arctic shrinks down to its annual minimum. This year, after an entire month of abnormally high melting […]
27. July 2020
The vessel PAJUTTAAT is a cargo ship built in 1979.

New Contribution to Polar Prediction Matters – Ice and Weather Forecast Software Onboard Merchant Vessels

A new contribution to Polar Prediction Matters – the Helmholtz dialogue platform for users and providers of forecast in the polar regions – is now published […]
11. June 2020
Gunilla Svensson

New Podcast Episode – Gunilla Svensson on The IcePod

A new bonus episode of the IcePod, the podcast for the Year of Polar Prediction, is now on air. In this episode, we talk with the […]