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 […]
11. June 2020
Thomas Jung

The IcePod with PPP Captain Thomas Jung

In the second bonus episode of the IcePod on the Targeted Observing Periods, we speak with Thomas Jung, captain and structured mind behind YOPP and PPP. […]
11. May 2020

New Sea Ice and Ocean Variables in S2S Forecast Database

In Phase II of the Subseasonal-to-Seasonal (S2S) Prediction Project, nine new ocean and sea-ice variables have been introduced to its database. Most of the S2S forecast […]
11. May 2020

Sharing Geoscience Online – Joint YOPP-APPLICATE Session at EGU2020

In response to the COVID-19 pandemic, a joint YOPP-APPLICATE live text chat took place on 8 May 2020, as part of this year’s European Geosciences Union […]