Risks and Reward – New Polar Prediction Matters Contribution on Greenland Ice Sheet Melting

In her new contribution to Polar Prediction Matters, Jennifer Ross writes: “Icebergs have been of public interest since the sinking of the RMS Titanic in 1912, […]
17. April 2020

The IcePod – the Podcast about Polar Science and the People

The IcePod is a series of podcasts about polar science and the people managed and produced by Kirstin Werner and Sara Pasqualetto from the International Coordination Office of the Year of Polar Prediction (YOPP). The […]
15. April 2020
Yopp Twitter Challenge

First Arctic Targeted Observing Period this Week

We invite the polar prediction community to provide forecasts of surface temperature that will reach the Polarstern location on Sunday, 19 April, 12 UTC. Please submit your forecast on twitter @polarprediction.
11. April 2020
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The IcePod – the Podcast about Polar Science and the People

The IcePod is a series of podcasts about polar science and the people managed and produced by Kirstin Werner and Sara Pasqualetto from the International Coordination Office […]
31. March 2020

EGU2020: Sharing Geoscience Online

EGU General Assembly 2020, 3-8 May 2020; Vienna, Austria has been cancelled and is replaced with EGU2020: Sharing Geoscience Online on 3-8 May. The EGU has […]
31. March 2020

EGU2020: Sharing Geoscience Online

EGU General Assembly 2020, 3-8 May 2020; Vienna, Austria has been cancelled and is replaced with EGU2020: Sharing Geoscience Online on 3-8 May. The EGU has […]
11. March 2020

ASSW2020 Moves to Online Only

An announcement regarding the Arctic Science Summit Week 2020:  Dear Colleague, The ASSW2020 organizers, which include the Arctic Observing Summit (AOS) 2020 leadership, are extremely grateful for […]
11. March 2020

Nansen Center looking for young researcher

The Nansen Center is looking for a young researcher or postdoc to fill an open position in sea ice-atmosphere interaction with the centre’s sea-ice modelling group. […]