A novel approach to quantifying two-way influences between the Arctic and mid-latitudes in climate simulations

Field measurements as well as climate simulations depict a rise of Arctic surface temperature double of the Northern hemisphere mean temperature increase over the last 30 […]
27. February 2020

Inspiring early career researchers about the frontiers of Arctic climate research

Throughout fall 2019, the Association of Polar Early Career Scientists (APECS), the APPLICATE (Advanced Prediction in Polar regions and beyond: modelling, observing system design and LInkages associated with […]
26. February 2020

Postdoctoral and PhD positions at Stockholm University

Department of Meteorology at Stockholm University seeks qualified candidates for three positions: Postdoctoral Fellow in Arctic climate processes – Deadline for application March 15 Postdoctoral Fellow in […]
24. February 2020

EO for polar science workshop – Call for Abstracts

European Commission (EC) and European Space Agengsy (ESA) are working together to define a common scientific agenda identifying the set of grand science challenges in Polar […]
21. February 2020

Postdoctoral Position Available / Research Fellow in Physical Oceanography

The department of Arctic Geophysics at University Centre in Svalbard (UNIS) is seeking candidates for a full time, two-year position as a postdoctoral research fellow in […]
22. January 2020

APPLICATE General Assembly 2020 and 2nd Project Review

On 20-22 January 2020 the APPLICATE community met for the APPLICATE General Assembly 2020, which has been followed on 22-23 January 2020 by the Second Project […]
17. January 2020

APPLICATE represented at AGU 2019

The AGU Fall Meeting 2019, the largest international Earth and space science meeting in the world, took place in San Francisco from 9 to 13 December […]
2. December 2019

Meet an APPLICATE scientist: Ed Blockley

Ed Blockley leads the Polar Climate Group within the Met Office Hadley Centre which focuses on understanding climate change in polar regions and development of the […]