AGU Fall Meeting - Arctic Coastal Changes session C007 - Submission deadline 31st July 2019

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AGU Fall Meeting - Arctic Coastal Changes session C007 - Submission deadline 31st July 2019

Anna Irrgang

Dear Arctic Coastal Researchers, 

we are excited to announce a session on Arctic coastal changes at the AGU Annual Fall Meeting in San Francisco (09-13 December 2019). We are inviting presenters to report on processes, rates, drivers and mechanisms underpinning Arctic coastal dynamics as well as reports on impacts of coastal changes on the natural and social environment. 

Session Title: Arctic coastal change: circumpolar truths and future outcomes                 

Session ID: C007

Link to Session:

Session Description: Arctic coastlines are highly vulnerable to anthropogenic and climate-driven changes. The goal of this session is to create a platform for discussing and presenting recent research on the changes in Arctic coastal dynamics from a broad interdisciplinary perspective. We invite a breadth of studies that cover topics related to Arctic coastal changes, including the driving forces, geomorphological processes, and potential impacts on ecosystem ecology, biogeochemistry, infrastructure, and social systems. Specifically, we welcome abstracts on cross-disciplinary studies at the nexus of 1) environmental variables that influence nearshore hydrological, geomorphological, ecological, and biogeochemical processes; 2) spatial and temporal variability in coastal change and key driving forces; and 3) the impacts of Arctic coastal change on nearshore ecosystem function, coastal communities, infrastructure, and hazards. We also welcome studies which utilize paleoenvironments as an analogue for current and future change as well as studies that explore new technologies and methods.

The deadline for abstract submissions is Wednesday, 31 July at 23:59 Eastern Daylight Time (EDT).

We look forward to receive your abstract!

Best regards

Anna M. Irrgang, Alfred Wegener Institute Helmholtz-Center for Polar and Marine Research, Germany

Louise M. Farquharson, University of Alaska Fairbanks, USA 

Ming Xiao, Pennsylvania State University, USA 

Craig T. Connolly, University of Texas at Austin, USA

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