ASSW2021: session "Linking marine environmental models with observations for the assessments of socio-economic impacts of Arctic change"

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ASSW2021: session "Linking marine environmental models with observations for the assessments of socio-economic impacts of Arctic change"

Rynders, Stefanie

Dear Arctic enthusiasts,

 

The call for abstracts for the science days of the Arctic Science Summit Week 2021 (24-26 March 2021, online) under the overarching topic “The Arctic: Regional Change Global Impacts” is now open. We’d like to invite you to submit an abstract to the session: “Linking marine environmental models with observations for the assessments of socio-economic impacts of Arctic change”. Abstracts can be submitted either as an oral presentation or an e-poster.

Abstract

Fast changes in the Arctic marine and terrestrial environment create a significant stress on the local societies and industries. This necessitates assessment of the impacts through utilizing comprehensive information across a wide range of the scientific disciplines. The session aims to facilitate existing and forge new interdisciplinary communications and collaborations. We invite presentations bridging the gap between marine physics and biogeochemistry on one side and social sciences and economics on the other. In particular (but not exclusively), the session welcomes the topics on marine permafrost decay, coastal erosion, ocean currents and waves, changes in landfast ice and sea ice and impacts on marine ecosystems from the industrial development, such as shipping and mineral resource exploitation. We invite submissions offering new approaches in modelling and observations to understand current and future environmental changes and their consequences for socio-economics in the region.

https://assw2021.pt/#cbp=assets/cubeportfolio/ajax-juicy-projects/B.html

 

Details on Abstracts and Programme

  • Abstract submission deadline is the 30 Nov 2020
  • The notification on abstract acceptance will be made on the 30 December 2020; the final programme in January 2021.
  • Each lead author may submit up to one oral and one e-poster presentation
  • Abstracts text is limited to 1500 characters and the title should not be longer than 150 characters.
  • Oral presentations will be of up to 12 minutes. The e-posters are to be submitted in pdf format. Detailed Guidelines will be made available in January.

 

The session is part of theme B: The Changing Arctic Ocean: Dynamics and Impacts, session ID 61.

For abstract submissions please use the following link:

 

https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLScBWoMK0f79MMqi2UUHczz4makkqez4re1-7p5DR1KfofYijQ/formResponse

 

Keep safe and well,

Stefanie, Igor and Yevgeny

 

 

 

 



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