Call for Abstracts: UArctic Congress 2018 session 'Connecting polar research, policy and stakeholders across scales - examples from Europe and beyond'

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Call for Abstracts: UArctic Congress 2018 session 'Connecting polar research, policy and stakeholders across scales - examples from Europe and beyond'

Nolan,  J.E. [Joseph]

Dear colleagues,

 

The Call for Abstracts for the UArctic Congress 2018 is now open. The European Polar Board (EPB, www.europeanpolarboard.org) is pleased to invite you to submit abstracts to session 5.12, which it is co-convening with EU-PolarNet (www.eu-polarnet.eu):

 

‘Connecting polar research, policy and stakeholders across scales - examples from Europe and beyond’

 

Abstracts on the broadest range of initiatives connecting polar research, policy and stakeholders at all scales are welcome, including examples from throughout the circumpolar Arctic. Submissions that provide a comparative Antarctic context are also welcome.

 

The deadline for abstract submissions is 16:00 CET, 16th March 2018.

 

Full details of the session, and information for submissions, can be found here: https://congress.uarctic.org/program/science-section/sessions/5-other/5-12-connecting-polar-research-policy-and-stakeholders-across-scales-examples-from-europe-and-beyond/.

 

The UArctic Congress 2018 will be held from 3rd to 7th September in Oulu and Helsinki, Finland.

 

Best regards,
Joseph Nolan

 

 

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Joseph E Nolan

Junior Policy Officer
European Polar Board
NWO, Laan van Nieuw Oost-Indiƫ 300
2593 CE The Hague, Netherlands

Phone: +31 (0) 703440584

Email: [hidden email]
LinkedIn:
www.linkedin.com/in/josephenolan

Twitter: @NolanJosephE

 

www.europeanpolarboard.org

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