Manuscript submissions to the T-MOSAiC Special Issue of Arctic Sciences have been extended to March 2022. This extension follows the IASC ratification of the postponed deadline of the program to December 2021. More information in the file below.
Following the Covid-19 pandemic situation and the postponement of many field projects in the Arctic in 2020, the T-MOSAiC Committees decided to propose to IASC the extension of the program to December 2021. During ASSW2020 this proposal was accepted and one more year of preparation and execution is now ongoing. More information will soon be released in the T-MOSAiC March Newsletter.
Due to the recent events concerning the Covid-19 pandemic, the T-MOSAiC and Interact team decided to extend the T-MOSAiC/INTERACT Call for Stations Managers Support until September. This call will, however, have two periods of evaluation: the first one in May and the second in October. More information will be posted soon.
The School organisers have been closely monitoring the situation regarding the COVID-19 virus spread over the past 2 weeks. After extensive discussions, they decided today that unfortunately have to cancel the APECS-Nunataryuk-T-MOSAiC School 2020. The organisers consider the risk for the participants too high. As the health and safety of all of the participants has the highest priority, the organisers decided that this was the only responsible decision to make in the current situation.
The T-MOSAiC/INTERACT Call for Stations Managers Support opened today and are ready to received requests from the T-MOSAiC community. Please read carefully the disclaimer before submission and then proceed using this link. This call will be open until March 23. After submission date all submissions will be verified by the T-MOSAiC secretariat and send to INTERACT for final decision.
A 'Trans-disciplinary aspects of researching permafrost thaw: science communication, integration, monitoring, modelling and risk perception' scientific session will take place at the EGU 2020 General Assembly in Vienna. This session sponsored by T-MOSAiC will be chaired by T-MOSAiC collaborators Peter Schweitzer and Annett Bartsch. Abstracts submission closes January 15th. More information in this link.
This Wednesday 18th, an online discussing of ideas for boosting participation in Arctic infrastructure planning by indigenous communities and industry will take place via zoom. Based on this week's call, it will be decided if there seems sufficient interest to collaborate further as part of the T-MOSAiC Arctic Infrastructure Action Group, and what that collaboration might look like (a paper, a talk, workshop or another option). To join this web call at 8.00 AM Alaska time (6:00 PM Western Europe), jut follow this link.