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.
A T-MOSAiC Opinion Editorial was published today in the journal "Advances in Polar Sciences". with the title "T-MOSAiC–A new circumpolar collaboration", the article describes the main goals of the program and invites the Arctic community to join our action groups. The article can be download here.
The Early Career Researchers (ECR) involved in T-MOSAiC are organising the 2nd Webinar to present the program and to discuss how ECR can be part of the T-MOSAiC implementation through the existent Action Groups. The webinar will be held next Wednesday (November 19) between 14:30-16:00 GMT. Anyone is invited to participate using this link.
The Early Career Researchers (ECR) involved in T-MOSAiC are organising a Webinar to present the program and to discuss how ECR can be part of the T-MOSAiC implementation through the existent Action Groups. The webinar will be held this Friday (October 25) between 14:00-15:30 GMT. Anyone in invited to participate using this link.
The EU Horizon2020-funded project Nunataryukin cooperation with the Association of Polar Early Career Scientists (APECS), both T-MOSAiC partners and our program are organizing the Nunataryuk-APECS-T-MOSAiC School 2020 on the topic of “Arctic Coastal Adaptation - Capacity building and knowledge exchange across borders” at Abisko Scientific Research Station (Abisko, Sweden) from 21 - 30 April 2020. More informations and the application form can be found here.
Prof. Warwick Vincent, T-MOSAiC Co-Chair, was interviewed by Radio Canada International this week. He had the opportunity to present our program and discuss some of the major goals of the project. The full interview can be accessed here.
Diogo Folhas, T-MOSAiC Executive Secretary, presented T-MOSAiC Implementation Plan (Action Groups) at the INTERACT Station Managers meeting in Vindeln, Sweden. The participation of T-MOSAiC aimed to invite station managers to collaborate with the program in data and sample collection and management during 2020. T-MOSAiC is very gratefull for the positive feedback received and for the future plans concerning T-MOSAiC Implementation.
João Canário, T-MOSAiC chair, presented very briefly the T-MOSAiC program at the Polar Session of the 14th International Conference on Mercury as a Global Pollutant in Krakow, Poland. The presentation included a very short description of T-MOSAiC goals and implementation and ended with the invitation to our mercury colleagues to collaborate with the related Action Groups.
A Sentinel North sponsored T-MOSAiC workshop on Arctic Microbiomes and Land-Water Processes took place last August 28th in Quebec City, Canada. Around 30 researchers at the meeting and another 20 online through Zoom discussed their work, how it relates to the respective AGs and how they can contribute to the scientific goals of T-MOSAiC. The organisers would like to acknowledge all of the participants for their contributions. The summary of all presentation can be downloaded on the Workshops Webpage.