Two Canadian and two U.S. partners in INTERACT (International Network for Terrestrial Research and Monitoring in the Arctic) open a call for transnational access for European-based research groups. The access is available to the following research stations: The CEN Whapmagoostui-Kuujjuarapik Research Station and the Kluane Lake Research Station in Canada, and the University of Alaska Fairbanks Toolik Field Station and the Barrow Environmental Observatory in Alaska, U.S. The access to the Canadian stations is supported by CEN and AINA, and the access to the Alaskan stations is supported by the U.S. NSF.
The support includes access to station facilities and support for travel and freight costs. The research should be conducted in 2015.
In the context of its 25th anniversary this year, the International Arctic Science Committee (IASC) presents a comprehensive publication on its history from the planning process inÂÂÂ the late 1980s until today. The book compiles and analyzes the history and development of IASC and its initiatives and achievements. A PDF version is available atÂ http://iasc25.iasc.info. Printed copies will be presented at the ASSW 2015 in Toyama (Japan).
The publication is complemented by a short film, including interviews with those who were involved in the development of IASC. The film „IASC After 25 Years“ is now also available on the IASC History website:Â http://iasc25.iasc.info/film. If you are interested in receiving a high-resolution version please contact the IASC Secretariat.
Citizen scientists have transcribed 1,751,306 hourly weather records as of December 13th 2014.
The Committee will meet 10th-11th November in Potsdam, Germany.
The Chair of the Committee is Peter Pulsifer, NSIDC, USA (Peter.Pulsifer(at)Colorado.edu).
The Committee will meet 9th December in Ottawa, Canada.
The Chair of the Committee is Lisa Loseto (Lisa.Loseto(at)dfo-mpo.gc.ca).