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Melting Greenland Is Awash in Sand
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SEARCH Program Jul 11
Watch of the Study of Environmental Land Ice Action Team testify in today's hearing "Earth’s Thermometers: Glacial and Ice Sheet Melt in a Changing" -
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SEARCH Program Jul 10
Early-bird registration rates for the Futures 2050 conference have been extended through 17 July! Register online and check out the latest updates to the conference program here:
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SEARCH Program Jul 8
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Irina Overeem Jul 2
An idea worth exploring! Very cool work in progress by
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SEARCH Program Jun 26
Only 2 weeks left for the Futures 2050 conference Early-Bird Registration rates! Check out the online program for 's great line-up of speakers and get your registration in before ticket pricing goes up here:
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SEARCH Program Jun 13
A video out from connections featuring members of the network!
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SEARCH Program Jun 4
Watch the Study of Environmental 's Science Steering Committee Chair, Dr. Marika Holland, give her IASC Medal lecture "Perspectives on Predicting From Seasons to Centuries" here:
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Ilisimatusarfik Jun 3
In case you missed today's public lecture about "Can coastal changes in Greenland create prosperity locally?" hosted by .. then don't worry, you can watch it whenever you like here:
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Brit Myers Jun 4
Important opportunity to share your for that you think merit consideration in next year’s RFP by - INPUT DUE 30 JUNE:
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SEARCH Program May 20
New article alert: "Ice sheet contributions to future sea-level rise from structured expert judgment"
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SEARCH Program May 20
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Irina Overeem May 19
Arctic Futures 2050 Conference, abstracts due tomorrow. Working on it now. A Washington DC conference bringing together scientists, Indigenous Peoples, and Policy Makers to jointly explore the knowledge needed to inform decisions.
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SEARCH Program May 16
Only 4 days to the May 20 deadline for Arctic Futures 2050 Conference poster abstracts & travel award applications. With such a great line-up of speakers you won't want to miss this opportunity to participate!
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SEARCH Program May 15
Looking for some background reading to get ready for the Arctic Futures conference? Check out this list of resources on the intersection of and :
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SEARCH Program May 15
Interested in joining the 's and budgets Interest Group? If so, fill this out by 7 June: Not sure? Learn more about the group here:
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USARC May 8
** Released today ** Report on the Goals and Objectives for Arctic Research.
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Merritt Turetsky May 8
Permafrosties, & I need your help. Please complete this poll, remembering that the Brown map is old but had expert opinion The location & volume of ground ice integrated across the permafrost region is known with:
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Merritt Turetsky May 1
Replying to @queenofpeat
A main message is that the fate of permafrost carbon depends on ground ice. Where ground ice is low, thaw means drier soils & deeper rooting zone -> happy plants. But where ground ice is high, thaw means wetter soils, unstable land, & abrupt change. See:
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Merritt Turetsky May 1
Replying to @queenofpeat
Permafrost or frozen ground can be made up of a lot of things - frozen rock, sand, soil, etc. often w/ pockets of ice mixed in. If frozen rock thaws, not much changes. But if the ground ice in permafrost melts, that's where things get crazy.
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