Created on Wednesday, 19 November 2014 13:30
The team of PAGE21 WP 8 has just released P-DOC – the PAGE21 Data Output Catalogue.
The P – DOC is primarily addressed to the PAGE21 consortium to facilitate the exchange of data and information between and within the different work - packages.
The PAGE21 Data Output Catalogue is an aggregate form of all the PAGE21 data that are stored in other data repositories, such as GTN-P, PANGAEA or the European Flux Database.
Why didn't we just put all data in only one repository? Each of these databases has its individual advantage related to data post-processing and quality check in dependence of the particular data types.
P-DOC comprises all the different data at one place, providing DOI's, handles and other links to a broad range of datasets, reports and additional information related to the PAGE21 products.
to look up the PAGE21 Data Output Catalogue.
Created on Friday, 14 November 2014 10:08
For the past three days the PAGE21 consortium has been discussing the still outstanding issues regarding the final implementation of the project.
Going in to the final year, the partners are now preparing themselves for the final deliverables and the synthesis of the results of the three disciplines represented in the project.
The three-day assembly was a success both in terms of scientific implementation of specific tasks as well as knowledge sharing between disciplines.
Ko van Huissteden from the Free University of Amsterdam took the consortium to an excursion to Lutterzand area, which is a natural exposure along a river bank, where fluvial and eolian deposits dating from the Last Glacial Maximum to Early Holocene are exposed.
The final year of the project aims at implementing all remaining products coming out of the project ranging from international permafrost database to up to date estimates on Arctic permafrost carbon pools and their representation in international climate models.
Created on Tuesday, 11 November 2014 13:04
Tomorrow, the 12th of November 2014, the 3rd PAGE21 General Assembly will take place in Twente, The Netherlands at the conference hall of "Landgoedhotel De Wilmersberg".
During the first day, Wednesday 12 November, 16:00-19:00, a joint PAGE21 / GRENE-TEA workshop will be held. This workshop is open to all GA participants and will present selected results of projects, highlighting the complementarity nature of these two projects as well as new results, on both experimental and observation data and modeling.
Second day will focus on work packages presentations, their achievements during the past project year, milestones, deliverables, publications, other achievements.
During the 3rd PAGE21 GA, the upcoming deadlines will be discussed and their major outstanding issues.
Young scientists and their supervisors will update on the results from the field season and present the gathered data.
The conference will end on Friday, 14th of November. Click here
for the updated agenda.
Created on Wednesday, 05 November 2014 13:51
The International Association for Cryospheric Sciences (IACS) is proud to announce its 2015 Early Career Scientist Prize.
The IACS Early Career Scientist Prize is an annual cash prize of 1000 Euros awarded to a nominated early career scientist who is assessed as having published the best scientific paper on a cryospheric subject during the previous calendar year. The objective of the prize is to recognize excellence in cryospheric science by honouring and promoting someone in the early-stages of her or his career, and to draw attention to the work of IACS.
Please submit nomination packages until 13 February 2015 the latest to ecsaward.iacs (at) slf.ch with the subject line labeled as "IACS: 2015 ECS Prize". All submissions will be acknowledged. If in doubt, please contact the Chair of the Selection Committee (ian.allison (at) utas.edu.au).
The Selection Committee will announce the winner late-March 2015 and the 2015 Prize will be formally presented during the IACS Plenary Administrative Session at the XXVI IUGG General Assembly in Prague in June 2015.
Created on Tuesday, 14 October 2014 10:13
The second international Polar Climate and Environmental Change in the Last Millennium will take place in Torun, Poland 24 – 26 of August 2015.
The aim of the conference is to present scientific achievements, detect gaps in the field of the historical climatology of the area of Polar Regions based on early meteorological observations, history, dendroclimatology, paleolimnology, geophysics, geomorphology and other sources.
Conference topics include:
• Sources of paleoclimate information;
• Research methods of climatic changes in historical times;
• The climate of the area of polar regions in the last millennium and its changeability;
• Causes and effects of climate change in historical times
for more information about the conference.