Created on Tuesday, 20 October 2015 19:38
Permafrost in the 21st century plenary speakers Julia Boike, Hugues Lantuit and Sarah Chadburn together with the session chair Sue Natali.
PAGE21 project was featured in a plenary session "Permafrost in the 21st century" at the 2015 Arctic Circle conference
in Reykjavik, Iceland.
The Arctic Circle is designed to increase participation in Arctic dialogue and strengthen the international focus on the future of the Arctic.
The annual Arctic Circle Assembly has become the largest international gathering discussing Arctic issues, with 1900 participants in the 2015 Assembly from over 50 countries.
The permafrost plenary session was a contribution to the discussion on the climate change drivers and future implications of permafrost thaw.
Plenary speakers were PAGE21 co-coordinators Hugues Lantuit and Julia Boike (AWI) and Sarah Chadburn (Univ. Exeter). The session was chaired by Sue Natali from Woods Hole Research Center in Massachusetts, US.