The 47th Annual International Arctic Workshop will be held March 23-25 2017 at the University at Buffalo
DeadlineRegistration and abstracts due 22 FEBRUARY 2017
Theme“Polar Climate and Sea Level: Past, Present & Future”
Under this umbrella theme will be sub-themes on topics ranging from The Greenland Ice Sheet to Hazards of Polar Change to the Climate History of Baffin Bay.
Open TopicsThe Arctic Workshop is open to all interested in high-latitude environments, including the past, present, and future
Previous Workshops have included presentations on Arctic and Antarctic climate, atmospheric chemistry, environmental geochemistry, paleoenvironment, archeology, geomorphology, hydrology, glaciology, soils, ecology, oceanography, Quaternary history and more. For an example of past presentations, visit the 2016 Arctic Workshop website.
Student SupportAll students will be provided with all the benefits of the regular meeting plus a Friday Evening Student Party.
Registration for Presenting students is free. Registration for non-presenting students is discounted.
Organizing CommitteeJason Briner
Schedule22 March Wednesday Evening
23 March Thursday
Talks and posters
23 March Thursday Evening
Banquet Dinner with Keynote Talk: Eric Steig, Univ. Washington
24 March Friday
Talks and posters
25 March Saturday half day
Talks and Field Trip to Niagara Gorge
Latest ResearchThe abstract deadline is 22 February. You can share your latest ideas and get valuable feedback
Unlike most meetings, you can present your very latest research. The abstract deadline is only four weeks before the Workshop! So you'll hear about entirely new studies as well as updates since AGU, GSA, and other meetings.
Friendly CommunityMingle with friendly first-time and veteran participants in a nice location
Attendees like the Workshop so much they return again and again. And relaxed, informal interaction is fostered by the Workshop's modest size, high proportion of students, shared meals, and single-track schedule.
Sponsor and Host
The University at Buffalo
Center for Geohazards Studies
Department of Geology
College of Arts and Sciences
The RENEW Institute