- The impact of sustainable development, economic activity and polar law on communities, governance and natural habitats.
- The use of natural, physical and social sciences to help understand the causes and effects of the changing polar climate.
- Changes to polar marine and terrestrial communities over the short and long term.
- Changes in research communities and how research is undertaken in the Polar Regions.
Inter-disciplinary sessions will be arranged based on the number and breadth of abstracts submitted.
Submission Deadline: April 15, 2009
For guidelines and more information about the Abstract Submission and the conference in general, please visit this website.