We are glad to announce that registration for the 2022 UArctic Assembly has just been opened. The 2022 meeting of the Assembly will be held June 1 to 3, 2022 in Portland, Maine, USA. Pre-Conference will be held on May 30 and 31.
High North Dialogue is an annual conference bringing together major stakeholders concerned with Arctic development. This year's topic is “Business in the Arctic – The Great Shifts". The conference takes place both online and in the Stormen Library in Bodø, Norway on April 6-7.
The Arctic Council’s Sustainable Development Working Group welcomes abstracts for papers and proposals for other diverse contributions that will form part of a COVID-19 in the Arctic Assessment Report to be published by Arctic Yearbook as a special issue that will:
Consider the unique conditions and characteristics of pandem...
Single individuals of Atlantic cod and squid occur much further north than previously expected. Scientists participating in the international MOSAiC expedition with research icebreaker Polarstern have found fish and squid in deep water in the middle of the Arctic Ocean. The results from Stockholm University, the Alfred Wegene...
In lead up to its 35th anniversary in 2025, the International Arctic Science Committee (IASC) is coordinating a multi-year planning process for the Fourth International Conference for Arctic Research Planning (ICARP).
The Interagency Arctic Research Policy Committee (IARPC) announces the upcoming webinar, Achievements of the Arctic Research Plan 2017-2021: Accomplishments in Modeling. This webinar will take place 7 March 2022, 9:00-10:00 a.m. AKST.
Researchers, health professionals and students gathered during the ICCH 2018 Copenhagen, Denmark and created the first Circumpolar Maternal and Child Health (MCH) Working Group under the auspices of the International Circumpolar Health Research Network and related to the UArctic TN in Health and Well-being in the Arctic. The...
The research vessel Aranda has returned from its annual winter monitoring cruise. The cruise investigated the current physical and chemical state of Finnish sea areas and the levels of harmful substances in the sea. Phosphorus levels were found to have increased in Finnish sea areas.
The Hokkaido Summer Institute (HSI), established in 2016, is a program that brings together world-leading researchers and faculty members to provide an educational experience to participants from across Japan and around the world.
Organizers announce their town hall, The Synoptic Arctic Survey (SAS) – Update and Upcoming Activities, taking place during the 2022 Ocean Sciences Meeting. This town hall will take place online Thursday, 24 February 2022 from 9:00 to 10:00 a.m. AKST/1:00-2:00 p.m. EST.