Overview of interesting conferences, meetings and workshops

updated: 31.05.2016

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04.06.2016 09.06.2016 Polar Weather and Climate Week 2016 Online
06.06.2016 09.06.2016 4th China-Nordic Arctic Cooperation Symposium Rovaniemi, Finland
20.06.2016 24.06.2016 International Conference on Permafrost (ICOP) Potsdam, Germany
26.06.2016 01.07.2016 26th Goldschmidt Conference Yokohama, Japan
17.07.2016 22.07.2016 EuroSoil Istanbul, Turkey
25.07.2016 28.07.2016 Importance of Soil & Ecological Inventory in a Changing Climate Fairbanks, Alaska
24.08.2016 01.09.2016 EcoSummit 2016 Montpellier, France
12.09.2016 16.09.2016 2016 UArctic Congress St. Petersburg, Russia
12.09.2016 16.09.2016 The 14th International Circumpolar Remote Sensing Symposium Homer, Alaska, USA
29.09.2016 01.10.2016 Natural Resources and Integrated Coastal Areas Development in the Arctic Zone Arkhangelsk, Russia
06.10.2016 06.10.2016 A European Arctic Policy: the Role of non-Arctic Members States Madrid, Spain
24.10.2016 26.10.2016 10th Siberian Studies Conference St. Petersburg, Russia
12.02.2017 17.02.2017 The Cryosphere in a Changing Climate Wellington, New Zealand
31.03.2017 07.04.2017 Arctic Science Summit Week 2017 Prague, Czech Republic
08.06.2017 12.06.2017 ICASS IX Umeå, Sweden
15.06.2017 27.06.2017 35th SCAR Open Science Conference Davos, Switzerland
12.08.2017 17.08.2017 21st World Congress of Soil Science Rio de Janeiro, Brasil

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News

Our summer school at the Ladoga Lake has just started!!

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News from the summer expedition to the delta!

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In September 2016 our "St. Petersburg summer school" for young scientists will be supported by the DAAD "Go-East Summer Schools" programme.

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Our new bilateral Master's Program CORELIS will start with the first cohort in summer 2016!

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Great photographs from our Summer School at Lake Ladoga available on-line!

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The PhD Meeting in Gülpe was a great success!

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Late summer on Samoylov Island. Read how our six scientists are going!

Scientists from Hamburg are in the Lena River Delta.

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Impressions of the Polar day, the spring flood and the ice breakup. 

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