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Arctic Early Career News - November 2022

Updated: Jan 19, 2023





Arctic Early Career News

USAPECS + IARPC Early Career Forum


Periodically USAPECS and the IARPC Early Career Forum will share research from, and opportunities for, early career researchers working in the polar regions. This regular round-up aims to highlight and celebrate the work being done by early career researchers in Arctic research. If you have information you would like to submit, please see the link below.


Are you or do you know an early career researcher who has recently published work related to the Arctic? We at USAPECS and the IARPC Early Career Forum want to highlight your work! Please fill out this form with any Arctic publications, webinars, posters, etc. and we will share on the IARPC Early Career Forum and with our USAPECS Twitter followers. Anyone who identifies as early career is eligible to submit! Any questions? Email usapecs@gmail.com for more information. Submit documents here: https://forms.gle/S1Gd3jpE4CtSoY6Y6



Publications:


Heather Sauyaq Jean Gordon. “Alaska Native Subsistence Rights: Taking an Anti-Racist Decolonizing Approach to Land Management and Ownership for Our Children and Generations to Come”.

Date of Publication: February 2022.

Keywords: subsistence; food security; food sovereignty; Indigenous; Alaska Native; anti-racist practice; decolonization; land management; land stewardship; futures; land back

Type: Paper

Twitter: @HeatherJ_Gordon


Ebru Caymaz. “Enhancing Industrial Development in the Russian Arctic: The Northern Latitudinal Passage”.

Date of Publication: April 2022.

Keywords: Arctic, Industrial Development in the Arctic, Arctic Infrastructure, Northern Latitudinal Passage, Russian Arctic

Type: Paper

Twitter: @phoebe_121


Zachary Labe and Elizabeth A. Barnes. “Comparison of climate model large ensembles with observations in the Arctic using simple neural networks”.

Date of Publication: July 2022.

Keywords: Climate change; Climate model evaluation; Climate patterns; Explainable AI; Large ensembles; Neural networks

Type: Paper

Twitter: @ZLabe


Naomi Ochwat and Ted Scambos, Mark Fahnestock, Sharon Stammerjohn. “Characteristics, recent evolution, and ongoing retreat of Hunt Fjord Ice Shelf, northern Greenland”.

Date of Publication: June 2022.

Keywords: Greenland ice shelf, glaciology, remote sensing

Type: Paper

Twitter: @naomi_ochwat



Opportunities:


Summer Undergraduate Arctic Research Opportunity, applications open:


Juneau Icefield Research Program: Applications open for Summer 2023


Anthropology Conference 2023 organized by the Arctic Center at the U of Lapland


The Arctic Institute is searching for Contributors! Call for Papers for Series on Arctic Collaboration:


Nominations are open for the 2023 Alaska Ocean Leadership Award: https://www.alaskasealife.org/alaska_ocean_leadership_awards


IARPC Collaborations is hosting a program chat with the NSF Navigating the New Arctic program officers on November 21: https://www.iarpccollaborations.org/events/23463


Polar Data Accessibility Webinar hosted by PSECCO, November 10: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/polar-data-accessibility-webinar-tickets-450911567637








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