Arctic Environments

04/06/2021 10:00 am 04/20/2021 03:30 pm UTC Arctic Environments

In the module Arctic Environment part 1

  • 6 April, 10h-12h CET: Margareta Johansson, Permafrost and vegetation interaction
  • 6 April, 14h-15h30 CET: Alain Hauchecorne, Arctic atmosphere
  • 6 April, 15h45 - 17h15 CET: Luke Surl, Atmospheric Chemistry and modelling
  • 8 April, 14h-16h CET: Jean-Michel Huctin, Arctic societies: Inuit people and environmental changes
  • 8 April, 16h-17h30 CET: Ji-Woong Yang, Variability of the Arctic and Global Climates and Environments based on Ice Cores (part I)

In the module Arctic Environment part 2

  • 13 April, 14h-16h CET: Jan Borm, Writing the Arctic - travel literature about the Far North: exploration, observation, representation
  • 13 April, 16h-17h30 CET: Ji-Woong Yang, Variability of the Arctic and Global Climates and Environments based on Ice Cores (part II)
  • 14 April, 14h-15h30 CET: Alain Sarkissian, Arctic Campaigns
  • 14 April, 10h-12h CET: Sergey Khaykin, Observation in Arctic Atmospheres
  • 15 Avril, 8h30-11h30 CET: Philippe Keckhut, Trend calculations
  • 15 April, 14h-16h CET: Alexandra Lavrillier, A Siberian Indigenous Science of Climate

In the module Arctic Environment part 3

  • 20 April, 14h-15h30 CET: Alain Sarkissian, Arctic Atmospheric Dynamics

Participants will receive a certificate of attendance with the number of 20 hours for PhD formation.

Date: 04/06/2021 — 04/20/2021
Location: Online
Target Group: Master and PhD students with basic knowledge about Arctic environments (Multidisciplinary)
Host: Université Paris-Saclay

More information: here

En ligne / online
Thematic : International EUGLOH

Lectures for PhD students in the frame of their 120 hours of lectures

  • Public
    Réservé à certains publics
  • Event type
    Conférence / séminaire / webinaire
  • Conditions

    on registration Registration Deadline: 03/31/2021

  • Dates
    6 - 20 April
    10:00 am - 01:00 pm
  • Location
    En ligne / online

In the module Arctic Environment part 1

  • 6 April, 10h-12h CET: Margareta Johansson, Permafrost and vegetation interaction
  • 6 April, 14h-15h30 CET: Alain Hauchecorne, Arctic atmosphere
  • 6 April, 15h45 - 17h15 CET: Luke Surl, Atmospheric Chemistry and modelling
  • 8 April, 14h-16h CET: Jean-Michel Huctin, Arctic societies: Inuit people and environmental changes
  • 8 April, 16h-17h30 CET: Ji-Woong Yang, Variability of the Arctic and Global Climates and Environments based on Ice Cores (part I)

In the module Arctic Environment part 2

  • 13 April, 14h-16h CET: Jan Borm, Writing the Arctic - travel literature about the Far North: exploration, observation, representation
  • 13 April, 16h-17h30 CET: Ji-Woong Yang, Variability of the Arctic and Global Climates and Environments based on Ice Cores (part II)
  • 14 April, 14h-15h30 CET: Alain Sarkissian, Arctic Campaigns
  • 14 April, 10h-12h CET: Sergey Khaykin, Observation in Arctic Atmospheres
  • 15 Avril, 8h30-11h30 CET: Philippe Keckhut, Trend calculations
  • 15 April, 14h-16h CET: Alexandra Lavrillier, A Siberian Indigenous Science of Climate

In the module Arctic Environment part 3

  • 20 April, 14h-15h30 CET: Alain Sarkissian, Arctic Atmospheric Dynamics

Participants will receive a certificate of attendance with the number of 20 hours for PhD formation.

Date: 04/06/2021 — 04/20/2021
Location: Online
Target Group: Master and PhD students with basic knowledge about Arctic environments (Multidisciplinary)
Host: Université Paris-Saclay

More information: here