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WP6

WP6 leader

Nathalie Sennechael has a backgroung in Physical Oceanography (doctor of the University Pierre et Marie Curie (UPMC)  and is  scientist at the MNHN -National Museum of Natural History- in Paris. Recently she has been increasingly involved in outreach activities. She is the ACCESS webmaster.

 

 WP6 co-leader

Oystein Godoy has a background in meteorology and oceanography from University of Bergen. He has been working with remote sensing techniques at the Norwegian Meteorological Institute since 1994. In recent years he has been increasingly involved in data management activities e.g. for the EU project DAMOCLES and in operational data access during IPY.

 

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 The current status of Arctic sea ice

ACCESS workshops

CROSS-SECTORAL SUMMERSCHOOL

Stockholm (Sweden), September 22-26, 2014.

The aim of the summerschool is to provide the student with an opportunity to learn about different aspects of Artic resilience with focus on Artic Climate change, as well as changes in the economic sectors of shipping , tourism, fisheries, oil and gas exploitation and governance. Experts will give insights into recent developments and present their view on the opportunities and risks connected to the changes in the climate system and associated impacts in the economic sectors.

» Click here for more information (Presentations, Students'reports).

 

Arctic Indigenous peoples and results of the ACCESS project

Paris (France), July 9-10, 2014.

The aims and objectivs of the workshop are:

To ensure as far as possible, different Indigenous Peoples views are appropriately integrated with relevant ACCESS tasks and deliverable;

To understand how the results of the ACCESS project can better help the Indigenous Peoples of the Arctic;

To ensure that the academic community's progress in the Arctic proceeds in full accord with Indigenous peoples considerations;

To ensure that ACCESS project is fully informed by the Indigenous Peoples in comleting its work and programme deliverables.

Click here for more information (Agenda, Presentations).

CROSS-SECTORAL SUMMERSCHOOL

Bremen (Germany), September 23-27, 2013.

The aim of the summerschool is to provide the students an opportunity to learn about the different aspects of Arctic climate change, changes in the environment, the economic sectors of shipping, tourism, fisheries, oil and gas exploitation as well as governance. Experts from all of these fields will give an insight into recent developments and present their view on chances and risks connected to the changes in the climate system and associated changes in the economic sectors. The students will be able to work in small groups on topics related to cross-sectoral questions in the context of Arctic climate change, economy and society. They will present their results to a group of experts and are provided with the opportunity to publish them in the ACCESS Newsletter.

Organized and hosted by the ACCESS partners Alfred Wegener Institute – Helmholtz Centre for Polar and Marine Research (AWI) and Ocean Atmosphere Systems GmbH (OASys) and co-sponsored by the Helmholtz Graduate School for Polar and Marine Research (POLMAR).

» Click here for more information (Presentations, Students'reports).

WP2-WP4 stakeholder WORKSHOP

Hamburg (Germany), September 19, 2013.

HSVA hosted the ACCESS stakeholder workshop.

 Stakeholders:

Capt. Vladimir Mikhaylichenko from Moscow; Uwe Bollwinkel, Lloyd's Register, Bremerhaven; Capt. Wolfram Guntermann, Hapag-Lloyd, Hamburg; Capt. Aleksandr Ovtsinnikov, Reederei Oldendorff, Lübeck.

» Click here for more information (Schedule, Presentations,...)

WP1 WORKSHOP ON FIELDWORK ACTIVITIES

Villefranche-sur-mer (France), November 24-25, 2011.

The aim of the workshop is to inform all the partners about fieldwork schedule within ACCESS and cooperations with external projects; to discuss logistic needs and opportunity and to consider data flow between partners, data assimilation and data archiving. More general information on the meeting...

» Click here to access interactive maps of 2012 shipborne fieldwork and 2012 airborne fieldwork.

WP1 workshop on Climate Scenarios and Climate Simulation.

Bremen (Germany), September 5-6 2011.

The idea for this workshop originates from the ACCESS kick-off meeting in Paris. The aim of the workshop is to communicate to non-climate experts a working knowledge of climate science issues that are important for their research on climate change impacts on different sectors and activities. More general informations on the meeting...

» Click here to see the workshop schedule, download scientific presentations and watch videos of the speakers.

 

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