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Franco-German Seminar: "Gateway to the Arctic"

Social sciences meet natural sciences - interdisciplinary seminar on Arctic research for young scientists.

The Franco-German seminar "Gateway to the Arctic" is an approach to bring together young scientists from different disciplines of natural and social sciences. The seminar will cover aspects of intensive exchange through a series of lectures and workshops addressing the latest research advances in various fields of Arctic research. The casual and interactive meeting format will privilege the participants, and partner institutions for networking and developing new collaborations. Looking at the two focus regions in the Arctic - Siberia and Alaska - we would like to work on how we can improve and promote interdisciplinary research activities.

Applications will be accepted until 31 JULY 2012.

 

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ACCESS partners will give two presentations:

Claire Granier (UPMC/LATMOS): "Air quality in the Arctic region"

Michael Karcher (OASys): "ACCESS - an interdisciplinary European project to assess climatic change impacts on economic sectors in the Arctic Ocean and their environmental, socio-economic and governance related implications".