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An International Workshop on the Ice and Climate System of the Antarctic Peninsula


NSFThis project is funded by NSF OPP grant 0550099

Objective

Conduct a two-day international workshop on the ice and climate system of the Antarctic Peninsula, held on 15-16 May 2006.

Collaborators

Ted Scambos

Project Summary

This grant supported a two-day international workshop on the ice and climate system of the Antarctic Peninsula held on 15-16 May 2006. During the meeting, a group of about 55 participants discussed recent research results and possible logistical cooperation for future research during International Polar Year (IPY). NSIDC hosted the meeting at the University of Colorado. The meeting format included a series of invited keynote talks, contributed talks, and a poster session.

Related Resources

For more information, visit NSIDC's Antarctic Peninsula Climate Variability Web site.

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