Arctic Infrastructure Science Talks (2021-2022)

2021-2022: Third Thursdays, Sept-May | Online

Past Talks

17:00 GMT Mar-Oct / 18:00 GMT Nov-Feb (Time Zone Converter)

Presentation slides are posted with the speaker's permission. Go to Workshops & Meetings for other past presentations and posters.

THU 20 Jan 18:00 GMT Dmitrii Sergeev
Sergeev Institute of Environmental Geoscience RAS
Approaches to Improving the Geotechnical Monitoring of Highways in the Permafrost Regions of Russia (slides)
Donald A. (Skip) Walker
Alaska Geobotany Center, Institute of Arctic Biology, University of Alaska Fairbanks
Cumulative impacts of a gravel road and climate change in an ice-wedge polygon landscape, Prudhoe Bay, AK (slides)
THU 17 Feb 18:00 GMT Chandi Witharana
University of Connecticut

Transformation of Big Imagery into Arctic Science Ready Products

SAT 26 Mar 13:00-17:00 GMT RATIC/T-MOSAiC Community Meeting at Arctic Science Summit Week
Online / In-person, Tromsø, Norway
Agenda (PDF)
THU 21 Apr 17:00 GMT Vladislav Isaev
Geocryology Department, Moscow State University

Multi-Parameter Protocol for Geocryological Test Site: A Case Study Applied for the European North of Russia (slides)

THU 26 May 17:00 GMT Simon Zwieback
Geophysical Institute, University of Alaska Fairbanks

Remote sensing of landscape changes following the 2015 flooding of the Sagavanirktok River in Prudhoe Bay, Alaska

THU 15 Apr 17:00 GMT Oleg Anisimov
Department of Climate Change, State Hydrological Institute in St. Petersburg, Russia
Monitoring oil spill in Norilsk, Russia using satellite data (Slides)
THU 20 May 17:00 GMT Moritz Langer
Alfred Wegener Institute, Potsdam, Germany

Annett Bartsch (5 min project intro)
b.geos & Austrian Polar Research Institute, Vienna, Austria

Thawing permafrost and the potential release of toxic industrial substances in the Arctic
THU 16 Sept 17:00 GMT Annett Bartsch
b.geos & Austrian Polar Research Institute, Vienna, Austria
Expanding infrastructure and growing anthropogenic impacts along Arctic coasts (open access paper)
THU 28 Oct 17:00 GMT Thomas Schneider von Deimling
Alfred Wegener Institute, Potsdam, Germany
Risks and consequences of permafrost degradation on infrastructure (slides)
THU 18 Nov 18:00 GMT Noor Johnson
University of Colorado Boulder, National Snow and Ice Data Center, Navigating the New Arctic Community Office (NNA-CO) Social Sciences Lead
Social and technical dimensions of community data management: An overview from the ELOKA program (slides)
Magnus De Witt
School of Science and Engineering, Reykjavik University, Iceland
Availability and Feasibility of Renewables in the Arctic (slides)
THU 16 Dec 18:00 GMT No Talk  

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