IARPC Public Webinar Series: MOSAiC Expedition Overview

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October 8, 2-3pm ET / 10-11am AKT

Throughout October, IARPC Collaborations will be holding a "MOSAiC Month" focused on the Multidisciplinary drifting Observatory for the Study of Arctic Climate (MOSAiC) expedition. Led by the Alfred Wegener Institute, MOSAiC is the first year-round expedition into the central Arctic exploring the Arctic climate system. The backbone of MOSAiC is the year-round operation of R/V Polarstern, which has been drifting with the sea ice across the central Arctic with researchers setting up a distributed regional network of observational sites.

This webinar serves as an introduction and overview of the MOSAiC expedition. All are welcome to attend. Register here.


  • Zoom intro & IARPC overview (5 min)
  • MOSAiC Expedition overview (20 min)
  • Overview of MOSAiC Distributed Network and work conducted by Team Ocean (20 min)
  • Q&A (15 min)

About the IARPC Collaborations Public Webinar Series

The IARPC Collaborations Public Webinar Series aims to bring the work of the U.S. Federal Arctic research enterprise to the research community by providing opportunities to speak with Federal Program managers and learn about their programs and funding opportunities. View past webinars in the series here and watch our most recent webinar below.

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Liz Weinberg
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