This Week in the IARPC Collaborations Member Space: Funding Opportunty, Congressional Hearing, Call for Community Input

July 25, 2019
By Jessica Rohde

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  • Now Available Online: 2019 Sea Ice Outlook (SIO) July Report from Betsy Turner-Bogren, ARCUS
  • Material from congressional hearing on glacier and ice sheet melt from Twila Moon, CIRES
  • Funding Opportunity - NOAA's Climate Program Office from Renee Crain Wagner, NOAA
  • Arctic Observing Summit (AOS) 2020 Theme and Sub-themes from Roberto Delgado, NSF
  • Aerial Surveys of Arctic Marine Mammals: 41 years of ecosystem monitoring from Megan Ferguson, NOAA
  • Refining Population Estimates for breeding Spectacled Eiders in Western Alaska from John Pearce, USGS
  • Shorebird Subsistence Harvest and Indigenous Knowledge in Alaska from John Pearce, USGS
  • NOAA Assists Response to Multispecies Mortality Event Occurring in Norton Sound Region of Alaska from Amy Holman, NOAA
  • Call for Community Input White Papers and Short Statements for Arctic Observing Summit 2020 from Ravi Darwin Sankar, University of Calgary
  • High-Latitude Earth Systems session at the 2019 AGU Fall Meeting from Wilbert Weijer, Los Alamos National Lab
  • Transportation and the Built Environment in a Changing Climate: Findings from the Fourth National Climate Assessment from Kelley Uhlig, NOAA
  • NASA's MEaSUREs Greenland Ice Velocity: Selected Glacier Site Velocity Maps from InSAR from Christine Mataya, NASA
  • NSF Support to US Participants in the MOSAiC Project from Frank Rack, NSF
  • Kulana Noi'i: Research Standards that promote collaborative and mutually beneficial partnerships between researchers and local communities from Colleen Strawhacker, NSF
  • T-MOSAiC: Understanding the Terrestrial Effects of Arctic Sea Ice Decline from Miriam Jones, USGS
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