This week on IARPC Collaborations: Job Opening, Funding Opportunity, Resources for Partnering with Communities, New Publications

August 22, 2019
By Jessica Rohde

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  • Arctic REU and NOAA education-workforce initiative from Kaja Brix, NOAA
  • New NASA Publication: Characterizing Boreal Peatland Plant Composition and Species Diversity with Hyperspectral Remote Sensing from Michael Falkowski, NASA
  • Sediment Transport Drives Tidewater Glacier Variability from Douglas Brinkerhoff, University of Montana
  • The Melting Greenland Ice Sheet and its Sediment Flux from Irina Overeem, University of Colorado
  • Ocean Acidification researchers: consider joining the OA Information Exchange from Julianna Mullen, NERACOOS
  • Request for resources/examples on building partnerships with indigenous organizations from Morgan Seag, University of Cambridge
  • Alaska 2019 Fire Season Summary from Meredith LaValley, IARPC
  • Dynamic Modeling of Forest Ecosystem Processes and Services in North American Boreal Forests from David Lutz, Dartmouth College
  • 3rd Polar Data Forum - Call for Abstracts EXTENDED until 6 September, 2019 from Peter Pulsifer, University of Colorado/IASC-SAON Arctic Data Committee/ELOKA
  • Research Funding Opportunity on Alcohol from Dawn Morales, NIMH/NIH/HHS
  • Come Work for the National Indian Health Board! Public Health Project Associate and Public Health Project Coordinator Positions Now Open from Dawn Morales, NIMH/NIH/HHS
  • 2019 ABoVE Airborne Campaign Summary from Michael Falkowski, NASA
  • Webinar "Considering Indigenous Led Observation/ Monitoring Network" from Raychelle Aluaq Daniel, U.S. Arctic Program
  • Glaciers & Sea Level Collaboration Team Meeting from Meredith LaValley, IARPC
  • Permafrost Collaboration Team Meeting from Meredith LaValley, IARPC
  • Terrestrial Ecosystems Colaboration Team Meeting from Meredith LaValley, IARPC
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