This Week on IARPC Collaborations: Diversity & Inclusion in Arctic STEM, Indigenous Led Observing, NOAA State of the Climate Report

August 29, 2019
By Jessica Rohde

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  • Ocean acidification research in Alaska from Paula Dobbyn, Alaska Sea Grant
  • Alaska Sea Grant on ocean acidification research and monitoring from Paula Dobbyn, Alaska Sea Grant
  • State of the Climate 2018 - The Arctic from Kelley Uhlig, NOAA
  • OneNOAA Seminar: The NOAA PolarWatch Program from Kelley Uhlig, NOAA
  • Webinar "Concisely Communicating the Relevance of your Arctic Research: Elevator Pitches and 2-pagers for Policy Makers" from Jessica Rohde, IARPC
  • 2019 International Indigenous Nursing Research Summit in Australia from Dawn Morales, NIMH/NIH/HHS
  • Highlighting Arctic STEM programs in Diversity and Inclusion special issue of American Fisheries Society from Kaja Brix, NOAA/ Univ of Alaska Fairbanks/ International Arctic Research Center
  • Diversity and Inclusion Special Issue of the American Fisheries Society journal, FISHERIES from Kaja Brix, NOAA/ Univ of Alaska Fairbanks/ International Arctic Research Center
  • National Indian Health Board is Seeking Indigenous Knowledge through Key Informant Interviews for Environmental Health Project from Dawn Morales, NIMH/NIH/HHS
  • Anchorage Arctic IoNS 2019 Workshop Report (ADAC, Jason Roe, Ellee Matthews and Church Kee) from Church Kee, Arctic Domain Awareness Center
  • Nome Arctic Incidents of National Significance 2019 Workshop Report (ADAC, Jason Roe, Ellee Matthews and Church Kee) from Church Kee, Arctic Domain Awareness Center
  • Webinar "Considering Indigenous Led Observation/ Monitoring Network" from Raychelle Aluaq Daniel, U.S. Arctic Program
  • Early Career Opportunity: Call for Reviewers of the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change Report from Jessica Rohde, IARPC
  • Science Magazine article about MOSAiC from Sara Bowden, IARP
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