This Week on the Member Space: Fellowships, Funding Opportunities, Seattle Times Coverage of Arctic Change

November 7, 2019
By Jessica Rohde

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  • Permafrost Collaboration Team Meeting November 2019 from Meredith LaValley - IARPC
  • National Academies' Polar Research Board Appoints New Members from April Melvin - National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine
  • BOEM-hosted session at OSM2020: Arctic Ecosystem Presentations (San Diego, February 18) from Guillermo Auad - Bureau of Ocean Energy Management/IARPC
  • NOAA Fisheries Arctic Surveys 2019 Preliminary Findings and Results from Candace Nachman - NOAA
  • Did you see the Seattle Times Article on why are the birds and seal dying? from Amy Holman - NOAA
  • National Tribal Public Health Summit Call for Proposals and Webinar (Nov. 4th) on Skill Building for Sharing Work from Meredith LaValley - IARPC
  • Call for Abstracts for One Health, One Future Conference on the Arctic from Roberto Delgado - Office of Polar Programs
  • New Publication Examines Food Web Structure and Complexity in Arctic Coastal Plain Lakes from John Pearce - USGS Alaska Science Center
  • Fellowships for early and mid-career researchers from The International Arctic Science Committee (IASC) and the Conservation of Arctic Flora and Fauna (CAFF) Working Group from Manisha Ganeshan - Universities Space Research Association
  • Now Accepting Applications: Yale Certificate in Climate Change and Health from Kristin Timm - George Mason University
  • “National Child Traumatic Stress Initiative – Category II” Funding Opportunity from Dorothy Castille - NIH/NIMHD
  • Diversity & Inclusion Webinar Flier from Meredith LaValley - IARPC
  • Engage with IARPC: Diverse Perspectives Welcomed to Shape Next Arctic Research Plan from Meredith LaValley - IARPC
  • New data set on the seasonality of sea ice melt, retreat, advance, and freeze-up from Michael Steele - APL / University of Washington
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