This week on the member space: Alaska Marine Science Symposium, Science Communication Workshop, Dear Colleague Letter on the National Ecological Observatory Network

January 7, 2020
By Jessica Rohde

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  • December Newsletter from the Center for Environmentally Threatened Communities, from Katie Lund - Alaska Native Tribal Health Consortium
  • ICASS X Call for abstracts extended through January 20, from Matthew Druckenmiller - University of Colorado Boulder / Study of Environmental Arctic Change / International Arctic Science Committee
  • ASSW2020 and AOS Early Bird Registration through January 8, from Matthew Druckenmiller - University of Colorado Boulder / Study of Environmental Arctic Change / International Arctic Science Committee
  • Dear Colleague Letter: Developing and Supporting the National Ecological Observatory Network (NEON) User Community, from Roberto Delgado - Office of Polar Programs
  • Science communication workshop at Alaska Marine Science Symposium, from Shane Hanlon - American Geophysical Union
  • 2020 Alaska Marine Science Symposium, from Danielle Dickson - North Pacific Research Board
  • Modeling Collaboration Sub-Team Meetings for 2020, from Meredith LaValley - IARPC
  • Arctic Data Collaboration Sub-Team Meetings for 2020, from Meredith LaValley - IARPC
  • Arctic Observing Systems Collaboration Sub-Team Meetings for 2020, from Meredith LaValley - IARPC
  • Coastal Resilience Collaboration Team Meetings for 2020, from Meredith LaValley - IARPC
  • New USGS and NOAA Publication Investigates Harmful Algal Blooms Toxins in a Large-scale Common Murre Die-off, from John Pearce - USGS Alaska Science Center
  • Terrestrial Ecosystems Collaboration Team Meetings for 2020, from Meredith LaValley - IARPC
  • Permafrost Collaboration Team Meetings for 2020, from Meredith LaValley - IARPC
  • Glaciers & Sea-level Collaboration Team Meetings for 2020, from Meredith LaValley - IARPC
  • Marine Ecosystems Collaboration Team Meetings for 2020, from Meredith LaValley - IARPC
  • Sea Ice Collaboration Team Meetings for 2020, from Meredith LaValley - IARPC
  • Atmosphere Collaboration Team Meetings for 2020, from Meredith LaValley - IARPC
  • Health & Well-being Collaboration Team Meetings for 2020, from Meredith LaValley - IARPC
  • Witness Community Highlights—December 2019, from Betsy Turner-Bogren - Arctic Research Consortium of the U.S
  • US Association of Polar Early Career Scientists (USAPECS) End of Year Survey and Call for 2020 Executive Board Members, from Chelsea Wegner - University of Maryland Center for Environmental Science
  • Addressing Suicide Research Gaps: Aggregating and Mining Existing Data Sets for Secondary Analyses (R01 Clinical Trial Not Allowed), from Dorothy Castille - NIH/NIMHD
  • Polar Technology Conference Call for Abstracts, from Lisa Guy - ARCUS
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