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ANTARCTIC PENINSULA CLIMATE VARIABILITY III: Observations, Models, and Plans for IPY Research May 14 - 16, 2006 University of Colorado, Boulder. Supported by NSF Antarctic Glaciology NSIDC and CIRES and the University of Colorado. APCV: a bit of it’s history.

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ANTARCTIC PENINSULA CLIMATE VARIABILITYIII: Observations, Models, and Plans for IPY ResearchMay 14 - 16, 2006 University of Colorado, Boulder

Supported by

NSF Antarctic Glaciology

NSIDC and CIRES and the

University of Colorado


APCV: a bit of it’s history

Antarctic Peninsula Climate Variability I -

Historical and Paleo-environmental Perspectives Hamilton College, NY April, 2002

an emerging recognition that the modern warming of the AP was very unusual

Antarctic Peninsula Climate Variability I I-

History, Causes, and Impacts Scott Polar Research Institute, Cambridge UK Sept., 2004

detailed analysis of the evolving climate, ocean, and glacier dynamics

Antarctic Peninsula Climate Variability I I I-

Observations, Models, and Plans for IPY Research, NSIDC/UCB Boulder CO May, 2006

the state of research as we approach the 2007-09 International Polar Year

Meeting goals for APCV III :

• present recent research results and

identify current questions to resolve

• discuss evolving research plans for IPY

• provide a forum for student presentations

• discuss outreach, education plans for IPY

• seek possible logistical linkages among AP

national programs


Meeting structure:

• Talks are 15 or 20 minutes (Keynotes are 40 min);

• Please leave 5 minutes for questions

• Poster presentations: During breaks and Monday evening

• Please provide 1-slide .ppt or .pdf for posters -

1-minute presentations on posters at 5:25 pm today

Meeting structure:

• Climate – Ice – Paleoclimate – Oceans – Geology – Biology

• Last section: upcoming IPY proposed research and logistics


Some ‘housekeeping’ information:

• please register w/ Cindy or Betsy if you haven’t already;

• please give your .ppt or .pdf talks to Lindsay; any overheads?

• Tuesday afternoon ‘IPY proposed work’ presentations

• coffee and lunches will be served here;

• breakfasts and Monday dinner are at the Millennium;

• wireless is available here in the Stadium Club

More:

• Great walks: Boulder Creek, Pearl Street Mall;

• Dinner Tuesday: try Dushanbe Tea House

• Running in Boulder: see Terry Haran


Meeting products:

• Peer-review publications - if there is interest,

we will pursue 4-10 papers in Polar Geography

or Arctic, Antarctic, and Alpine Research

• A meeting synopsis will be published in NSIDC Notes, our newsletter

• APCV-III Website - with agenda, abstracts, presentation files

• ONE MORE PRODUCT - THE NEXT APCV

THANKS TO THE ORGANIZING COMMITTEE -

BETSY SHEFFIELD KARA PHARRIS

LINDSAY HUSTED CINDY BREKKE


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