Circumpolar Flux Workshop - Hyytiälä, Finland, Feb.6-9 2017

Overview
The workshop is open to all scientists interested in detailed observations of energetic, hydrological and chemical fluxes at the surface-atmosphere interface and how these may be used to understand and model the Arctic climate system. The Workshop is bringing professional and scientific experts together under research themes related to biogeochemistry, surface energy balance, atmospheric sciences, permafrost, hydrology, modeling, and remote sensing to help coordinate and synthesize polar flux data and models as an integrated systems of energy, moisture and chemical exchange. 
 
 
Logistics
For agenda information, please view the tentative .PDF attached at the bottom of the page.

The official language of the Workshop will be English.

The host of the conference is the PEEX HQ, University of Helsinki, Finland https://www.atm.helsinki.fi/peex

Key dates

Registration opens: 
September 2016
Registration deadline: 15 January 2017
Workshop dates: 
6-9 February 2017

Venue and Accomodations Information: http://www.atm.helsinki.fi/peex/index.php/venue-and-accommodation

 

Registration

Registration fee is 375 Euro and it includes transportation from Helsinki to Hyytiälä on 6.02 and back from Hyytiälä to Helsinki on 9.02; 3 nights accommodation at Hyytiälä Forest Field station (two persons room, no single accommodation), all meals, Boreal dinner on 7.02 and sauna.

For more information visit: http://www.atm.helsinki.fi/peex/index.php/registration

 

Contacts

For questions about the workshop Science Section
University of Alaska Fairbanks
Dr. Eugénie S. Euskirchenseeuskirchen@alaska.edu

NOAA/ESRL Physical Sciences Division
Dr. Sandra Starkweather,sandy.starkweather@noaa.gov

For questions on Visa support issues and other practical questions
University of Helsinki
Ms. Alla Borisova,alla.borisova@helsinki.fi

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JASC
NOAA
Permafrost carbon network