[pccgrads] FW: UW Polar Day, March 30th: Schedule

UW PCC uwpcc at u.washington.edu
Fri Mar 18 09:45:24 PDT 2016


Dear Colleagues, Students and Friends,

Please join us on March 30th -- the first Wednesday of Spring quarter -- for the inaugural UW Polar Day. The event starts at 9:15 at the UW Club on Stevens Way.

Come as early as 8:30 for coffee and pastries. The first 50 people also get a free lunch.

You'll hear exciting talks from some of our new (and a couple of old) faculty and students who work in the polar regions. There will be plenty of time for questions and discussion. The schedule is as follows below (subject to minor change -- check the <http://ice.uw.edu/> ice.uw.edu website for updates).

We look forward to seeing you there.

Eric Steig, Chair, Future of Ice Initiative
Monick Keo, Program Coordinator

UW Polar Day Schedule, March 30th

9:15 Eric Steig: *Introduction*

9:30 Kyle Armour, Department of Oceanography and Atmospheric Sciences
Why has the Southern Ocean cooled while the Arctic has rapidly warmed?

**10:15 Ben Fitzhugh, Department of Anthropology
A Fire in the Library: Arctic warming, coastal erosion, and the catastrophic loss of scientific and cultural understanding

**11:00 Coffee break

11:30 Heather Nicol, UW Visiting Fulbright Chair (Trent University)
The US Chairmanship of the Arctic Council

**12:15 Lunch break

1:30 Jodi Young, Department of Oceanography*
*How to be fast when you're cold. Phytoplankton physiology at high latitudes

2:15 Peter Boveng, Erica Escajeda and Irina Trukhanova
NOAA-PMEL and Applied Physics Lab*
*Life on the edge: seals, polar bears, and the future of the sea ice in the Arctic

3:00 Coffee break

3:30 Knut Christianson, Department of Earth and Space Sciences
Ice-Sheet Contribution to Sea-Level Rise: How Much, How Fast?

4:15 Sarah Myhre, Department of Oceanography*
*Mt. Baker Ski Area and the Future of Ice Initiative: Academic boundary partnerships in a future of abrupt climate change



--

Monick Keo

Program Coordinator



Canadian Studies Center

Henry M. Jackson School of International Studies

University of Washington, Seattle

Thomson Hall, Room 503
T 206-221-6374
Hours: M-W 8am-12pm and TH 8am-5pm



Quaternary Research Center & Future of Ice

University of Washington, Seattle

Johnson Hall, Room 377A

T 206-543-1166
Hours: M-W 1-5pm and F 8am-5pm





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