Third PACES Open Science meeting, 18-20 September 2019, CICERO, Oslo, Norway
We are pleased to announce the third open science meeting of the Air Pollution in the Arctic: Climate, Environment and Societies (PACES) initiative.

Date: 18-20 September 2019 (noon Wednesday to early afternoon Friday)

Venue: CICERO Center for International Climate Research, Oslo Science Park, Oslo, Norway
(https://www.google.no/maps/place/Forskningsparken+-+Oslo+Science+Park/@59.9422009,10.7139025,17z/data=!3m1!4b1!4m5!3m4!1s0x46416de8997ccd8b:0x7584dffe476ba091!8m2!3d59.9421982!4d10.7160912?hl=no)

The goal of PACES is to foster collaborative, interdisciplinary research on Arctic air pollution and its interactions with the Earth system and human societies (https://pacesproject.org/). Through the 3rd open science meeting we aim to assess the current status of understanding of Arctic air pollution and its impacts, to discuss progress and plans linked to the PACES Working Groups, and to identify and encourage discussion about possible new collaborative research efforts.

We encourage submission of presentations and posters (titles only) across methods (modeling, observational, theoretical) and disciplines, particular from early career researchers. Remote participation will be possible, though personal attendance is of course preferable.

Registration deadline: August 25th 2019 (August 1st 2019 for participants seeking travel support).

Accommodation: Participants are kindly requested to make their own travel and accommodation arrangements.

Funding: Funding is available to support the participation of a small number of early career scientists (within 5 years of PhD excl. career breaks). Please indicate if you need support in the registration below and you will be contacted. Please note that the deadline for this request is August 1st 2019.


----------------------------- Preliminary agenda -----------------------------------------

-- Wed 18th Sep 2019 --

* Session 1: Arctic air pollutants, long-range transport and global linkages
(including Arctic climate response to mid-latitude and local anthropogenic and natural emissions, Arctic - mid latitude linkages and drivers of Arctic composition variability, Arctic warming impacts on mid-latitude air quality, processing and deposition of anthropogenic and natural (e.g. fires, dust) sources during long-range transport)

-- Thurs 19th Sep 2019 --

* Session 2: Arctic aerosol-cloud interactions
(including anthropogenic aerosols, interactions with natural cycles/aerosols, observations and quantification in models)

* Session 3: Local air pollution and high-latitude boundary layers
(including shipping, high-latitude urban and industrial sources, interactions between pollutant cycling and dynamics and impacts on local climate, ecosystems and air quality)

Posters

Workshop dinner

-- Fri 20th Sep 2019 --

* Session 4: Air pollution in the Arctic - impacts and societal perspectives (joint with PEEX and WMO GURME -sustainable Arctic cities / twin city approach, citizen science, health impacts, ecosystem impacts)

Close (@ 3 pm latest)
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