XI International Conference on Permafrost (ICOP 2016)

Країна: Германія

Місто: Potsdam

Тези до: 01.12.2015

Дати: 20.06.16 — 26.06.16

Е-мейл Оргкомітету: contact@icop2016.org

Організатори: Institute Helmholtz Centre for Polar and Marine Research

 

The 11th International Conference on Permafrost (ICOP 2016) will be held in Potsdam, Germany, 20-24 June 2016. The conference aims at covering all relevant aspects of permafrost research, engineering and outreach on a global and regional level. Check out the conference trailer!

We hereby open the call for abstracts. Abstracts should be submitted online until 1 December 2015 via the external conference registration system ConfTool. For this system you have to register (as user) to be able to start with the registration for the conference (as participant), to upload abstracts, register for local excursions and field trips and other events and meetings. Payments can be carried out by bank transfer, credit card (MasterCard and VISA) and via Paypal.

    Five days of top permafrost presentations and posters
    All sessions (oral and poster) in one place
    Many social events and local excursions
    Several field trips in Europe and Yakutia
    A full program of dedicated activities for young researchers
    Opportunities for side meetings and informal discussions
    Great venue close to most of the UNESCO-listed sights of Potsdam
 


Session overview

    1. Periglacial geomorphology (co-organized by the International Association of Geomorphologists IAG)

    2. Antarctic Permafrost, Soils and Periglacial Environments (co-organized by SCAR)

    3. Ground Ice and Cryostratigraphy

    4. Arctic and Antarctic Cryosols: Frontier of Global Change and Human Action

    5. Climate Change and the Permafrost Carbon Feedback: Past, Present and Future

    6. Towards Regional Assessments of Permafrost-Atmosphere Carbon Fluxes

    7. Development of environmental datasets and their applicability to simulations of the permafrost carbon feedback

    8. Reconstructing Past Permafrost: spatial distribution and temporal changes

    9. Permafrost Mapping

    10. The Circumpolar Active Layer Monitoring (CALM) Program: Assessment, Inventory, and Prospect

    11. Thermal State of Permafrost and results from GTN-P

    12. Using open-access permafrost data – Possibilities, Challenges, Limits

    13. Palaeoenvironments in permafrost affected areas

    14. Microbial ecology of permafrost ecosystems: Drivers of nutrient cycles, functional resilience, and adaptation in the scope of a changing climate

    15. Relevance of Bio-related Permafrost and Polar research in preparation for the study of icy worlds in the solar system

    16. Planetary Permafrost and Earth Analogues

    17. The Yedoma region: Origin, records and future projections in a changing Arctic

    18. Permafrost Hydrology

    19. Groundwater systems under a changing permafrost

    20. The importance of lakes and ponds in permafrost regions

    21. Where, when, and why will the Arctic become wetter or drier?

    22. Integrating hydrology and biogeochemistry along the land-to-ocean continuum

    23. Advances in our understanding of submarine permafrost, Arctic gas hydrate deposits, and greenhouse gases in Arctic coastal waters

    24. Polar coastlines in transition

    25. Permafrost-related land surface subsidence and frost heave

    26. Integrating field and remotely sensed measurements of thaw-driven landscape change in permafrost regions

    27. Ground based and airborne geophysical, electromagnetic, and seismic applications toward mapping permafrost and identifying subsurface ice features

    28. Hazards and risks related to changing mountain, low-land and coastal permafrost

    29. New frontiers in mountain permafrost research

    30. Changing permafrost and its impacts across High Asia

    31. Frozen Ground Engineering

    32. Infrastructure Stability in Permafrost Terrain

    33. Permafrost Engineering in Mountainous Terrain

    34. Permafrost problems in mineral, oil and gas exploration and production

    35. Frozen ground properties. Field and laboratory testing

    36. Home Base Permafrost: Human livelihoods and interactions with permafrost landscape dynamics

    37. Permafrost in History, Politics, and Culture

    38. Permafrost Education and Outreach: Students, Communities, and the World

    39. Concepts and terminology in permafrost research

    40. Open session on permafrost

Веб-сторінка конференції: www.icop2016.org