The next Polar Day will focus on Polar Oceans and occur between March 18th and 25th. The Day will include an ocean-related classroom activity translated in many languages, several live events connecting students around the world with polar researchers, and web pages filled with activities and scientific information about current ocean research.
We are currently looking for scientists involved in ocean-related research who would like to become involved in these events around the
Join in our Polar Cruise Blog coming to you from the R/V Laurence M. Gould beginning Tuesday, January 6th through approximately
For more information, check out the website, http://pal.lternet.edu/outreach/blogs/cruise/
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In light of recent developments that threaten to lead to the break-up of the Wilkins Ice Shelf, the European Space Agency (ESA) is making daily satellite images of the ice shelf available to the public via the 'Webcam' from Space web page in order to monitor the developments as they occur.
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The IPY IPO is building an ‘IPY memories’ photo gallery on ipy.org. Please join in if you would like your photos included — they don’t need to be of professional quality or of particular content, just images that reflect your experience of IPY. We are especially looking for images of IPY participants, whether at meetings, in the office or lab, or in the field.
For details of the submission process, please visit http://www.ipy.org/index.php?ipy/detail/ipy_photo_project/