The 44th Annual International Arctic Workshop will be held 15-16 March 2014 on the campus of the University of Colorado at Boulder. Please join our annual gathering of friendly arctic researchers.
Registration & Abstracts due
03 March 2014
Saturday All Day
Talks and posters
Sunday All Day
Talks and posters
Workshop will end by 4 pm Sun
(exact time will be posted after abstract deadline).
The Arctic Workshop is open to all interested in high-latitude environments, including the past, present, and future
Previous Workshops have included presentations on Arctic and Antarctic climate, atmospheric chemistry, environmental geochemistry, paleoenvironment, archeology, geomorphology, hydrology, glaciology, soils, ecology, oceanography, Quaternary history and more. For an example of past presentations, visit the 2013 Arctic Workshop website
The abstract deadline is 01 March. You can share your latest ideas and get valuable feedback
Unlike most meetings, you can present your very latest research. The abstract deadline is only two weeks before the Workshop! So you'll hear about entirely new studies as well as updates since AGU, GSA, and other meetings.
Obtain financial assistance to cover most of your registration, meals, and more
Assistance is available for a limited number of students from any country thanks to support from INSTAAR. Submit your abstract early; first come, first served.
Students will be provided with all the benefits of regular registration plus the following:
Mingle with friendly first-time and veteran participants in a nice location
Attendees like the Workshop so much they return again and again. And relaxed, informal interaction is fostered by the Workshop's modest size, high proportion of students, shared meals, and single-track schedule.
The Workshop will be held at the University of Colorado at Boulder. More specifically, the sessions will take place on the East Campus in the MacAllister building (INSTAAR's future home). MacAllister is located about 25 min walking distance from the Hotel and has convenient parking too.
NSF has a long tradition of supporting the Arctic Workshop.
Any opinions, findings, and conclusions or recommendations expressed on this website and in the Program & Abstracts volume are those of the author(s) and do not necessarily reflect the views of the National Science Foundation.
Institute of Arctic and Alpine Research
University of Colorado at Boulder
INSTAAR's researchers uncover and communicate processes concerning earth and environmental systems—matters that are becoming ever more urgent as changes in climate and land use are felt worldwide.
Studying erosion rates on Baffin Island. Kurt Refsnider evaluates a rock outcrop, searching for an optimal site to sample for cosmogenic radionuclide analysis to evaluate long-term erosion rates. August 2013. Photo: Matthew Kennedy (Earth Vision Trust).
The US National Science Foundation
Division of Polar Programs