Start Date/Time: Monday, September 15, 2014, 2:00 PM
Ending Date/Time: Wednesday, September 17, 2014, 1:00 PM
Location: Friday Harbor Labs, San Juan Island
Led by Dargan Frierson, Atmospheric Sciences.
Link to information about Friday Harbor and the Labs
Link to registration page
This years' summer institute will focus on the challenges of preparing for climate change in the presence of climate variability and uncertainty. The workshop is also a Friday Harbor Labs Centennial Symposium, and will promote interaction between diverse physical climate scientists, ecosystem scientists, health professionals, and social scientists. Bringing these groups together is essential if we want to be able to bridge disciplinary divides to better anticipate how to prepare for the challenges that climate change will bring to natural and human systems. We will focus here on systems that are most vulnerable to climate change including understanding the impacts on ecosystems already under threat from other human activities as well as the potential impacts on vulnerable human populations.
Topics for discussion include:
Carpool surveys will be available Monday, June 23. We are looking for drivers, so if you can commit to being a driver please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org. Carpool surveys will close September 8, 2014.
To fill out the survey go to: https://catalyst.uw.edu/webq/survey/esampaga/238113
You may submit an abstract for the poster session and/or speed talks (on a research topic related to the summer institute) to uwpcc.washington.edu by September 5, 2014. Speed talks may be used as an opportunity to advertise your poster, or as a stand alone presentation.
Graduate Student Discussion Sessions
These are paper discussions, to help prepare graduate students for greater understanding of the summer institute presentations and discussions. Dargan is looking for volunteers to lead the discussions, please contact him if you can help out. (email@example.com)
*Dates are tentative. Papers to be discussed TBA.
Thursday, August 21 at 2:30pm
Thursday, August 28 at 2:30pm
Thursday, September 4 at 2:30pm