DSC Seminar Series #1 - Professor Pat Langhorne

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PJL McMurdo Sound

The importance of processes on the margins of the Antarctic sea ice cover.

We invite you to the first installation of the online DSC seminar series.

Professor Pat Langhorne has been involved in the field of sea ice research for over 30 years and is a world expert on the topic.  She has participated in more than 20 research expeditions to Antarctica and is currently the Principal Investigator on the Deep South funded core research project Targeted observation and process-informed modelling of Antarctic sea ice. 

If you are interested in knowing more about this research and how it fits into the Deep South Challenge, or its relevance to your own work and interests, join us.  There will be time for questions after the presentation.

Virtual location:

To Participate via ZOOM, ensure you have registered beforehand.

Physical locations:

NIWA Wellington: Conference Room, contact lucy.jacob@niwa.co.nz

University of Otago: Conference Room 312, Department of Physics, Science III, contact kate.turner@vuw.ac.nz

University of Canterbury: Room 411, Law Building, contact adrian.mcdonald@canterbury.ac.nz

Location

The seminar will be broadcasted online using Zoom, and can be connected to via URL, conference facilities or by telephone. Register here.

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Wed, 05/31/2017 - 12:00
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Programme type: Earth Systems Modelling and Prediction Engagement Impacts and Implications Processes and Observations Vision Mātauranga

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