27 September: Welcome evening sponsored by APECS
Students are invited to participate in an evening social gathering. Information on time and place will be available soon. The evening is sponsored by the Association of Polar Early Career Scientists (APECS).
28 September: “Idea fertilization poster session”
Although not mandatory, students are strongly encouraged to submit a poster.
The poster theme should be related to the main workshop themes and should be focused on what the students are planning to do in the future (developing their research plan) rather than on what they have already done. The idea is to be able to discuss your plans with the lecturers and other workshop participants.
Poster abstract guidelines:
- All abstracts must be in English.
- The title of the abstract must be in all caps and must not exceed 160 characters.
- The body of the abstract must <200 words, exclusive of the title and the author affiliations.
- The abstract template is Times New Roman 11 point, single line spacing, and both margins justified.
- Everyone who submits a poster abstract will be notified via e-mail regarding poster format guidelines.
The abstract deadline is 15 July. Enquiries and abstracts should be sent (electronically) to Clara Manno'
29 September: Student panel session “The socioeconomic costs of ocean acidification”
Because of the importance of economic valuation in motivating policy change with regard to climate change issues, there is a need to enhance the dialogue between science and economics. Summing up the information gained during the workshop, students will try to formulate suggestions to improve the evaluation of economic costs resulting from ocean acidification. Dialogue and discussion will be stimulated by the presence of experts from both economics and marine science.
Students wishing participate in the panel session must register at the workshop reception by 29 September at 11:00 a.m.
Panel session chairs
Richard Bellerby (CO2 chemistry, global and regional OA, present and future scenarios). Bjerknes Center for Climate Research
Katrin Rehdanz (socioeconomics). Chair of Environmental and Resource Economics Kiel Institute for the World Economy at the Christian-Albrechts-University of Kiel