You are here


Workshops arranged by ARCPATH:

  • Workshop on Ensemble Kalman Filter for sea-ice data assimilation at the Danish Meteorological Institute, 26 October 2016.
  • Workshop with stakeholders at the Danish Meteorological Institute 28 October 28 2016.

Conferences, Sessions and Meetings organised by ARCPATH:

  • 3rd Whale congress in Húsavík in June. Niels Einarsson and Marianne Rasmussen both presented here.
  • Arctic Circle conference. Niels Einarsson, Marianne Rasmussen and Astrid Ogilvie presented at the Arctic Circle conference in October in Reykjavik in two different break-out sessions.
  • Marianne Rasmussen attended the fifth join meeting between the Acoustical Society of America and the Japanese acoustical society in December 2016 in Honolulu U.S.A. with a talk.
  • Edward Huijbens presented ARCPATH and tourism issues at a conference in Akureyri in May and at an International Polar Tourism Research Network conference in Raufarhöfn, Northeast Iceland, in August 2016.
  • Meetings with high level officials at the Icelandic Ministry for the Environment and Natural Resources (Niels Einarsson).
  • Meetings with high level officials at the Icelandic Ministry of Education and Science (Niels Einarsson and Embla Eir).

Conferences organised with support from ARCPATH:

  • Edward Huijbens (SAI) planned and hosed the 5th International Polar Tourism Research Network Conference: Tourism, People and Protected Areas in Polar Wilderness held at Raufarhöfn, northeastern Iceland, 29 August - 2 September 2016. There were 50 participants.


Conference presentations (invited):

  • Counillon F. , Keenlyside, N., Wang Y., Kimmritz, M. and Bethke, I. 2016. Reanalysis and climate prediction with the Norwegian Climate Prediction Model. Invited speaker at Nansen-Zhu Summer School, Climate teleconnections and predictions, Wuhan, 14 October 2016 (NERSC contribution).
  • Counillon F, Kimmritz, M. and L. Bertino. Application, Data assimilation: a perspective from Norway. Invited speaker at Sea Ice Thickness Workshop, National Centre for Atmospheric Research (NCAR), Boulder, Colorado, 15 November 2016 (NERSC contribution).
  • Gao, Yongqi. Arctic Climate Predictions: Pathways to Resilient, Sustainable Societies (ARCPATH), Joint NCoE conference, 13-14 June 2017, Umeå, Sweden.  Invited speaker.
  • Kimmritz, M. 2016. Invited speaker at Nansen-Zhu Summer School, Climate teleconnections and predictions, Beijing, China, 10/2016 (NERSC contribution). 
  • Kimmritz, M. 2016. Invited speaker at Sea Ice Thickness Workshop at NCAR, Boulder, USA 11/2016 (NERSC contribution).
  • King, Leslie, 2017. ARCPATH synthesis, Joint NCoE conference, 13-14 June 2017, Umeå, Sweden . Invited speaker (Royal Roads University contribution).
  • Gao, Yongqi, 2017. Arctic amplification and its potential linkage with Eurasian climate. Keynote Talk at 'International Workshop on Cryospheric Change and Sustainable Development' in Lanzhou, China during August 1-2, 2017 (NERSC contribution). Agenda.
  • Yongqi Gao, Nordic Center of Excellence: Arctic Cimate Predictions: Pathways to Resilient,Sustainable Societies(ARCPATH). International 'Workshop Polar Climate Change: Driving Processes, Extreme Events, and Global Linkages', Nanjing, China, October 23-24, 2017 (NERSC contribution). Agenda.


Conference presentations:
  • Counillon, F., Keenlyside, N., Wang Y., Kimmritz, M. and Bethke, I. 2016. Reanalysis and climate prediction with the Norwegian Climate Prediction Model, Data Analysis and Modelling in Earth Sciences Workshop, Hamburg, 28 September 2016 (NERSC  contribution).
  • Counillon, F., Keenlyside, N., Kimmritz, M., Wang Y., and Bethke, I. 2016. Reanalysis and climate prediction with the Norwegian Climate Prediction Model, International Workshop on Coupled Data Assimilation, Toulouse, 20 October 2016 (NERSC contribution).
  • Einarsson, Níels. 2016. (Presenter and Session Organiser). Fishing rights and financial capitalism in the Arctic: From common property to private ownership assets. Session title: Closing the marine commons as a tool of resource governance: Inevitable developments and alternative solutions. Nordic ruralities conference, University of Akureyri, Akureyri 24 May, 2016 (SAI contribution).
  • Einarsson, Níels. 2016. Introduction, Chair, and Moderator. Panel on The Educating of Mid-Latitudinal Countries on Climate Change through Art and Science: “To See Things Differently” organized by Kerry Koepping, Arctic Arts Project. Arctic Circle Conference,  Harpa, Reykjavik, Iceland, 7-9 October, 2016 (SAI contribution).
  • Einarsson, Níels and Nielson, Alison. 2016. Fishing communities in the age of financial capitalism: From the Arctic to the Azores.  Undisciplined Environments: International Conference of the European Network of Political Ecology (ENTITLE) Stockholm, Kungliga  Tekniska Högskolan, 21 March 2016 (SAI contribution).
  • Einarsson, Níels and Ogilvie, A.E.J. 2016. Sea ice, Climate, and Resource Governance in a Northern Community: The Case of Grímsey Island, Iceland. Conference on Anthropology, Weather and Climate, British Museum, London, 28 May 2016 (SAI contribution).
  • Einarsson, Níels and Ogilvie, A.E.J. 2016. Panel on People, Policy and Adaptations to Rapid Change in the Arcticsponsored by the Institute of Arctic Studies at Dartmouth College, 4. December, discussing the role of multidisciplinary research and international  collaboration for sustainability (SAI contribution).
  • Einarsson, Níels and Vidal, Duarte. Market‐based fisheries governance, marine reserves and coastal communities: Developing  interdisciplinary empirical research. NILS Science and Sustainability Programme Conference, Universidade de Complutense, 26 May  2016 (SAI contribution).
  • Huijbens, E.H. 2016. Tourism and socio-economic development in the Arctic in times of climate change. Oral presentation to conference: Enginn er eyland: Ísland og alþjóðasamfélagið – staða og framtíð Íslendinga í samfélagi þjóðanna (No Man is an Island: The Place and Future of Icelanders in Society) Akureyri, University of Akureyri, Iceland, 19 March 2016 (SAI contribution).
  • Kimmritz, M. 2016. On sub-seasonal prediction of Arctic sea ice using multivariate assimilation of sea-ice. North Atlantic Climate  NACLIM) meeting, Exeter, 4 October 2016 (NERSC contribution).
  • Kimmritz, M. 2016. Presentation at Data Analysis and Modelling in Earth Sciences, Hamburg, Germany, September 2016 (NERSC contribution).
  • Kimmritz, M. 2016, Assimilating sea ice in Norwegian Climate Prediction Model, ARCPATH Annual Meeting, Danish Meteorological  Institute, Copenhagen. 27-28 October 2016 (NERSC contribution).
  • Kimmritz, M., Counillon, F., Gao, Y., Bethke, I., Wang, Y. and Keenlyside, N. 2016. Data assimilation of sea ice within the Norwegian  Climate Prediction Model. SNOWGLACE meeting, Bergen, 1 December 2016 (NERSC contribution).
  • Ogilvie, A.E.J. 2016. Arctic Climate Predictions: Pathways to Resilient, Sustainable Societies (ARCPATH). 46th International Arctic  Workshop: The Arctic’s new normal: Shifting environmental baselines over decades to millennia and comparisons with the Antarctic,  INSTAAR, Boulder, Colorado, 3 April 2016 (SAI contribution).
  • Ogilvie, A.E.J. 2016. A Fleet of Silver: Literary and Historical Icescapes of Iceland. Third International St Magnus Conference:  Visualising the North, The Centre for Nordic Studies (CNS) University of the Highlands and Islands, Kirkwall, Orkney, 15 April 2016 (SAI contribution).
  • Ogilvie, A.E.J., Koepping, Kerry, and Einarsson, Níels. 2016. Visualising the Arctic: Change and the New Normal. Third International  St Magnus Conference: Visualising the North, The Centre for Nordic Studies (CNS) University of the Highlands and Islands, Kirkwall, Orkney, 16 April 2016 (SAI contribution).
  • Ogilvie, A.E.J. 2016. The Summer of 1816 in Iceland. 1816: The Year Without A Summer. Royal Meteorological Society National  Meeting, Whitby Museum, Whitby, North Yorkshire, 21 May 2016 (SAI contribution).
  • Ogilvie, A.E.J. 2016. The ARCPATH project. Sigtuna HfE Workshop, Sponsored by Sigtunastiftelsen and NIES, Sigtuna, Sweden, 9-11 September 2016(SAI contribution).
  • Ogilvie, A.E.J. 2016. Seeing Things Differently in Arctic Research. Panel on The Educating of Mid-Latitudinal Countries on Climate Change through Art and Science: “To See Things Differently” organized by Kerry Koepping, Arctic Arts Project. Arctic Circle  Conference, Harpa, Reykjavik, Iceland, 7-9 October, 2016 (SAI contribution).
  • Ogilvie, A.E.J. 2016. WP 1: Arctic Linkages: Climate, Environmental Change, and Human Eco-DynamicsARCPATH Annual Meeting,  Meteorological Institute,  Copenhagen, 27-28 October, 2016. Presented by Noel Keenlyside (SAI contribution).
  • Rasmussen, M. H. 2016. Photo-Identification of Whales and Dolphins. Arctic Circle conference, Harpa, Reykjavik, Iceland, 7-9 October, 2016 (UoI contribution).
  • Rasmussen, M.H., Koblitz, J. and Stilz, P. 2016. Echolocation Behaviour of the Icelandic White-Beaked Dolphins (Lagenorhynhcus lbirostris) Now and Then, The Fifth Joint Meeting between the Acoustical Society of America and the Japanese Acoustical Society, Honolulu, USA, 28 November 2 December, 2016 (UoI contribution).

Appearances in media:

Outreach and dissemination to the public:

  • Ogilvie, A.E.J. 2016. Living in Northern Coastal Communities. Invited Outreach presentation to Boulder “Sons of Norway” group. 22 January 2016 (SAI contribution).