This symposium will bring together nationally and internationally-recognized experts on arctic marine operations, environments, science, policy, law, and governance including notable speakers from the Alaska Congressional Delegation, NOAA, Navy, USCG, USARC, and other representatives from the US Arctic nations and international community.
The event offers a special opportunity to meet, interact, and share your insights about the impact of an ice-diminishing Arctic Ocean on marine transportation, resource development, oceanographic research, federal, state, local and international operations, and policy implications, and many other issues in the rapidly evolving Arctic region.
Registration is COMPLIMENTARY and REQUIRED. Historically, the Heritage Center’s 250 seat auditorium has been filled to capacity so early registration is encouraged.
To register for the symposium, please follow the link above.
Abstract deadline: 14 July 2017.
Registration deadline: 18 July 2017.
Submissions on Arctic-related topics such as marine transportation, infrastructure, security, commerce, policy, law, technology, and science are welcome. Interdisciplinary topics are encouraged.
At a minimum, posters should include author names, affiliations, contact information, and an abstract. Posters typically contain an introduction, materials and methods, results, conclusions, references, and acknowledgments.
Posters will be displayed for the duration of the symposium, and authors are encouraged to participate in a dedicated poster session on 18 July.