We request that all participants pre-register to join PolarConnect live events. Anyone with an e-mail address can register, and registration and participation is FREE!
To register, please fill out the form below and click the “save” button at the bottom to submit your registration. Shortly thereafter, you will receive a confirmation email that we received your registration. Additional instructions on how to join the webinar will be sent out prior to the event. If you DO NOT receive an email by the day of the event, please contact us at info [at] polartrec.com.
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NOTE: As this activity is supported by US federal funding, ARCUS has made the difficult decision to temporarily pause collaborations with Russian-based organizations; individuals from Russian- or Belarus-based organizations will not be allowed to register or participate in this event at this time.
24 January 2023 Teacher Bill Henske
Topic: Live broadcast with teacher Bill Henske from McMurdo Field Station. Bill discussed the research and science behind the Dry Valleys Ecosystem Study with "Team Wormherder". You can view the archive on the PolarConnect archives webpage.
18 January 2023 Educator Elaine Krebs
Topic: In case you missed it, learn what it's like to live and work at the South Pole Station in Antarctica. Educator Elaine Krebs and team member Justin Flaherty discuss the science and research behind IceCube and The Askaryan Radio Array projects. You can view the archive on the PolarConnect archives webpage.
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