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  • Title: Davos Atmosphere and Cryosphere Assembly DACA-13
    Descriptive info: .. Davos Atmosphere and Cryosphere Assembly 2013.. Air, Ice & Process Interactions.. An IUGG (IAMAS & IACS) Event.. July 8-12, 2013.. Home.. Program.. Abstract Submission.. Registration-Accommodation.. News.. Location.. Organization.. Partners.. Contact Media.. 28.. 06.. 2013.. :.. Abstract Proceedings.. The abstract proceedings are online and ready for download.. 17.. 04.. DACA-13 Program.. The online program has been updated and completed.. 23.. 11.. 2012.. Schedule for the week.. The schedule for the week of 7 - 12 July is online!.. 01.. 10.. Second Circular and Call for Abstracts.. The call for abstracts for the Davos Atmosphere and Cryosphere Assembly DACA-13 has been published.. 04.. 07.. First Circular.. First Announcement for the Davos Atmosphere and Cryosphere Assembly DACA-13 Air, Ice Process Interactions.. Davos Atmosphere and Cryosphere Assembly DACA-13.. Welcome!.. The abstract proceedings are online now, as well as week's overviews, the access to the detailed program and further  ...   IAMAS.. and the International Association of Cryospheric Sciences.. IACS.. , both Associations of the International Union of Geodesy and Geophysics.. IUGG.. ,.. welcome you to the Davos Atmosphere and Cryosphere Assembly DACA-13 in Switzerland in July 2013.. The conference will bring together some 900 scientists from both fields to present and discuss the latest research in separate or joint sessions.. A large variety of topics will be covered, from ice-sheet modelling to extreme climate events, from solar UV radiation to avalanche formation and permafrost – be sure to contribute and benefit from the possibility to extend your network and meet excellent scientists from a wide range of fields.. DACA-13 will be held from July 8 – 12 in the mountain resort of Davos, where the exciting outdoors join culture, lifestyle and an invigorating climate in the middle of the magnificent alpine landscape.. 1999-2012.. Daca13.. -.. Masthead..

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  • Title: News > Abstract Proceedings
    Descriptive info: The abstract proceedings are online now, as well as a contributors' index.. All downloads can be found..

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  • Title: News > DACA-13 Program
    Descriptive info: The program has been completed, including titles and abstracts of the four key note speakers, extended registration times, session descriptions and chair persons.. Detailed program.. To check out the detailed program, create your own schedule and import it into outlook or find colleagues, abstract numbers or posters, make use of the.. iPLANNER.. Outline for the week.. The outline for the week has been updated and can be found.. Session overview.. The session overview for the week can be found..

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  • Title: News > Schedule for the week
    Descriptive info: The schedule for the week of 7 - 12 July is online! Look at it..

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  • Title: News > Call for Abstracts > Second Circular and Call for Abstracts
    Descriptive info: Air, Ice Process Interactions.. 8 – 12 July 2013, Davos, Switzerland.. The.. Associations of the.. invite the international scientific community to their joint 2013 Assembly - the DACA-13 conference - to discuss latest developments in atmospheric and cryospheric research.. DACA-13, with its overarching theme of Air, Ice Process Interactions , seeks to emphasize that many key challenges concerning global environmental change lie at the interface of these disciplines.. Therefore particular attention will be devoted to the interaction between these vulnerable components, along with a range of more discipline-oriented sessions spanning the atmospheric and cryospheric sciences.. The conference will be held in Davos in the heart of the Swiss Alps.. Program of DACA-13.. The IACS and IAMAS communities and international experts working together with DACA-13's Scientific Program Committee (SPC) have developed a cohesive and exciting program.. It features 20 symposia, many containing several topical sessions, structured into four blocks.. Detailed descriptions of the symposia and their sub-sessions plus the corresponding conveners can be viewed.. In addition to the symposia, central elements of the conference will include keynote presentations by several world-leading experts, amongst whom are Valérie Masson-Delmotte (LSCE Paris), Ronald B.. Smith (Yale) and Thomas Stocker (University of Bern), and extended poster sessions.. Also a range of scientific excursions and trips will be offered to allow participants to savour the surrounding alpine environment.. A competitive registration fee of CHF 470 has been made possible by sponsorships and institutional support.. DACA-13 in Davos, Switzerland.. DACA-13 will be held in the Swiss mountain resort of Davos, which can be reached by train  ...   MeteoSwiss (Saskia Willemse), SCNAT (Pierre Dèzes), PMOD Davos (Werner Schmutz), WSL/SLF Davos (Charles Fierz, Anja Schilling), PSI (Markus Furger), ETH Zurich (Heini Wernli, Huw Davies), EPF Lausanne/WSL/SLF Davos (Michi Lehning), and University Bern (Heinz Wanner).. Davos Congress and Destination Davos Klosters support the organization of DACA-13.. Call for abstracts.. The DACA-13 Scientific Program Committee invites the submission of abstracts on original or review work to be considered for oral or poster presentations.. program.. provides guidance on the thematic areas covered at DACA-13.. The deadline for the submission of abstracts is 31 January 2013.. Authors wishing to submit an abstract are required to pay CHF 30 author deposit by credit card.. Note that every author can only submit one abstract with oral preference.. Additional abstracts for poster presentations are welcome.. Please click.. to be transferred to the abstract submission form.. Authors who wish to apply for a travel grant, have to submit their abstract(s) until 14 December 2012 at the latest, including a short letter of motivation, a CV and their publication list.. Schedule.. Deadline for abstracts with grant application.. 14 December 2012.. Deadline for abstracts without grant application.. 31 January 2013.. Acceptance information and draft program.. 28 February 2013.. Deadline early registration.. 31 March 2013.. Conference DACA-13.. 8 -12 July 2013.. If you have any questions regarding the conference or the scientific program, please contact the Project Manager for DACA-13, Anja Schilling (.. anja.. schilling@slf.. ch.. ).. For questions related to the location, accommodation or travels, please contact the head of the Davos Congress Administration, Michèle Lagger (.. michele.. lagger@davos..

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  • Title: News > First Circular
    Descriptive info: www.. daca-13.. org.. The IAMAS IACS associations of the IUGG invite the international scientific community to the DACA-13 conference in the Swiss Alps to discuss latest developments in atmospheric and cryospheric research.. With its overall theme “Air, Ice Process Interactions”, DACA-13 recognizes that many key challenges concerning global environmental change lie at the interface of these disciplines.. Therefore, particular attention will be devoted to the interaction between these vulnerable components – in parallel to a range of more discipline-oriented sessions covering the broad spectrum of the atmospheric and cryospheric sciences.. The conference will feature a structured program, thus avoiding overlapping sessions as much as possible, which will contribute to the spirit of a small, well-organized meeting.. Central elements will be keynote presentations by world-leading experts and extended poster sessions.. In addition, a range of scientific excursions and trips into the fascinating alpine environment  ...   DACA-13 is jointly organized by IACS and IAMAS (represented by the Secretaries General, Andrew Mackintosh and Hans Volkert, respectively) and a Swiss national organizing committee with representatives from WMO (Deon Terblanche, Ghassem Asrar), MeteoSwiss (Saskia Willemse), SCNAT (Pierre Dèzes), PMOD Davos (Werner Schmutz), SLF Davos (Charles Fierz, Michi Lehning, Anja Schilling), PSI (Markus Furger), ETH Zurich (Heini Wernli, Huw Davies) and University Bern (Heinz Wanner).. Davos Congress and Destination Davos Klosters will support the organization of DACA-13.. Second circular and call for papers.. 1 October 2012.. Deadline for abstracts with grant application.. 14 December 2012.. Deadline for abstracts without grant application.. 31 January 2013.. Acceptance information and draft program.. 28 February 2013.. Deadline early registration.. 31 March 2013.. Conference DACA-13.. 8 - 12 July 2013.. Program and further details.. An overview of the program is available online (www.. org), details are currently being developed..

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  • Title: Legal issues
    Descriptive info: © DACA-13, Swiss Federal Institute for Forest, Snow and Landscape Research (WSL).. All rights reserved.. Davos Atmosphere Cryosphere Assembly DACA-2013.. c/o WSL Institute for Snow and Avalanche Research SLF.. Flüelastrasse 11.. 7208 Davos.. Switzerland.. Webmaster.. Anja Schilling.. Project Manager DACA-13.. Photo credits.. SLF: Marcia Phillips, Thomas Stucki, Martin Schneebeli, Christian Rixen.. Destination Davos Klosters, Davos Congress.. Ernst B.. Frautschi..

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  • Title: Program
    Descriptive info: DACA-13 offers a platform to discuss the latest developments in atmospheric and cryospheric research.. To plan your week, please make use of the online program and of the download section here.. Timetable.. A one-page timetable for a quick overview of the week's schedule*.. Sessions.. A one-page overview of the sessions and rooms for the whole week*.. Daily Program.. Two pages for each day to plan your session attendance*.. Online access to the full program, including abstracts, rooms, times and people involved.. Import your personal program into your calendar (constantly updated).. All abstracts, including cancelled contributions and late submissions in one PDF, sorted according to the program.. Contributors' Index.. List of participants and their task and abstract number.. Presenters' Guide.. Specifications and important information regarding your  ...   Participants.. All participants that were registered on 1 July 2013 (with email addresses).. *These documents will be part of your conference bag (hardcopy).. Public lectures.. A central element of DACA-13 will be keynote presentations by four world-leading experts, Ronald B.. Smith (Yale) Valérie Masson-Delmotte (LSCE Paris), Thomas Stocker (University of Bern) and Georg Kaser (University of Innsbruck).. These lectures will be open to the public, and will take place on Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday and Friday at 18.. 15 - 19 pm.. More information can be found here.. APECS Workshop.. Association of Polar Early Career Scientists APECS.. in cooperation with the.. International Association of Cryospheric Sciences (IACS).. is organizing a science and career development workshop before the start of the conference on 7 July.. Find more information..

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  • Title: Program > Schedule for the Week, 7-12 July 2013
    Descriptive info: Schedule for the Week, 7-12 July 2013.. The week's schedule indicates the time-slots for oral sessions as well as poster sessions, special events, breaks and starting times.. As the five meeting days offer a very full program, including four plenary sessions with highly reputed keynote speakers, an opening ceremony on Monday and a Conference Dinner on Thursday, business meetings, excursions, trips and further activities are scheduled for Sunday, 7 July and Saturday, 13  ...   Registration starts on Sunday, 7 July at 17.. 00 and will continue on Monday, 8 July from 8-12 in the morning.. Oral sessions start at 8.. 15 in the morning, lunch breaks will be 1.. 5 hours.. Extended poster sessions with coffee will be held from 14.. 45 to 16.. 15.. The keynote talks are scheduled from 18.. 15 to 19.. 00 after a break with Posters Drinks.. See the schedule as a pdf..

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  • Title: Program > SymposiaSessionsOverview
    Descriptive info: Symposia and Sessions - Details.. The following list shows all 21 symposia, each containing several sessions.. Please click on the title to find the detailed descriptions and convener names for all sessions.. A1.. From explaining the Pleistocene to projecting the Anthropocene.. A2.. Coupling processes in weather and climate.. A3.. Interannual to decadal climate variability and change.. A4.. Polar climate change and the cryosphere.. A5.. Climate change and the mountain cryosphere.. A6.. Ice sheets in a warming climate.. B1.. Data assimilation and ensemble forecasting for weather, climate and air quality.. B2.. High-impact weather, climate extremes, and extremely  ...   lightning: physical processes with regional and global impacts.. B6.. Solar ultra-violet radiation in mountainous regions.. B7.. Changing chemistry and biogeochemistry in a changing climate: Atmosphere, ocean and ice.. C1.. Atmospheres and ices in planetary systems.. C2.. Ice, clouds and climate.. C3.. Atmospheric-cryospheric chemistry and ice cores.. C4.. Snow, water, vegetation and the atmospheric boundary layer.. C5.. Changing mountain water, snow and ice resources.. C6.. Mountain snow cover and avalanches.. D1.. Economics of weather and climate risks.. D2.. A century of international cooperation in geophysics: examples from IACS and IAMAS.. Download all.. symposia and session descriptions.. (PDF,449kb)..

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  • Title: Program > PublicLectures
    Descriptive info: Public Lectures.. The public lectures, four keynote presentations by world-leading experts, are open to the public.. They take place in the Congress Centre, entry Talstrasse.. The admission is free.. How to talk about climate change, Thomas Stocker (.. biography.. Monday, 8 July 2013.. 18.. 15 - 19.. 00 hrs.. Thomas Stocker, a reputed climate scientist, shares his experiences on how to communicate complex facts about climate change to a wider audience, making use of the media.. (.. full abstract.. ) (.. presentation.. Climate and atmosphere in Greenland, Valérie Masson-Delmotte (.. Tuesday, 9 July 2013.. Ice cores and sediments – reading them does not  ...   Why mountains affect water resources, Ronald B.. Smith (.. Wednesday, 10 July 2013.. Ronald B.. Smith talks about the importance of rain and snow that falls along mountain ranges, based on the knowledge he gained in a project that compared the precipitation patterns for 68 mountains ranges all over the world.. How climate change affects the ice, Georg Kaser (.. Friday, 12 July 2013.. The frozen areas of the Earth, the cryosphere, react very sensitively to a changing climate; Georg Kaser will explain the current state of the ice, and the rapid changes that are occurring, based on his work for the IPCC..

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