Dear colleagues and friends!
A second edition of Lower Yenisei Observation Network Workshop will take place in August 2017, as convened last summer. We are inviting you to participate in this amazing event, at once scientific and social, aboard a passenger cruise ship Aleksandr Matrosov, on its scheduled passage from Krasnoyarsk to Igarka!
Climate change in the high latitudes is amplified, as compared to temperate regions. This makes Arctic and Subarctic ecosystems a focal point for numerous research disciplines. The Yenisei is the largest Arctic river in terms of annual runoff, but it remains the least studied catchment in this region. The aim of the LYON2 workshop is to exchange our findings, share our knowledge and to federate our research efforts in the Yenisei basin.
- PYRN Russia will support young researchers during LYON2 and the ‘Arctic Hydrology and Freshwater Biogeochemistry’ summer school!
- The following joint activities are planned:
1. Icebreaker party for summer school participants – 3 August 2017
2. Best Student Performance award!
3. PYRN Round Table, bringing together young and experienced permafrost scientists – 7 August 2017
- PYRN is an international organization established under the patronage of the International Permafrost Association (IPA) fostering innovative collaboration, seeking to recruit, retain and promote future generations of permafrost researchers.
PYRN activities are hosted on the PYRN website: http://pyrn.arcticportal.org
- Important Notice!
LYON2 dates had been adjusted owing to changes in boat schedule.
- The final dates are:
1. Summer School in Krasnoyarsk –
3-4 August, 2017
2. LYON2 Workshop – 5-7 August
3. Igarka visit – 8 August
4. Departure from Igarka – 9 or 11 August
- The on-line registration had been extended until 20 April 2017. Workshop fees payment can be arranged anytime after this date; workshop details will be distributed to all registered participants.