Description: ArcticInfo is a moderated mailing list maintained by the Arctic Research Consortium of the United States (ARCUS). The list provides arctic researchers with timely information about funding opportunities, important events, publications, position announcements, and other useful news.
Description: Climlist is a moderated international electronic mail distribution list for climatologists and those working in closely-related fields. It is primarily intended for persons undertaking research in climatology, teaching climatology and providing services of a climatological nature. The list is used to disseminate notices regarding conferences and workshops, data availability, calls for papers, positions available etc, as well as requests for information.
Description: CRYOLIST is an international email distribution list to communicate between everyone studying and with interests in snow, ice, and all things frozen.
Description: The Paleoclimate list-server is designed to provide a forum for Internet discussions and announcements among Paleoclimatologists throughout the world. The list is primarily for use by paleoclimatic researchers and scientists to discuss paleoclimate-related research.
Description: Permalist is the distributed mailing list of the International Permafrost Association. Permalist is an unmoderated mailing list intended to communicate information between those studying and with interests in permafrost and periglacial processes.
Description: Ecological Society of America: grants, jobs, news
Description: Plankton Net Mailing List is to provide a forum for Internet discussions and announcements among planktonologists researching on ecology, taxonomy, physiology, productivity and monitoring of phytoplankton and zooplankton, in fresh, brackish and sea water throughout the world.
Description: Listserver for earth science
Description: The Earth Science Women’s Network (ESWN) connects women in the Earth sciences to promote career development, build community, provide informal mentoring and support, and facilitate professional collaborations. We would like to continue to increase participation in the future and establish more formal opportunities for our members to interact. Our goals include: launching a website, coordinating mentor relationships, and hosting workshops and get-togethers to promote successful career building for women in the Earth sciences.
Description: This server list is designed for use by members and others interested in the goals of the International Arctic Social Sciences Association (IASSA). The organization was founded in 1990 to represent Arctic social scientists in international contexts and to provide a network for social scientists working and/or living in the North. Among IASSA's objectives are efforts to ensure that social sciences research is carried out in accordance with ethical principles approved by indigenous peoples and other Northern residents. IASSA also seeks to develop and enhance educational programs that will provide northern residents and those interested in the North with information necessary to improve social, economic, and political conditions in Northern communities. Information, questions, and communications on this server list will deal broadly with issues affecting Arctic social sciences and with matters of interest to IASSA members.
Description: MARMAM is an edited e-mail discussion list which focuses on marine mammal research and conservation, run through the University of Victoria. The list was established in August 1993 specifically for marine mammal researchers and graduate students,as well as those actively involved in marine mammal conservation and management. As of August 2005 there were over 5,000 subscribers from 72 different countries. Anyone may subscribe to the list.
Description: This e-mail list serves as a forum for information exchange on polar and high latitude research. It is also used to notify people about formal and informal seminars covering the Arctic, Antarctic, or Southern Ocean.