Polar and Alpine Events Calendar
To Friday 07 July 2023
The Ross Sea has been the site of extensive investigations since the earliest days of polar exploration. Three Ross Sea conferences were held in Italy in the 1990s and early 2000, providing an overview of the regional state of the art. While many features of its oceanography, ecology, physics, glaciology, geology, and biogeochemistry are known, recent advances provide new insights into its structure and function, as well as its importance on global scales. This international symposium aims to resume the traditional meeting of the scientific community studying the Ross Sea and to provide a venue for recent advances from models, observations, experiments, remote sensing and other means. It also is intended to assess information regarding climate variability and change, as well as the key mechanisms and interactions that regulate processes on a variety of spatio-temporal scales. We welcome any contribution that enriches the scientific knowledge of the Ross Sea and the understanding of the occurring multidisciplinary processes.
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