APECS International Online Conference 2018: “Butterfly Effect: Small Changes, Big Impact!”
Conference Date: 16 May 2018 (06:55 GMT to midnight GMT)
Event Format: Online conference (webinar)
Registration is now open for audience members to participate in the conference! It is completely free to attend from the comfort of your home or office!
How to register? Please register separately for each session of the conference you wish to attend. Once you register you will receive a unique attendance link for each of the sessions you registered for in your email inbox. Please use the attendance links to join the conference as an audience member on 16 May, 2018 and please check that you are using the correct link for each session you wish to join. Please register as early as possible but no later than 30 minutes before the session starting time in order for you to receive your attendance link via email. Sessions are limited to 100 participants each. Note that session timings are subject to change so do keep an eye on the schedule in the run-up to the conference.
- Session 1 (06:55 GMT - 08:40 GMT): Session 1 Registration Link
- Session 2 (09:40 GMT - 12:10 GMT): Session 2 Registration Link
- Session 3 (15:40 GMT - 17:10 GMT): Session 3 Registration Link
- Session 4 (22:00 GMT - 24:00 GMT): Session 4 Registration Link
This year’s theme, “Butterfly Effect: Small Changes, Big Impact!,” challenges polar scientists to communicate the impacts of changes occurring in and connected to polar and alpine regions, including their environment, local communities, science methods, and policy and education.
What to Expect: Presenters will address this topic in relation to a wide range of research, including Atmosphere and Climate, Biology, Cultural, Education, Science Communication, Geology, Environmental, Cryosphere, History, Oceanography and Policy research. Audience engagement is encouraged, with time for questions at the end of each presentation.
The detailed conference programme including all abstracts can be found on the APECS International Online Conference Website.