Arctic Frontiers are happening in Tromsø, Norway from 30 January to 2 February. Our researchers present talks in the session:

    Modelling and monitoring challenges to maritime safety in a changing Arctic – Part 2

    where: The Edge – Margarinfabrikken 3

    when: Wednesday, 1 February, 11:00-12:30

    with talks:

    • Year-round sea ice thickness observations from CryoSat-2 and their relevance for maritime safety in the Arctic by Jack C Landy, Geoffrey Dawson, Michel Tsamados, Mitch Bushuk and Thomas Krumpen
    • Arctic sea ice monitoring using C- and L-band SAR – how multi-frequency SAR can support monitoring a changing Arctic by Truls Karlsen, Malin Johansson Johannes Lohse and Wolfgang Dierking

    And at the Nansen Legacy side event (note in person attendance only) session:

    Changing sea ice conditions in the northern Barents Sea – implications for maritime activities

    where: The Edge – Arbeidskontoret 2

    when: Tuesday 31st January, 09:00 – 10:30

    with talk:

    • Detection of oil spill from satellites in ice covered regions by Malin Johansson