Photo: Michael Gutsche
MOSAiC Talk | Forum and live stream
International Arctic Research: United on an Ice Floe
Scientists from 20 nations have participated in the MOSAiC exhibition. Why global cooperation is required.
Temporarily closed due to the COVID-19 situation.
Photo: Michael Gutsche
Two members of the international team will be explaining why they didn’t want to miss out on this unique opportunity and why global cooperation is required if we humans are to better understand and predict the consequences of climate change for the Arctic.
About the MOSAiC Talks
In order to really understand the Arctic, you have to go there and experience it first-hand. This is particularly true for Arctic research. We’ll be making room on our stage for the scientists and organisers of the MOSAiC expedition. They’ll tell us something about the challenges they faced, the highlights of the expedition, and their personal eureka moments during the unique experience of drifting through the heart of the Arctic Ocean. Afterwards, they’ll be available to answer questions from the audience.
Venue: Forum Admission: free Registration: required Language: English
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• Please wear a mask and maintain a distance of at least 1.5m to other persons.
• Only a certain fixed number of visitors are allowed in our event rooms at any one time.
• Futurium is a wheelchair-accessible venue.
• The event is aimed at interested participants of all ages.
• An induction loop system is available.
• Spaces without seats will be available for wheelchair users.
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A cooperative event by the Alfred Wegener Institute – Helmholtz Centre for Polar and Marine Research, Futurium and the Helmholtz Association for German Research Centres.